Hi! I’m Megan and I have been teaching middle school history and English for over a decade. I am outspokenly antiracist, I read constantly, and I love to connect with other passionate educators. I have written two history books of my own, which you can learn more about on this blog. You can also find me on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and wherever cold brew is served!
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You are beautiful and a real inspiration!
Awww thank you so much, that’s so nice of you!
Hi Megan! Thanks for purchasing my product and including me on your Farewell to Manzanar review! Your blog is absolutely the cutest thing with the teaching and style tips! Feel free to contact me with other novel studies you might like to see added to my store at email@example.com
Thanks again! =]
Thank YOU for creating such great curriculum with so much heart. I will definitely keep in touch about more novel studies! 🙂
Hi! We at CommonLit loved your Top 5 Online Resources video. Would you mind if we used the clip where you talk about CommonLit? If you’re ok with it, we’d really appreciate it if you could send us the video file so we can cut it down to the CommonLit bit. Feel free to email me directly. Thank you!!
Hey Megan! Thank you for sharing your teaching journey. I am a third year teacher. I teach 5th and 6th grade social studies. I would love if you would share about exactly how you tackle lesson planning. As a new teacher I often struggle and stress quite a bit about planning. I would appreciate any tips/tricks you have.
I am writing about people who care about ethically sourced fashion, Some of the businesses I am highlighting are, Elegantees, Rooted Beauty, and The Root Collective, my friend Bethany Tran’s shoe business. I wanted to properly quote you and site your voice on the YouTube vids you have published.
That’s awesome Shawna!
I am 53 and have a crazy hope to be a person like you even though I began using English 20 months ago since I came to US as a pending undocumented refugee from China. Your video of classroom tour in Youtube is so inspiring.
Hello Megan . I have been watching your videos for a while now. You are an amazing teacher . I am studying to be a history teacher too. One of my favorite videos from your channel that I have watched was Teaching History As If Black Lives Matter. Although I am not a black student I am an Asian American,but I never really learned about Asian History except for Chinese immigrants and Japanese concentration camps. These are important but there is so much more to Asian History than China and Japan and Black History than slavery. As a future history teacher I wanna teach my students about the world and give them a unbiased view of the world. I love watching your videos. I hope I can become an amazing history teacher like you.