Debbie Moore has been a CTE professional for over 20 years and is currently a marketing/DECA advisor at Mountain Ridge High School. Ms. Moore assists with the FIRST Robotics program on the campus and oversees the National Academy Foundation Academy of Entrepreneurship at Mountain Ridge. Her students have created 7 student businesses in the two years of existence. Her students recently won SAP student innovators of the year. The students will be traveling to New York City to meet with Shark Tank and SAP executives. She is also the National Marketing Education President.
Moore taught marketing education at Raymond S. Kellis High School in Glendale, Arizona, where she helped found the marketing program and was the first to teach the advanced marketing and the Sports Marketing courses. In addition, she has brought the National Academy Foundation’s Academy of Hospitality & Tourism to the school. Her students have participated in multiple community service projects and won the $25,000 National Lead2Feed contest. Her students were one of the 5 grand prize winners and started their entrepreneurship journey while still in high school and now run a non-profit!
She was the recipient of ACTE’s New Teacher of the Year Award in 2004 and the ACTE Outstanding Teacher in Community Service Award in 2011, the Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education, and the National Marketing Association New Teacher of the year in 2004. Her students have won numerous awards in public speaking, DECA, and other competitions.
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Creating an environment that encourages inclusion students to feel welcome and confident in a general education classroom
with Jemelleh Coes
Jemelleh Coes, Georgia’s 2014 Teacher of the Year, shares how she creates an environment that encourages inclusion students to feel welcome and confident in a general education classroom.
with Debbie Moore
Debbie Moore shares how she integrates a career portfolio during the first days of the school year to establish her safe and engaging career-focused classroom.