Demekia Biscoe

Innovative Learning Manager


Ed. D K-12 Educational Leadership, Dallas Baptist University

M. Ed Educational Leadership, Lamar University

B.S. Microbiology, Stephen F. Austin State University

Dr. Biscoe brings over 3 years of public education administration experience to her role as Innovative Learning Manager for BRIT and the FWBG.  Her primary role is to facilitate programs that provide environmental-STEM(e-STEM) enrichment activities for traditionally underserved student populations. Her work includes the management of the Green Revolution initiative; programing targeted to build e-STEM career awareness and literacy in 6-12 grade students. Dr. Biscoe assists in the facilitation of professional development programming for educators building knowledge in e-STEM teaching practices.  

Demekia has 15 years of classroom experience teaching science in Dallas ISD, Grand Prairie ISD, Irving ISD, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD. Demekia has served as a curriculum writer creating innovative Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) based lessons for science classrooms in Irving ISD. She has led various professional developments include topics such as best teaching practices for classroom management while incorporating inquiry-based learning and project-based learning.

Dr. Biscoe while completing her doctorate in Educational Leadership published her treatise researched titled Science Teachers Self-Efficacy in Texas k-8 STEM Education Programs and Schools. Dr. Biscoe continues her dedication to the advancement of STEM education in with her role at BRIT and the FWBG. Demekia is a member of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT).