Mark Bailey, PhD

Professor of Education, School of Learning & Teaching (Forest Grove)
503-352-1442
Berglund Hall 136

Mark Bailey is a Distinguished University Professor in the College of Education, and the Director of the Child Learning and Development Center.

Education

PhD and MS, University of Wisconsin

BA, Grinnell College

Website

http://fg.ed.pacificu.edu/bailey/resources/

Recent Papers and Professional Presentations

Bailey, M., (2018). The Nature of Stem: Children and Technology in the Outdoor Classroom. Invited presentation at the Erikson Institute TEC Center. March 6.

 Bailey, M., Rickett, E., & Cavolo, T. (2018) “Ecological Literacy, Teacher Preparation and Nature: Designing Curriculum for a Sustainable Future” Pacific University Faculty Development Grant.

Bailey, M., Blagojevic B., Buckleitner, W., & Bales, D.  (2017) Inspiring and Empowering Young Children: Exploring Innovative Uses of Exciting New Digital Tools. Presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, FL.  Nov. 17.

Bailey, M., (2016) Playing and Learning in the digital Age. Opening Keynote for the annual Early Childhood Care and Education Conference, Roseberg, OR.  Oct. 28.

Bailey, M., Blagojevic B., Buckleitner, W., & Bales, D. (2015) Showcasing innovative technologies: Emerging tools that empower learning. Session at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Orlando, FL. Nov. 19.

Bailey, M., & Blagojevic, B. (2014). Innovate, educate and empower: New opportunities with new technologies.  Pp. 162-182 in C. Donahue, (Ed.).  Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning. NY, NY: Routledge.

Rhine, S. & Bailey, M. (2011) Collaborative Software and Focused Distraction in the Classroom. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 19(4), pp 423-447.

Oregon Technology in Education Network Partnership Grant. (2004-9) A U.S. DOE Teacher Quality Enhancement— Partnership (TQE-P) grant. $1,600,000 Grant Coauthor, Campus Coordinator.                          

Gates Foundation Grant.  Grant for the development of a Child Development Center (2003).  Principal Author, Grant initiator, CDC designer, $1,000,000.