Megan Bovée

Master of Arts in Teaching

Megan Bovée


Elementary Education, Middle School Education


Basic Mathematics, Middle School Science, Multiple Subjects

Fall Work Sample

Teaching Strengths

  • Differentiating instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners
  • Self-reflecting to improve my teaching
  • Fostering a safe, respectful environment that embraces diversity and allows for collaborative learning
  • Defining clear expectations for both my students and myself, and then sustaining those expectations
  • Organizing, designing and planning lessons that are based on state standards and best practices
  • Providing valuable feedback about student academics to students and their families
  • Integrating literacy across the curriculum
  • Collaborating, planning and communicating with colleagues


  • Willamette University, BA 2010
  • Willamette University, MAT 2012

Teacher Research Topic

How can I identify what motivates my 5th grade students? I chose this topic because if I know what motivates my students, I may be able to find ways to motivate them further. I may be able to balance intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in the classroom. As a result, I will be able to more effectively meet my students’ learning needs through differentiated instruction.


Student Teaching

  • Deer Creek Elementary School, Tigard Tualatin School District, 5th grade

Practicum Teaching

  • Twality Middle School, Tigard Tualatin School District, 6th grade math

Other Classroom / Youth Experience

  • School test coordinator (OAKS tests), Waldo Middle School, Salem Keizer Public Schools, March 2011–June 2011. Supervisor: Principal Tricia Nelson
  • AVID tutor, Waldo Middle School and North Salem High School, Salem Keizer Public Schools, October 2010–April 2011. Supervisor: Letty Brown, Waldo Middle School


Student Teaching Supervisor

  • Paul Vaternick, Deer Creek Elementary School, Tigard, Oregon

Practicum Supervisor

University Supervisor