Kim Wilson


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Dr Kim Wilson is Senior Lecturer in History Education and Deputy Director of Professional Learning and Engagement at Macquarie University. Her research interests include mid-career transition to teaching; teacher attrition and retention; equity and access to higher education; developing student's critical thinking skills; in-school research: teacher professional learning in using small school data; and, the teaching and learning of historical literacy. Recent research projects include Mid-career transition to Teaching Project; 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; NSW Equity Consortium: equity and access to High Education.

Kim has twenty-five years’ experience in education in both the Tertiary and Secondary sectors 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. 


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