- Ed.D., Educational Leadership, University of Delaware
- Ed.M., Urban Education, Temple University
- B.A., Secondary Education, Rowan University
- B.A., English, Rowan University
Areas of Focus:
Anti-racist education, decolonization of curriculum and schools, intercultural sensitivity, multicultural education, urban education, teacher education, culturally relevant pedagogy, constructivism .
Chanelle Wilson is an assistant professor of education in the Bryn Mawr/Haverford Colleges Education Program, and the director of Africana Studies at Bryn Mawr College. Chanelle has served as a public school practitioner, teaching secondary education students, in the U.S. and around the world. She enjoys facilitating knowledge in a way that encourages personal connections, promotes critical thinking, highlights contemporary relevance, and necessitates justice. Her current scholarship focuses on race and anti-racism in education, decolonization of schools and the mind, students as teachers and learners, culturally relevant pedagogy in international schooling contexts, and multicultural education in K-12 settings. Chanelle has a passion for using research to improve the educational experiences of marginalized groups, promoting equity and critical race-focused conversations: her life's goal is to rethink, reimagine, and revolutionize education to meet the needs of all children.