College of Education Faculty & Staff

Mark Bailey

Mark Bailey
Distinguished University Professor of Education; Director, Child Learning and Development Center; ECE Strand Coordinator, MAT 5th Year Program (Forest Grove)

   Dr. Bailey is an educational psychologist with a background in human development and curriculum & instruction. With experience teaching pre-school through middle school, Dr. Bailey is also the early childhood education specialist in the program. As director of the Child Learning and Development Center, Dr. Bailey oversees the Early Learning Community: an early childhood learning center he designed. For the past decade he has been examining the use of computers and other digital resources that support classroom learning, and particularly for young children.

Education

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, OR, 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, OR, 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.

Contact Information

Email: baileym@pacificu.edu
Phone: 503-352-1442
Website: http://fg.ed.pacificu.edu/bailey/resources/