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Stacy Bailey

Lecturer

English
College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Contact Information

Phone
(970) 351-2586
Fax
(970) 351-3378
Office
Ross 1130A
Office Hours
T 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. & R 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & by appointment
Mailing Address
University of Northern Colorado
English Department
Campus Box 109
Greeley, CO 80639

Education

Professional/Academic Experience

Other Experience

Presentations

Forthcoming: “The Creation of Engaged Learning Environments.” College English Association. (Denver, CO: March 2016)

“Reflective Practice: What It Means (And How You Can Start Doing It Now).” Future Teachers Conference. (Greeley, CO: February 2016)

“We are Not Magicians, Although We Play Them in the Classroom: A (Seemingly) Magical Way to Improve Writing Efficacy with a Simple In-class Activity.” Colorado Council International Reading Association. (Denver, CO: February 2016)

“Moving Your Students from Sparks Notes into Literature: Using the Psychology of Learning.” College English Association. (Indianapolis, Indiana: March 2015) *Awarded best in section.

“The Neglected, Although Most Important, Standard: Reasoning and Researching Unfamiliar Worlds.” Colorado Language Arts Society Annual Conference.  (Golden, CO: October 2014)

“This is your brain on college: Educating students with the brain in mind” College English Association. (Baltimore, Maryland: March 2014) *Awarded best in section.

A Middle-School Teacher, a Literacy Coach, and a College Professor Walk into a Bar … or Living in a Post-RTI World: A Collaborative Approach to Differentiation and Modification.” Colorado Language Arts Society Annual Conference.  (Golden, CO: October 2012)

"Are We Guilty of Hazing Our First-Year Teachers: A Panel Discussion Featuring Recent Graduates from the University of Northern Colorado English Education Program." Colorado Language Arts Society Annual Conference (Colorado Springs, Colorado: March 2006)

Research/Areas of Interest

Motivation in the classroom; Academic engagement; Composition instruction

Publications/Creative Works

“Moving Your Students from Sparks Notes into Literature: Using the Psychology of Learning.” College English Association. The CEA Critic. (November 2015)

"This is Your Brain on College: Educating Students with the Brain in Mind." The CEA Critic. (November 2014)

Honors and Awards

I@UNC Grant “Motivating the Murky Middle” (University of Northern Colorado: Spring 2015)