Megan is a veteran teacher with classroom experiences ranging from public to private schools, and grades 1 through 7. She has created authentic learning experiences for students and recognizes the importance technology plays in students learning process. Megan strives to provide students with the skills necessary to become self-motivated learners and collaborators. In addition to her role as teacher, Megan serves as a mentor for teachers, facilitating the development of skills necessary to teach in new learning environments. Through the creation of a professional development plan for teachers, she strives to unite theory and practice during the transition into flexible classroom spaces and facilitates curriculum planning and collaboration among teachers and administrators.
Megan has a B.A. in Business administration from the University of Florida, and a M.A. in Teaching from the University of South Florida. She served as teacher-leader for the NSF funded Great American Biotic Interchange Research Experience for Teachers (GABI-RET) and Morphosource collaborating with scientists and educators from around the country.