Megan Clawson is a Faculty Developer in the Koehler Center for Instruction, Innovation, and Engagement. Megan works collaboratively with the TCU community to support and enhance the teaching and learning experience. She is responsible for providing pedagogical support, and for designing and implementing faculty development opportunities. Megan develops and leads workshops, and she conducts classroom observations, mid-semester analysis polls (MAPs), and individual consultations. Megan is also a member of the training and support team for the university adopted LMS, TCU Online.
Megan began teaching in 2003, and has since served in a variety of educational roles and settings in both K-12 and higher education. Prior to joining the Koehler Center in July of 2016, Megan worked as a Science Curriculum Specialist in Fort Worth ISD, and as an Assistant Course Coordinator in the Center for Life Sciences Education at The Ohio State University. Megan received her bachelor’s degree from TCU and holds a master’s degree in STEM Education from The Ohio State University. She is currenlty a doctoral student in TCU’s College of Education.