Sue Jeweler

Sue Jeweler

Sue Jeweler spent her 30-year career in Maryland's Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) teaching elementary school; training student teachers from area universities; training teachers in conflict-resolution strategies, gifted and talented instruction, differentiation, and accommodation strategies; and in writing conflict resolution and social studies curricula.

Sue has been a consultant to the Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian Institute, National Geographic, Berns & Kay, and Street Law. She has coauthored two educational kits, more than 40 books, and numerous articles for journals and magazines. She has received many awards, including the prestigious Washington Post Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teaching Award. Sue coestablished Creative Family Projects, LLC, which identifies problems and provides solutions by synthesizing information from organizations, institutions, and corporations into booklets and training modules for the benefit of children, youth, and families. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland. Sue is married with children and one grandchild.

Sue Jeweler's Books

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