About Susan Fitzell, M.Ed., CSP

A dynamic, nationally recognized presenter, author of nine books for teachers, trainers, and parents, an educational consultant, and CEO of AimHi Educational Programs, LLC. She launched the firm in 1993 after a successful career teaching students with special needs at the high school level. Today, Susan works side by side with teachers, school administrators, and business leaders as a coach and trainer.

Bridging the Neurodiversity Learning Gap in the Workplace

Our faces are as different as our learning patterns. While companies train their employees through learning management systems (LMS), some have only achieved a 50% improvement in employee productivity. What about the other 50%? Chances are these LMS are too generic and can’t cater to the learning ne [...]

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12 Ways Human Resources Can Accommodate Adults with Learning Differences

How to accommodate neurodivergent employees with learning disabilities in the workplace Neurodiversity in the workplace is a hot topic. Employers are beginning to realize that a diverse staff is good for business. Yet, for employees with learning differences to thrive, they must be set up for succes [...]

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Co-teaching Model: Team Teaching

#24 Team Teaching If there is one co-teaching term that instigates misinformation, conflict, and the demise of co-teaching efforts, it is Team Teaching. Expectations and misinformation about the Team Teaching co-teaching model significantly impact the success of many co-teaching initiatives. Here, I [...]

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10 Ways to Prevent Bullying in a Neurodiversity Initiative: How to Recognize, Prevent, and Stop Bullying

Workplace bullying is a severe issue for all employees, and it is exponentially destructive for people on the autistic spectrum or with other neurocognitive differences. We know bullying, hazing, and harassment are workplace problems. Many of us struggle with how to deal with the issue effectively. Rather than philosophize about this issue, I’m sharing some practical strategies that provide ALL employees with a psychologically safe workplace and prevent bullying in a neurodiversity initiative.

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