Scott M. Fisher, an Iowa native, is a fourth-generation educator, having taught both English/Written Communications and Automotive/Aviation Technology, along with coaching football, baseball, and golf, during his 35-year teaching career, primarily at the 2-year college level, in Michigan, North Dakota, and Illinois. He is also an FAA-certified Airframe and Powerplant technician, ASE Certified Master Technician, and received both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Eastern Michigan University. He has won writing awards for his historical and educational articles, technical training programs, fiction, and video scripts.
His professional technical writing includes the development of print and video training guides for Boeing, Lockheed, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Rockwell International, Volkswagen of America, Caterpillar, the Illinois Arts Council, and the National Science Foundation. He has also mentored young teachers in the development of classroom materials, assessment methods, and cooperative teaching strategies. Scott has also published six full-length books: four historical narratives, a memoir, and a collection of short fiction.
(see Scott's publications page)