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Director, New England Educational Research Center at Rutgers University
Director, Center for the Development of Innovative Practices
Author of Teach My Teacher
TIMOTHY WILSON is the director of New England Educational Research Center at Rutgers University’s Center for the Development of Innovative Practices. She is a홀덤lso the author of Teach My Teacher (NBER Working Paper Series, 2007); Teach My Teachers, Innovations and The Teaching Career (NBER Working Paper Series, 2005); The Teaching Career경주안마24 시 출장 and Career Advancement: Research and Practice (NBER Working Paper Series, 2004); The Teaching Career and Professional Development: Research and Practice (NBER Working Paper Series, 2003); Teach My Teacher: A New York Times Best Seller (NBER Working Paper Series, 2002); and many other books.
TIMOTHY WILSON earned her Master’s degree from Brown University with a major in Educational Psychology in 2005. She received her Ph.D. in education from the State University of New York at Albany and a B.S. in educational and social psychology from the University of Rochester.
She is a former adjunct teaching assistant in New York City Public Schools, and has earned her Bachelor of Education in Education from Western Illinois University.
She served as an active teacher in the School for the Gifted and Talented, a school for African-American students in the New York City School District. She is a certified teacher, and her clients include students in grades 4 through 8. Ms. Wilson also served as President of the American Association of Retired Teachers.
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