Mark Bailey is a Distinguished University Professor in the College of Education and oversees the Pacific University Early Learning Community.
PhD and MS, University of Wisconsin
BA, Grinnell College
Recent Papers and Professional Presentations
Bailey, M., Appel, A. (2013) Effective, Appropriate and Intentional Use of Technology Tools in Early Childhood Classrooms. Invited Webinar, Erickson Institute, Chicago, Ill. Feb. 10.
Bailey, M., Blagojevic B., Buckleitner, W., & Bales, D. (2012) Powerful technologies for purposeful learning: Showcasing emergent technologies that engage young children, inspire learning, and transform teaching. Featured session at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, Fla. Nov. 10.
Bailey, M., Rhine, S. (2012) Collaborative Media as Catalyst for Learning: Fostering Participation, Self Differentiation and Focused Distraction. Presentation at the Oregon Technology in Education Network Annual Conference, Salem, Ore., Sept. 15, 2012.
Bailey, M. (2012) And Justice for all: Using Primary Source Materials to bring a Social Justice Perspective in your classroom. Presentation at the Oregon Technology in Education Network Annual Conference, Salem, Ore., Sept 15, 2012, Sept. 28, 2013.
Rhine, S. & Bailey, M. (2011) Collaborative Software and Focused Distraction in the Classroom. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 19(4), pp 423-447.
Bailey, M., Blagojevic B., Buckleitner, W., & Bales, D. (2011) Innovative Technologies, Inspired Learning: Showcasing emergent technologies that can empower children and transform teaching. Presentation given at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, Fla. Nov. 4.