Megan Trow, Education Consulting

Megan Trow, Education Consulting

5.0 (4)
5 hires on Tutors.com
1 employee
11 years in business

About this tutor

A Resource for Students

Megan Trow has the experience in teaching, writing, and researching to benefit learners at all levels.  Using the best in teaching techniques to help students focus and gain confidence, and providing  dynamic instruction in reading and writing skills, Ms. Trow believes all students can benefit from her academic coaching. 

Why Megan Trow? 

  • Educational consultant for universities, companies, and organizations

  • Successful classroom teacher with 35 years experience in the U.S., Guatemala, Mexico, and Ecuador

  • Fulbright New Century Scholar 

  • Google Certified Teacher

  • Certified,  Advanced Placement Language and Composition

  • Adjunct Faculty: Chemeketa Community College, Oregon State University

  • Supervising Mentor for student teachers: University of Pittsburgh, Willamette University, Corban College, Oregon State University

  • Graduate Fellow, Oregon Writing Project at Willamette University, Salem, Oregon

  • Award-winning educator

  • International presenter of workshops on teaching writing 

  • M.A. Linguistics, U. of Pittsburgh plus graduate work in teaching composition

Ms. Trow  received certification from College Board to teach Advanced Placement English Language and Composition and serves as an education consultant for various companies and organizations. Ms. Trow has served as an online curricula developer and instructor for Salem-Keizer School District in Salem, Oregon, as well as for the College Credit Now program at Chemeketa Community College. She has  worked extensively to provide equity in education for Latino and other minority students in the U.S; and created, developed and taught numerous online courses, including college level writing courses, a multi-media communications and technology course for the Siletz Indian tribe through Oregon State University, and health and wellness courses for migrant students in collaboration with a nationally recognized health educator.

In addition, she has taught and done fieldwork  in Galápagos, Ecuador.

As a Fulbright New Century Scholar,  she received grants totaling $100,000 based on her written proposals from the U.S. State Department.  She conducted an ethnographic study of the education system in Galápagos, Ecuador during the summer of 2009.  She received a CIES grant for a conference, “Fulbright and the University as Collaborators for Capacity Building:  Sustainable Development for Galápagos, Ecuador” held August 23-25, 2010 in Galápagos utilizing the expertise of a panel of FNC Scholars and local stakeholders.  She is also a member of Professors Beyond Borders (PBB) which was initiated through the 2009-2010 Fulbright New Century Scholars cohort. 

She was selected in 2008 as one of 50 educators world wide for participation in Google Teachers Academy and is a Google Certified Teacher. A Graduate Fellow of the Oregon Writing Project at Willamette University, she has been selected to participate in projects on a regional and international level for her innovative teaching. With a background in ESL, she taught in Mexico and Guatemala as well as Ecuador.

In addition to teaching, she contracts with an international health and wellness company as a research analyst, volunteers with community gardeners at Deepwood Museum and Gardens in Salem, Oregon, and operates a non-profit, Galapagos Projects, which aids education in Galapagos, Ecuador. 

I love seeing the light come on in a student's eyes that shows that they understand!  I love seeing a student's skills develop and advance, giving them the chance to succeed in whatever they need or want to do, from passing courses and State Assessments for graduation requirements, to raising PSAT and SAT scores. 

As a career teacher, I have the experience to tackle whatever challenge a student is facing in learning effective writing.  I have worked with students with all sorts of needs, from executive functioning to confidence building. 

Let my skills help you!

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4 Reviews

5.0

  • Eric Lin

    I am a senior in high school and I have been tutoring with Megan Trow for around 6-7 years now. I am of Chinese descent as well as bilingual. Megan is very much so knowledgeable and the materials that I have worked on with her include SAT, PSAT, as well as school subjects such as economics, history, science, theory, English, and any other courses, with the exception of math. I have definitely seen how her help has greatly improved my scores. Megan has been an important figure throughout my teen years as she has provided me with tons of emotional support. She has given me many tools and techniques that I have applied in my work and in my everyday life. She is also a very flexible person and she taught me how to relax and to wake up my brain. I learned how to apply myself better through her and she helped me be able to be more confident and to wake up feeling better about myself. I may sound like I'm rambling, but the lessons I learned from my time with her have had a great impact on me. I would most definitely recommend Megan Trow for educational consulting, tutoring, and as an academic coach.

  • Charisse Zhao

    Megan is warm, loving and extremely supportive in my daughter's learning. She is patient with her frustrations, and always comes up with new ways to encourage and instill knowledge. My 9 yo bilingual child is gifted but not getting enough school instruction in writing and grammar to support her creative writing. Megan patiently works with her in incremental steps to incorporate grammar, vocabulary and storytelling without it feeling boring at all. She looks forward to her sessions every week.

  • Sean Stover

    Meagan is probably the best tutor I’ve ever had. She’s proven herself able to change her schedule at the drop of a hat, and her firm but incredibly encouraging demeanor have only ever helped me for the better.

  • Estefanía

    As a first-generation college student and daughter of farmworkers, the road to higher education seems unclear and at times, almost unreachable. Fortunately, I met Megan at the beginning of my freshman year of high school. As she learned about my background and my dream of serving my community through medicine, Megan volunteered to mentor me. As my mentor, Megan walked me through the college admission processes, edited my college admission and scholarship essays, and tutored me for the SAT exam. Hard work paid off as I obtained a full ride to Willamette University. While at college, Megan continued to mentor and support me. Not only did she taught me about different studying styles, better time management habits, but she also edited my academic statements for research internships. Additionally, thanks to her extensive connections in the community, I obtained my first research internship in the biomechanics of gerontology. Even though the road to graduation has not been easy, I will be graduating in the spring with a major in biochemistry and a double minor in biology and psychology. I recognize that this accomplishment is not only due to my hard work but also thanks to Megan's guidance and support. Throughout the years, Megan not only became my mentor and tutor but also a caring and warm friend that pushes me to become a better person every day. It is a blessing to know Megan.



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