About Megan

Megan Martin is a secondary Instructional Coach in Dallas, Texas. She has an enthusiastic passion for helping teachers create meaningful and memorable lessons and experiences in their classrooms. Megan began her career in education at the elementary level teaching 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grades. Working with educators has always been close to Megan's heart, and she is thrilled to be able to support teachers in a leadership capacity each day. After earning her Master's in Educational Leadership, Megan moved to a coaching role as a Reading Specialist at the elementary level and is currently able to draw on those experience to help drive instruction for her 7th and 8th grade teachers and students. She has provided professional development across the country and enjoys leading trainings at her school and throughout her district! She is passionate about designing purposeful curriculum and content and strives to ignite a love for learning in all students. Follow along with Megan on social media at @mrsmartinyall!

Session Presentation

Title: A Whole New World of Teaching

As coaches and building leaders, we often find ourselves working with some of the most important staff members in our buildings... NEW TEACHERS! These educators are embarking on a journey where they need to feel supported, loved, and heard. With this session and a little bit of pixie dust, you’ll leave feeling ready to work with these new teachers in order to help them develop skills they need to be there for your students! Our Disney-themed session will break down three core areas to focus on as we support these new teachers. Take a note from Woody and Buzz in “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” and set up a mentor program for your new teachers! Look at “The Bare Necessities” with your new teachers as you lead them through timely monthly professional development and self-care sessions. “Go the Distance” with your motivational support and organizational skills as you keep yourself prepared to lead and guide at all times! Our new teachers are such a valuable part of our campuses, and they need all the love they can get during “A Whole New World” of teaching!