Belinda Williams

Dr. Belinda Williams

Adjunct Professor

Year Started at GU: 2019
Phone: 251.550.8439
Email: [email protected]

About Belinda Williams

Hello! My name is Belinda Williams. I have been in the field of education for more than 22 years. During that time, I have had a rich and varied career- teaching at all levels- elementary, intermediate, middle, high school, and post-secondary. My first teaching assignment was at a private school in Asuncion, Paraguay and since then I’ve taught at public schools in the United States in the general and special education settings.  My undergraduate degree is in Early Childhood Education, My Masters is in Learning Disabilities, my Specialist degree is in School Administration, and my Doctoral degree is in Educational Leadership. I am a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards alumna as well as Fulbright Japan Memorial Fund teacher fellowship recipient.  I am originally from Alabama but have lived in Germany, South America, Boston, Atlanta, and Tampa. I enjoyed being a public-school classroom teacher for many reasons, but primarily I enjoyed sharing the journey with young people as they navigate their way through school and through life in general. What a privilege being an educator is! I am equally passionate about higher education and as a professor, my most important rule for the on-line class is that we all communicate courteously and frequently. Never be hesitant to contact me, or another resource person if you need anything.  Best to you, Dr. Belinda Williams

Publications and Presentations

A Correlational Analysis of Burnout and Job Satisfaction Among Special Education Teachers (Doctoral Dissertation, UMI# Not Yet Assigned)

The Implications of Demographic Variables As Related to Burnout Among A Sample of Special Education Teachers (Manuscript Accepted For Publication in Education)

Professional Affiliations

Association of American University Women

National Association for Multicultural Education

American Association of University Professors

National Education Association