Zeba McGibbon


  • BS Early Childhood Education  . . .  Boston University ’14
  • M.ED Curriculum and Instruction  . . .  Boston College ’17
  • Certificate in Early Childhood Leadership . . .   Boston College ’17
  • Specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorder  . . .   Boston College ‘ 17

Zeba McGibbon is a current second grade teacher in Massachusetts. She has taught kindergarten through third grade for eight years. While teaching, Zeba led several trainings to teachers in her district on a variety of topics covering social emotional learning, supports for students with ADHD, phonics instruction, google slides in the classroom, and more. Zeba has also presented to parents in Lexington, MA on guiding children’s behavior. 


Additionally, Zeba has guest lectured at Boston University and Boston College on teacher language and guiding children’s behavior. Zeba has also led trainings on guiding children’s behavior for camp counselors, ski instructors, and parents. In 2017, Zeba co-presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics New England on growth mindset and mathematics.

As the founder of Kindergarten Cafe, Zeba has created over 300 different teaching resources for Pre-K to 1st grade. She offers teaching tips teachers weekly on her blog and daily to over 10,000 caregivers through her instagram.