Phone: 9147616052 @drcfritz Twitter
Degrees and Certifications:
Associates Degree Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science Minors in Humanities and Fine Arts Master's of Arts in Education Doctoral Degree in Urban Educational Leadership
Dr. Charles Fritz
Dr. Charles Fritz teaches high school and at the collegiate level. He has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, minors in Humanities and Fine Art, and a Master’s Degree in Education from Stetson University. He was also invited to complete graduate work at Oxford University, Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, England, where he studied English and Religion. Dr. Fritz has an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. He is a lifelong learner and participates in ongoing professional development. Prior to Woodlands, he taught in Florida and Maine.
The courses he teaches are American History, AP World, Criminal Justice, Economics, Global Studies 1 and 2, History of the Americas 1 and 2 (International Baccalaureate Programme), Participation in Government, Psychology, Robotic History/Psychology, and WISE. Robotic Psychology is a curriculum he created and the first of its kind in the world. In addition to teaching general education social studies courses, he supports English Language Learners and students with IEPs/504s in an integrated co-teaching setting. Dr. Fritz is a firm believer in the importance of Social Emotional Learning and he incorporates it into his teaching through meditation and practicing coping with academic anxieties. Periodically, he teaches as an adjunct at Manhattanville College in the graduate school of education.
Dr. Fritz has presented and lectured on various aspects of education internationally. He has been featured in several articles regarding the development of a new human robotic interaction curriculum and has his work published in various international publications. In his free time he publishes articles and photographs as a journalist. He serves as a track coach and also leads international field trips. He has led Woodlands students to 6 continents.