Melina Rowin is a current sophomore at Wellesley College. Her field of study is international relations and she holds a special interest in education.
She began teaching remotely with MIT’s Educational Studies Program, where she ran a six-week class introducing older students to linguistics and world language education. She then joined a pilot program with the Lab for Social Machines in the MIT Media Lab, where she coached younger students to foster curiosity and creativity during the pandemic. In addition, she has a background in high school speech and debate, college mock trial, and is an editor for the on-campus magazine The Globalist.
Melina’s teaching style is best described as supportive and adaptive, and she appreciates the flexibility Zoom offers her to cater to a number of different learning styles and ability levels.