Susan Flynn

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Susan Flynn works in the School of Education, Health and Human Performance at The College of Charleston.  She is training students in early childhood and elementary teacher education, providing future educators with the skills and knowledge to infuse health and movement in the classroom.  Prior to The College of Charleston, Flynn taught at Purdue University in Indiana for twelve years in the Department of Health and Kinesiology.  She specializes in the areas of Adapted Physical Education, Fitness Education, and Action-Based Learning.  Flynn taught in the public schools outside of Toledo, Ohio as an Adapted Physical Education Specialist and in Maryland as a Special Education Teacher. While in Purdue, she directed Pete's Pals, which is a motor and aquatic motor therapy program for children with disabilities. From this organization's template, FitCatz was founded. In addition to FitCatZ, Susan also is a part of TECHFIT, a program which uses design, programming, and construction of "exergames" to increase student interest and knowledge in STEM and fitness.


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