Belinda Schouten, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
College of Professional Studies

Academic Background

  • Ph.D.   The Univeristy of Texas at San Antonio, Culture, Literacy and Language, 2006

  • M.A.   University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, Bicultural-Bilingual Studies, 1997

  • B.A.   University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, Dance, 1994

Professional Certifications

  • Bilingual/ESL Certification, 1999 (1999).

  • Elementary Education, 1999 (1999).

  • Dance Certification, 1995 (1995).

  • Secondary Education Certification, 1995 (1995).

  • Sociology, 1995 (1995).

Professional Memberships

  • National Association of Bilingual Education

Intellectual Contributions

Publications in Refereed Proceedings

Jackson, Jerrie., Maurer, Alycia., & Schouten, Belinda. (2015). Observation, Reflection and the Implementation of Technology: Supports for Pre-Service Teachers' Professional Competencies. - Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education..


Schouten, Belinda., Vélez-Salas, C., Schouten, B., Cárdenas, N., & Bayley, R. "Spanish dialect contact in South Texas: Variable subject personal pronoun use by Puerto Ricans in San Antonio." Language variety in the South: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. , 2015.

Presentations of Refereed Papers

Schouten, Belinda. (2014). Positive Interactions: Empowering Low Socioeconomic Students with Career Awareness and Exploration. South Texas Counseling Association, San Antonio, Texas.

Schouten, Belinda. (2014). Concientizacion of Bilingual Mexican American Students in Professional Training Programs: Reconnection to our Linguistic Raices. Center for Mexican American Studies and Research Conference, San Antonio, Texas.