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Susan Hall

Susan Hall is a CTAE educator at Bennett’s Mill Middle School in Fayette, County where she
resides with her husband of thirty-three years and her twin boys (10). She holds 25 years of
experience as an educator that include gifted and special education, math, reading and science.
In addition to her experience as an educator, Susan has served in the United States Air Force
as a Telecommunications Technician and has worked in industry for NASA JPL and General
Dynamics where she applied and expanded her training from the Air Force as well as working in
the service related industry. She holds an Associates of Electronics from USAF and a Masters
of Science in Middle Grades Education and an Ed.S in Instructional Technology from Kennesaw
State University.
Susan currently teaches Engineering and Technology and effectively facilitates several student
programs within her school, Students Leading Education (SLED) and Technology Student
Association (TSA), Broadcasting. Her Engineering/Technology program was recognized by
ITEEA as a 2023 Program of Excellence. She is also the Technology Specialist for the school
and is a member of the School Leadership team. Susan is the Vice-President of Georgia e-TED,
the state’s Engineering and Technology Division and is a current executive board member for
TSA. Susan and her students have presented at multiple workshops and conferences to include
GACTE, GASTC, GeTEA, and CTAERN - DOE on topics such as problem/project based
learning, technology implementation and digital tools, middle school engineering program
deployment, drones, and curriculum development. Outside the classroom, Susan has been a
part of program developments at her church, The Learning Lab, a resource depository for
educational needs to include connecting with verified tutors.
Susan’s passion is to facilitate growth of the students and teachers through implementing and
innovating ways to empower teachers and students with the integration of technology. One of
Susan’s main goals that she fosters within her students and those she coaches is to empower
them with a passion to learn and the ability to push through when things get tough. She
continually emphasizes that understanding how you go somewhere is just as important as the
Susan’s personal interests include dancing, camping, hiking and enjoying time with her twin
boys and husband outdoors as well as assisting and leading at her church with the children’s
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