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Please join the TEC Center at Erikson Institute for a special breakfast and conversation on the Nature and STEM with Dr. Mark Bailey, Distinguished University Professor of Education at Pacific University in Oregon.

The Nature of STEM:
Children & Technologies in the Outdoor Classroom



About Dr. Mark Bailey

Dr. Mark Bailey is a Distinguished University Professor of Education at Pacific University in Oregon. Dr. Bailey has spent decades exploring the use of pedagogically powerful technological tools to support learning in classrooms ranging from preschool through graduate school. His work includes numerous federal and private grants supporting explorations of collaborative and project-based learning tools, and examinations of the appropriate use of technology with young children. Mark founded a school for young children that utilizes an intentional integration of best practices, and which incorporates innovative applications of technology to support the explorations of its digital-age students. He currently serves as an Early Childhood curriculum specialist overseeing the preparation of Masters in Teaching candidates, and as Director of the Pacific University Child Learning and Development Center.


Tuesday, March 6, 2018

8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Erikson Institute

Room 203

451 N. LaSalle St.

Chicago, IL 60654


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