Sue Nolan, MA

Sue is an educational specialist and consultant with experience in both regular and special education. From 1989 to the present, she has been at Responsive Centers specializing in assessment and design of both short-term and long-term interventions to address individual learning needs. Her undergraduate work was completed at Loretto Heights College in Denver, Colorado with an emphasis in both regular and special education. Over the years, Sue has been a teacher at the primary, middle, junior, and senior high school levels as well as assisting in developing resource programs for children with learning problems in several school districts.  

Since 1976, Sue has also been affiliated with the University of Kansas Center for Research in Learning, participating in the development, research, field testing, and training of teachers in the Learning Strategies Interventions Model. She completed her graduate degree in 1980 at the University of Kansas with an emphasis in learning disabilities and counseling psychology. She has offered workshops for school districts throughout the country and has co-authored articles and developed curriculum materials using the K.U. Learning Strategies Model.  

The focus of her private practice is to help students achieve academic success and build self confidence 

Sue is married and has two adult children.  

 

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