Educational Products/Workshop Developer (July 2000-present) Program and Instructional Facilitator, Inglewood Unified Title I Coordnator Hudnall Elementary (July 2011--present) Literacy Coach, Inglewood Unified School District Bennett-Kew School (July 2000-June 2011) Literacy and Instructional Coach Trainer and Professional Developer: Sacramento County Office of Education (April 2000-August 2008) Second Grade Teacher Inglewood Unified School District Bennett-Kew School (July 1997- June 2000)
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Faux's method of teaching multiplication was featured on the front page of the WAVE newspaper.
MA, Educational Administration California State University Dominguez Hills (May 2002) BA Social Welfare, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California (May 1995) CREDENTIALS Preliminary Administrative Credential (May 2002) Professional Clear Subject Credential with CLAD emphasis (December 1999)
Educator, entrepreneur and songwriter, Megan Faux, has served as an outstanding educator for 21 years. She spent her first four years teaching second grade and a significant portion of her career serving as a Literacy & Instructional Coach. Now she is serving in a quasi-administrative capacity, as a Program and Instructional Facilitator. While teaching second grade, Faux used a special method to teach multiplication. The skip counting method, which was featured on the front page of The Wave newspaper, allowed students to multiply and divide with ease. Faux is very passionate about the effectiveness of this method. In her spare time, Faux takes every opportunity to share this method with any individual who works with children. Faux is a graduate of UC Berkeley and a lifelong learner.
English Language Arts, Reading, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Basic Operations, Arts & Music, Music, Vocal Music, EFL - ESL - ELD, ELA Test Prep, Writing, Oral Communication, Reading Strategies, Tools for Common Core, Informational Text, Test Preparation, Classroom Community