Go VIRTUAL! Take your professional development from stage to screen

Buy the books and get the training FREE! If you are struggling to teach students with learning disabilities in the remote classroom, and you need solutions, you are in the right place! We have training options to fit your remote learning situation.

Discover how co-teachers, paraprofessionals, and general education teachers can support struggling students in the virtual classroom.

Small Group / Guided-Virtual Training Solutions

Option 1 – Susan Delivers Training Virtually for Your Staff

We provide the SAME content in a virtual presentation to support your teachers, specialists, and paraprofessionals. If you need to know how to co-teach or work with paraprofessionals virtually, Susan will show you how.*

Provide your staff with live, interactive, engaging online workshops.

Contact us today to hold your spot on the calendar!

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Option 2 – Susan Delivers A Virtual Train-the-Trainer Program

Coach your trainers to give them the best advantage! We offer customized coaching packages for all three topics as well as a virtual train-the-trainer for The HOW of Co-teaching.

Have your facilitator provide your staff with live, interactive, engaging professional development.

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*To ensure consistent, high quality delivery, Susan uses the ZOOM.us platform for these presentations.

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This [virtual] presentation was thrilling. Susan is very engaging and provides many strategies and resources.

Love your enthusiasm! You are a really engaging speaker. I can see why students benefitted from your expertise.

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Every virtual program includes:

  • 24/7 participant access to Susan via email for one year following training
  • Free access to my library of online resources for all attendees
  • Textbook licensing for group or self study

Customize your book selection to your school or district needs!

Option 3 – Your Talented Facilitators Provide Training Using Susan’s Material

Got talented facilitators who just need outstanding content? We’ve got you covered. Susan’s third edition books include a facilitation guide and a license* for you to provide in-house training for your staff!

Buy 20 or more of our third edition books and you’ll get 30% off the retail price, with Free Shipping!

Bigger groups? 50 plus gets you a 50% off and Free Shipping.

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 *License requires that each participant have their own book so they receive the resource they need to be successful long term.

Paraprofessionals and Teachers Working Together 3rd Edition
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Virtual Training by Susan Fitzell

Why should you provide virtual training with Susan?

Susan has spent significant time deep-diving into learning how to provide virtual training that ensures that the quality of her delivery is interactive, engaging, and effective.

You will get:

  • The quality you know and love
  • Strategies and Implementations that are:
    • Common-sense
    • Easy-to-implement
    • Teacher-friendly
  • Teachers can log in from anywhere!

Your staff doesn’t have to leave the comfort and safety of their own homes!

  • The HOW of (Virtual) Co-teaching and Collaboration
  • Paraprofessionals and Teachers Working Together
  • Powerful Strategies to Motivate and Boost the Success of Your Struggling Learners (Meet IEP Requirements in Virtual Classroom)

Contact me today to discuss your specific staff development needs and challenges!

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Don’t just take our word for it…

“My first conference via ZOOM, so it was good! Thank you so much for the wonderful presentation and the useful information. I feel like if I go back into a classroom of any sort next school year, I have ideas to utilize in my inclusion classroom with my co-teacher that will take very  little preparation. I also feel that I can put some work in to make a great experience for my students with a little help from my special ed counterpart. We can really take our co-teaching to a new level.”  ~General Education Teacher, “Best Practices in Co-teaching & Collaboration”, Rehab Seminars, May 2020

“The presenter [Susan] gave us all wonderful opportunities to meet with other teachers via the small breakout rooms.  I have five new friends with whom I have shared contact info. Thanks, Susan, Jeff, and Meghan for your generosity, skills, humor and kindness.” ~Special Educaton Teacher, “Best Practices in Co-teaching & Collaboration”

“Your [virtual] presentation was extremely helpful, insightful, support