Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Williams, PhD, is a faculty member at the Plymouth State University College of Graduate Studies, Dr. Williams teaches graduate courses for teachers on cognition, history, and philosophy of education.

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Kimberly Williams

Kimberly Williams, PhD, is a consultant who specializes in assessment, cognition, and improving teaching and learning. As a faculty member at the Plymouth State University College of Graduate Studies, Dr. Williams teaches graduate courses for teachers on cognition, history, and philosophy of education. She has also served on the faculty of the State University of New York at Morrisville and Cortland, Syracuse University, Hobart College, William Smith College, and Dartmouth College. During her time with SUNY, she received awards for excellence in teaching and excellence in research.

She has written numerous articles on topics such as drug abuse in adolescence, safety, violence prevention, and the social/emotional side of adolescent violence.

Dr. Williams earned a doctorate and master’s degree in education from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. Lawrence University.

Presentation titles by Kimberly Williams

  • Cognition and Learning
  • Assessment of Thinking and Learning
  • Identifying Cognitive Difficulties in Students
  • Assessing Student Cognition
  • The Brain and Leadership
  • Improving Thinking and Learning
  • Creating Democratic Classrooms
  • Theories of Learning and Cognitive Development for the Classroom
  • Neuroscience for Kids
  • Developing Connective Leadership