Susan Groff is a progressive educator who seeks opportunities to broaden her professional and personal interests. She shares her enthusiasm for exploration and discovery with her students by providing cutting age research and developing engaging labs/activities to spark their innate curiosity. Susan currently serves as a National Center for Science Education Ambassador and Science Communication Fellow for Ocean Exploration Trust. She participated in The Dig Field School in 2018, exploring paleontology in Hell Creek, Montana. Additionally. she has served as a NASA Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) Airborne Astronomy Ambassador, Teachers for Global Classrooms Fellow (Philippines), Partners of the Americas Fellow (Panama Teacher Match), and Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Scholar to Japan. Susan was recognized as the Santa Ana Unified School District High School Teacher of the Year in 2009 and Carlston Family Foundation Teacher Award in 2013.
Masters of Education Instructional Technology.