Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. Spanish (Minor Political Science) M.A. Spanish Linguistics Ed.S. Curriculum and Instruction
Brittany Williams started teaching Spanish part-time in 2007 while finishing her undergraduate degree. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish with a minor in Political Science, a Master’s degree in Spanish Linguistics, and an Ed.Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She has taught at the middle and high school levels as well as the collegiate level as an adjunct professor at Valdosta State University. Her varied experience has included all levels of Spanish throughout her career.
Brittany is passionate about sharing her love of the Spanish language and culture in her classroom. She consistently seeks out creative and engaging strategies to facilitate language acquisition among her students. She also strives to help students think critically and develop an open mind toward other cultures. Her goal is to instill a love of learning and curiosity in her students that will inspire and equip them to pursue their passions in the future.
In addition to her love for education, Mrs. Williams is also an avid traveler. She has visited more than 12 countries on 3 different continents and enjoys bringing her experiences from Spanish-speaking countries into her classroom. She also enjoys reading, exercising, outdoor activities, and spending time with her friends and family.