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Megan Haynes

Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences,
Department of Humanities

Megan Haynes graduated from Maranatha Baptist University with a BS in Elementary Education and a minor in Special Education, then completed her MEd through MBU, including graduate courses in Special Education. Haynes joined the School of Education as a part-time faculty member in the fall of 2021. She has taught in self-contained classrooms and support classrooms since 2014 and is currently the Support Classroom teacher at Calvary Baptist Christian School in Watertown. Haynes says, “Some of the things I do regularly are determine what support a student needs to succeed, organize extra help for students who are struggling, work with the classroom teachers, and teach alternate courses when appropriate.”

Haynes is excited to support future teachers and equip them with the knowledge that she has learned first-hand in the classroom. One of her favorite aspects of teaching is experiencing the “light-bulb” moments – students learning something new. She loves building relationships with students and sharing Biblical truth with them that they can incorporate into their future classrooms.

Education and Credentials

MEd in Teaching and Learning, Maranatha Baptist University

BS Elementary Education, minor in Special Education, Maranatha Baptist University


Church Ministry: Megan participates in the music program of her church, playing the piano and accompanying groups. She is also actively involved in the A/V ministry and children’s ministry.

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