Aubrey Brammar Southall

ESOL & Social Studies High School Teacher
Fulton County Schools

Bachelor of Arts (AB) in Political Science

Aubrey is a public high school teacher for Fulton County Schools. She is a ESOL Social Studies Specialist, social studies state test boot camp leader classroom teacher, mentor teacher, cheerleading coach and tennis coach. Aubrey also is a TA for preservice social studies teachers at Georgia State University.

  • AB, The University of Georgia 2009 Political Science
  • BSED, The University of Georgia 2009 Social Studies Education
  • MED, The University of Georgia 2010 Social Studies Education
  • EDS, Georgia State University 2012 Social Studies Education
  • PhD, Georgia State University 2016 (expected) Social Studies Education
Pre-Occupation (Hobbies)

Junior League of Atlanta, Volunteering, Community Service, GATESOL Board Member, hanging out with my Cairn Terrier, George Washington

Most Memorable SPIA Class Moment?

I loved the congress simulation in Dr. Michael Crespin’s course. I also am so thankful to have taken Dean Thomas Lauth’s course on government budgeting.

My Top Three Career Tips
  1. Use SPIA connections for networking
  2. Always continue learning
  3. Visit Athens often
Volunteer Activities / Service on Boards

Junior League of Atlanta GATESOL Executive Board Member

Favorite Athens Haunt & Getaway

Jittery Joes is definitely my number one favorite place to hang out. I love all the memories from college that come back when I enter the familiar doors. The beach is my favorite place to be!

Recent Honors / Awards

Teacher of the Year nominee: 2013 Highest US History EOCT Test Scores of a general education teacher: 2013, 2014

A Quotable Quote About My Spia Experience

“Education either functions as an instrument which is used to facilitate integration of the younger generation into the logic of the present system and bring about conformity or it becomes the practice of freedom, the means by which men and women deal critically and creatively with reality and discover how to participate in the transformation of their world.” ― Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed