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Ann Bailey

CEED Research Fellow

Early Educ & Development, Ctr
Room 425 LES
1954 Buford Ave

Tel: 612-626-3724
baile045@umn.edu

Ann E. Bailey, Ph.D., is a Research Fellow at the Center for Early Education and Development (CEED) in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.

Bailey has more than 18 years of experience in the field of education and special education, specifically in technical assistance and dissemination at the regional and national levels, teaching, evaluation, research, and training development. She was a technical assistance provider for more than 12 years; three years for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Head Start and nine years for the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs. She served as the associate director of a federally-funded center that provided special education technical assistance and dissemination to eight states in the Midwest. Prior to her work at the University of Minnesota, Bailey was a college instructor and child behavior specialist.

In her role as a research fellow, she develops and implements evaluation plans for many different early childhood programs throughout Minnesota and Ohio. Ann also conducts research on early childhood assessment, early childhood literacy, and childcare systems.

Ann is a graduate of the University of North Dakota, Bowling Green State University, and the University of Minnesota.

Selected Publications

  1. Watson, C., Bailey, A., & Storm, K. (2016). Building capacity in reflective practice: A tiered model of statewide supports for local home visiting programs. Infant Mental Health Journal, 37, 640-652.

  2. Susman-Stillman, A., Bailey, A., & Webb, C. (2014). The state of early childhood assessment: Practices and professional development in Minnesota. Report prepared for Minnesota Department of Education, Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant.

  3. Susman-Stillman, A. & Bailey, A. E. (2014, April). Using data to promote standards of excellence in early childhood assessment. Presented at the Minnesota Association for Family and Early Education 2014 Family & Early Childhood Education Conference in St. Cloud, MN.

Selected Presentations

  1. Susman-Stillman, A., Bailey, A., Webb, M.C., & Erhardt, V. (2015, December). Steps towards improving quality: Early educators’ use and perceptions of authentic assessment. Paper presented as part of the symposium Building and studying cultures of quality improvement and innovation in early care and education programs. Child Care Policy Research Conference, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Washington, DC.

  2. Storm, K., Bailey, A., & Watson, C. (2015, December 4). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Paper to be presented at the ZERO TO THREE National Training Institute, Seattle, WA.

  3. Watson, C., Storm, K., & Bailey, A. (2015, December 2). Minnesota's Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) evaluation: Applications for policy and practice. Poster to be presented at the ZERO to THREE National Training Institute, Seattle, Washington.

  4. Bailey, A., & Watson, C. (2015, November 5). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Paper presented at the Healthy Families America National Leadership Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

  5. Bailey, A., & Susman-Stillman, A. (2015, July 16). Authentic Assessment: New Opportunities for Professional Development. National Association of Family Child Care National Conference, Bloomington, MN.

  6. Bailey, A. E. (2015, March). Authentic assessment training in Minnesota: Research to practice. Minnesota Department of Education: 2015 Spring Early Childhood Special Education Leadership Forum, Roseville, Minnesota.

  7. Watson, C., Storm, K., Bailey, A. (2014, March 25). Building infrastructure capacity for reflective practice: Process and impact studies. Poster presentation for the College of Education and Human Development Research Day, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

  8. Bailey, A. E., Storm, K. J., Watson, C. W., & Moon, D. (2015, March 24). The effects of reflective supervision on home visitor burnout. Poster presentation at the University of Minnesota's College of Education and Human Development Research Day, Minneapolis, MN.

  9. Bailey, A. E. (2015, March 5). Authentic assessment training in Minnesota: Research to practice. Minnesota Department of Education: 2015 Spring Early Childhood Special Education Leadership Forum, Roseville, Minnesota.


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