Suzanne M. Wilson

University of Connecticut
Social and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Suzanne M. Wilson is a Neag Endowed Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Connecticut where she currently serves as Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She was a University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University, where she served on the faculty for 26 years. Wilson also served as the first director of the Teacher Assessment Project, which developed prototype assessments for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

She has collaborated on several large-scale research projects, including with the National Center for Research on Teacher Education/Teacher Learning, the Educational Policy and Practice Study, and the National Partnership for Excellence and Accountability in Teaching. Her areas of expertise include: curriculum policy, history of teachers and teaching, mathematics reform, teacher assessment, teacher education and learning, teacher education policy, educational general and reform policy, scholarship of teaching, and the teaching of history. Wilson is member of the National Research Council’s Board on Science Education and the National Academy of Education.

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