Belinda is a Lecturer in Social Work.
Belinda designs and coordinates courses in social work and the social sciences. She has extensive experience in teaching large, multidisciplinary courses and teaching students in undergraduate first year.
Belinda is committed to inclusive, student-centred teaching and learning practice that draws on students’ experiences in the world and can contribute to positive social change and professional practice.
Belinda is currently undertaking doctoral research on gender and precarious work. Her thesis is qualitative research focusing upon the experience of women working casually in designer fashion boutiques.
- 2012 Claire Burton Scholarship for postgraduate research in an ATN on gender equity.
- 2009 RMIT Teaching Award – Programs That Enhance Student Learning: The First Year Experience.
- Organisational Studies (multidisciplinary)
- Self and Society (social work)
- PhD (Sociology) – in progress, University of South Australia.
- Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching and Learning, RMIT University.
- Bachelor of Social Work (hons), The University of Melbourne.
- Bachelor of Arts, The University of Melbourne.
- Johnson, B. (2015). Equally dressed-up, unequally casual: different experiences of precarious work in designer fashion retail boutiques In: Labour and Industry, 25, 150 - 162
- Johnson, B.,Douglas, K. (2010). Asynchronous online role-plays using a blended learning design: Integrating theory and practice In: Information Communication Technologies for Human Services Education and Delivery: Concepts and Cases, IGI, United States
- Douglas, K.,Johnson, B. (2010). Legal Education and E-Learning: Online Fishbowl Role-Play as a Learning and Teaching Strategy in Legal Skills Development In: eLaw Journal: Murdoch University Electonic Journal of Law, 17, 28 - 46
- Douglas, K.,Johnson, B. (2009). Online role-plays as authentic assessment: five models to teach professional interventions In: Proceedings of the ATN Assessment Conference, Melbourne, 19 - 20 November 2009
- Douglas, K.,Johnson, B. (2008). The online mediation fishbowl: Learning about gender and power in mediation In: Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 1, 95 - 107
- Jackson, A.,Tsantefski, M.,Goodman, H.,Johnson, B.,Rosenfeld, J. (2003). The psychosocial impacts on families of low-incidence, complex conditions in children: The case of Craniopharyngioma In: Social Work in Health Care, 38, 81 - 107