Campus Address: Bishop Hall 332
Professor Wilson earned his PhD in Mathematics Education in 2002 at SUNY Buffalo under the direction of Douglas H. Clements. His dissertation titled Young Children’s Composition of Shape: A Learning Trajectory, stemmed from work on the NSF funded project: Building Blocks—Foundations for Mathematical Thinking, Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 2.
Dr. Wilson’s background includes more than a decade of teaching high school mathematics and another decade plus teaching mathematics and mathematics education courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. His research interests include problem-based teaching and learning with a particular focus on geometry and statistics. Most recently, his research has focused on Chinese mathematics teaching, curriculum, and professional development.