Susan Fitzell, M.Ed., CSP

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Susan Fitzell, M.Ed., CSP

Susan Fitzell,CSP, M. Ed, is a dynamic, nationally recognized presenter and educational consultant specializing in special education topics, co-teaching, bullying prevention, adolescent anger management, and practical strategies to increase achievement of ALL students in ALL classrooms. Susan’s motto is, “Good for all, critical for students who learn differently.” <br><br> With years of experience co-teaching in the general education classroom, Susan possesses a unique understanding of the challenges facing co-teachers and paraprofessionals, and has spent her teaching life developing tools for both child and teacher success. Motherhood has helped her identify with the needs of parents and help them find the best ways to help their children with homework and other critical issues. <br><br> As a mother, teacher, and martial artist, Susan has over two decades of experience identifying and meeting the needs of youth, especially those with special needs, students with behavioral and anger management issues, and students who experience bullying. Susan’s work focuses on building caring, inclusive school communities and helping students and teachers succeed in the inclusive classroom. <br><br> Susan’s greatest satisfaction comes from helping teachers make a positive impact by using practical, doable strategies that fuel positive, measurable results. Whether she’s presenting a one day workshop or delivering long-term consulting, Susan’s straight forward, common sense approach always yields positive results. <br><br> Learn more about Susan Fitzell at: http://www.susanfitzell.com

Stories by Susan Fitzell, M.Ed., CSP

1. When your youth comes home with vocabulary to study, have them make their own flashcards by looking up vocabulary words online and finding...
Remember those World War II posters that warned, “Loose Lips Sink Ships?” Well, that dire wisdom is just as urgent today. It is possible...
If bullying is a problem in your classroom, you’re not alone. Bullying is a problem in most of the schools I’ve visited and it’s a...
His face was two inches from mine. He was screaming at the top of his lungs. His words bit into my being and stung without remorse. I was testing for...
I have spent years watching students attempt to start a written assignment with an introductory sentence and observing the frustration they...