Sue Williamson

Dr. Sue Williamson has been a classroom educator for 17 years and has a   Doctorate in Educational Administration from Georgia Southern University.
Sue spent 13 years in Georgia as a gifted endorsed teacher of middle grades english/ language arts, social studies and mathematics as well as high school mathematics. Her strong interest in differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students led her to co-create and lead a professional development course for middle and high school regular and special education teachers on differentiation and collaboration in the co teaching classroom.
Currently a teacher at STEM School Chattanooga, Sue has collaborated to create and implement cross curricular and single subject Problem Based Learning units of study. She has also facilitated professional learning of PBL for district wide teachers. Her strong interest in encouraging other educators to grow in their field has led to her participation in the Hamilton County Schools Teacher Think Tank, an innovative initiative to develop a more impactful system of professional learning and
teacher recognition.

Lesson Plans

Students will use their understanding of the properties of three dimensional solids to design a candy container meeting specific constraints…
This lesson will introduce students to the essential concepts underlying the principles of 2 dimensional dynamics in a gravitational field…