Kim Wilson


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Dr Kim Wilson is Lecturer in Secondary History Education at Macquarie University. Her research interests include: teaching critical thinking skills, teacher professional development and the teaching and learning of history. Recent research projects include: The effect of Flipped Learning as a pedagogical intervention strategy to increase the use of critical thinking skills in History; Practitioner Inquiry, the teacher as researcher - a professional learning model; NESA 2018 Professional Learning Survey – an analysis of and report on the data.


Kim has over twenty years’ experience in secondary school education with more than ten years of that experience in leadership positions. She is an expert practitioner with a strong track record of academic and professional publications that support and extend her teaching method and subject knowledge. Kim’s passion and commitment to education was acknowledged in 2005 with a Quality Teacher Award conferred by the NSW Minister for Education and Training and The Australian College of Educators.


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