Matthew L. Wilson

HeadshotDr. Matthew L. Wilson is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology for the Bagwell College of Education at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Wilson graduated from the University of Florida with a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction focusing on Educational Technology and a minor in Research and Evaluation Methodology. Additionally, Dr. Wilson holds a MAT focused on early childhood and elementary education from Willamette University. Dr. Wilson educational career ranges from PreK to Adults. As a educator in higher education, he has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses for teacher preparation to integrate technology for teaching and learning at both Kennesaw State University and the University of Florida. Prior to working in higher education, Dr. Wilson taught for eleven years internationally. Immediately prior to his doctoral studies, Dr. Wilson taught elementary school at an international school in Seoul. Before that, he taught English to pre-school and early elementary aged children in Korea. Dr. Wilson’s research focuses on the preparation of teachers for integrating technology in classrooms and analysis of technology use by teachers. He has been published in Computers & Education, the Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE), and the Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education (among others), as well as presented nationally and internationally. Dr. Wilson has received research awards from AERA and AECT.

Serving the broad educational technology community, Dr. Wilson is an active member of AERA SIG-TACTL. He actively serves as an Associate Editor for JRTE, from which he won the Reviewer of the Year Award for 2020.