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Tisha Meadows

Tisha Meadows

Literacy Coach

  • B.A., Mass Communications, Emerson College – Massachusetts, United States
  • M.A., Education, Brooklyn College – New York, United States

Tisha graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Mass Communication and Brooklyn College with a Masters in Education. She began her teaching career over twenty years ago in New York City public schools. When she left the classroom, she worked for several years as a staff developer in New York City Public Schools supporting K-8 teachers and literacy coaches. Working with Columbia University’s Teachers College Reading and Writing-Project schools, she co-taught in lab classes to help teachers and administrators acquire and hone the skills they need to lead effective reading and writing workshops in order to improve the quality of their literacy programs.

Upon arrival to Panama, Tisha returned to the classroom to teach 6th, 7th, and 8th grade English literature and writing workshop. She says: “The MET promises to be filled with knowledge, thinking, inquiry, caring, balance, principle, risk-taking, open-mindedness, communication, and lots and lots of reflection.”