About the Teacher

My name is Megan, I teach first grade in an inner city inclusion classroom. Our school serves a population of 85% free or reduced lunch, with a higher special needs population than the district average. Marking the school as “Highest Need, Highest Poverty.”

I began my journey into Urban Education as a high school student, working closely with teachers and students in a neighboring city. I went on to get my Bachelor’s and Master’s in Urban Education, with a specialization in English as a Second Language. Throughout my years of education, I have worked in classrooms with students as young as toddlers potty training, and as old as adults working towards their GED. 

I am currently pursuing an advance degree certification in Mind, Brain, and Teaching at Johns Hopkins University. I'm very interested in exploring how cognitive development and neuroscience can help inform the field of education, especially in areas of high need. 

The goal of this website is to provide free and easy to use resources for teachers of all students. You will notice some of my resources are for kiddos with unique needs, while others are just for the fun of learning! I love to teach teachers how to make their own things, so feel free to reach out to me with any questions!