Megan is an experienced and bilingual teacher of both children and adults, specialising in students with English as a second language. Megan has over 6 years of experience, having spent 4 years teaching in one of Colombia’s best bilingual schools. In this role, Megan taught a range of international GCSE subjects, including English, World Literature, Social Studies and Global Perspectives for students aged 11-18 years old. Megan is accredited from the British Council and with Cambridge International Education in Content and language integrated learning (CLIL) and was the first teacher of Global Perspectives IGCSE in Colombia.
Megan’s most relevant tutoring experience was working for 5 months as a ‘live in’ private tutor for a family in Kazakhstan. In this role, Megan designed an intense program (science, non-verbal reasoning, English language and literature) to support the students in their 13+ exams to top UK private schools. Megan built up a strong rapport with the students, teaching up to 8 hours a day, and now has a solid understanding of the demands of KS3 national curriculum (including 11+) and entry into top private schools in the UK. Megan additionally was involved in interview techniques and training. Most recently, Megan as prepped a trilingual student for his 11+.
Megan has good interpersonal skills and enjoys making lessons interactive and thought provoking. Specifically Megan is interested in the humanities and politics, having spent 4 years training students for the Model United Nation (MUN) and holding a BA in Politics and Philosophy and MSc from King’s College London. Alongside tutoring, Megan is also involved in international NGOs and since 2015, has worked on international projects focused on youth, engineering and poverty alleviation across the world. Megan has also volunteered teaching english to migrant children for 2 years and enjoys sculpture, travel, film and reading.