Senior Lecturer in Education Studies
Higher Education Research Group , Cass School of Education and Communities
Mark Wilson is a lecturer in the Cass School of Education and Communities. He teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, leads on academic integrity, and has research interests in the field of international childhood and education studies.
Papatheodorou, T. and Wilson, M. (2016). ‘An International Perspective on Early Childhood Education and Care’ in Ioanna, P. The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice. London, UK: Sage.
Brown, Z., and Wilson, M. (2016). ‘The complexity of in-class debates in Higher Education: student perspectives on differing designs’. Educationalfutures, 7 (2), pp. 14-28.
Wilson, M. (2016). ‘“Setting Fire to the Rain”: A reflection on the influence of Paulo Freire’s philosophy on seminar leadership in Higher Education’. Educationalfutures, 7 (2), pp. 3-13.
Wilson, M. (2015). The Celebrity Effect: An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Celebrity and Charitable Giving using BBC Charity Appeals Data. Working Paper Series: Centre for Philanthropy, University of Kent. Available: https://www.kent.ac.uk/sspssr/philanthropy/documents/celebrity-effect-cfp-paper.pdf
Wilson, M. (2012). Child Poverty, Child Well-Being and ECEC Policy in Europe: An Exploratory Overview. Working paper.
Wilson, M. (2012). How Globalisation Paved the Way for the Development of a Global Civil Society. Working paper.
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies
Member, British Education Studies Association
In-class debates in Higher Education. Joint-paper presentation, BESA Conference, Cardiff Metropolitan University, 25-26 June 2015.
Education for Transformation: Critical Pedagogical Thoughts, Practice and Paulo Freire. Paper presentation, BESA Conference, University of Glasgow,
26-27 June 2014.