Ms. Lowe has 25 years of teaching experience. For 22 of those years she has been a teacher at Quantico Middle/High School in DoDEA's New York, Virginia and Puerto Rico District. She has taught a variety of subjects including history, science, math, and economics. She also spent two summers teaching 4th-8th grade summer enrichment courses. Prior to coming to DoDEA, Ms. Lowe taught at Woodbridge High School in Prince William County, Virginia.

Ms. Lowe graduated from Virginia Polytechnic and State University in Blacksburg, Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture and Biology. She received her degree in Finite Math and Computer technology from Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) in Woodbridge, Virginia. She received her teaching license in Biology, Earth and Space Science, History, General Science and General Mathematics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Ms. Lowe earned her Master of Liberal Studies in Human Genetics with an emphasis on Characteristics and Needs of the Middle School Child and Middle School Curriculum from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

As a former DoDEA student herself, Ms. Lowe's philosophy of teaching and teaching style is a reflection of the lessons she learned from her teachers while she attended DoDEA schools. She stresses an organized, structured classroom, responsibility, and accountability as important attributes for success. Ms. Lowe also believes that teachers should be flexible and willing to adapt their teaching style to each student's individual needs.

2010 winner Lynn Magalong Lowe
Lynn Magalong Lowe Science, Math, and Economics Teacher
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