Susan Fostaty Young


Susan Fostaty-Young began her career as a Special Education teacher, working with severely and profoundly developmentally handicapped children. Wanting to share what she had learned in the classroom, Sue moved on to teaching at the college level where she developed an interest in adult learning theories, instructional development, and learning assessment. In addition to her studies, she facilitates courses in instructional methods, group dynamics, and reflective practice. Sue is currently a doctoral student in Education at Queen’s University.



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