Featured Teacher:
Megan Cox

September 28th, 2018



Each month we share the stories of dynamic educators who are using MasteryConnect in innovative ways to help students be their best! Follow along with our Featured Teacher series and get to know other teachers in the MC community.

Megan Cox teachers at Blackridge Elementary in the Greater Salt Lake City area. A nine-year teaching veteran, she’s  taught Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 6th grades. Read on to learn what she thinks would be her perfect walk-on song!


What keeps you excited about teaching?
Learning new things and new ways to teach. The energy of students.

What advice would you give a first-year teacher?
Put in the time now and you will be rewarded for it later.

What is one thing you want students to take away when they leave your classroom at the end of the year?
Learning is important but being kind is what matters most.

What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
When all else fails, try something new.

If you could choose a “walk-on song” to be played every morning, what would it be?
High Hopes” by Panic! At the Disco

If you weren’t a teacher, what kind of career would you have?
Social Services or Business

What has been the most memorable moment in your teaching career so far?
Having a difficult student. He didn’t learn much but he grew so much socially. He learned respect and how to calm down. He learned that he MATTERS!

What is your favorite quote?
“It is our choices that show us what we truly are far more than our abilities.” -Albus Dumbledore

Tell us one of your goals for this year.
Make connections and relationships with more kids.

What is your favorite MC Feature?

What is your favorite activity outside of the classroom?
Reading on my Kindle

What is your dream vacation?

Anything else you want to add about yourself?
Using tools like MC make our jobs easier. It allows us to focus on the kids. What their true needs are and it allows us to think outside of the box.

Check back often to meet other amazing educators in the MasteryConnect community!

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