Susan Schilt began teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders in residential and day treatment facilities in Connecticut. After 14 years, she moved to Pinellas County, Florida, where she continued to work with students with learning and behavior disorders in the public school system. During this time, she served for five years as an adjunct professor at the College of Education, St. Petersburg College.
For the last 10 years, Susan has been a district resource teacher assisting schools and teachers in developing and implementing positive, proactive, and instructional social/behavioral strategies. She coordinates both the CHAMPs and Foundations initiatives in Pinellas County, conducting numerous professional development workshops on positive and proactive behavior management and intervention. Susan also provides on-site coaching and support to both school leadership teams and teachers in the classroom to improve skills and strategies designed to best meet the needs of all students.
With her experience working with the three-tiered model of positive behavior support, Susan believes passionately in the effectiveness of Safe & Civil Schools materials. She has presented workshops and seminars on:
M.S. in Emotional/Behavior Disorders, Southern Connecticut State University