Kathleen M. Bailey received her PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of California at Los Angeles. Since 1981 she has worked at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, where she has been the head of the TESOL-TFL MA Program and the director of the Intensive English Program. She is currently the faculty advisor to the Language Program Administration Certificate students and the Peace Corps Masters Internationalist candidates. Her research and teaching interests include language assessment, teacher education and supervision, the teaching of speaking and listening, and research methodology. In 1998-99 she was the president of the international TESOL association.
Language Testing Courses: What Are They in 2007 (with James Dean Brown), Language Testing (2008)
In 1996, we published an article that investigated the characteristics of basic language testing courses...
Goals-Based Evaluation Procedures: How Students Perceive What Teachers Intend (with Donald Freeman and Andy Curtis), TESOL Journal (2001)
Identifying Research Priorities: Themes and Directions for the TESOL International Research Foundation (with Patricia A. Duff), TESOL Quarterly (2001)
Undeniable Insights: The Collaborative Use of Three Professional Development Practices (with Andy Curtis and David Nunan), TESOL Quarterly (1998)
In this article we report on the experience of investigating reflective teaching and professional development...
Reflective Teaching: Situating Our Stories, Asian Journal of English Language Teaching (1997)
This paper combines the research tradition of the literature review and the literary device of...
Exploring Second Language Classroom Research: A Comprehensive Guide (with David Nunan) (2009)
Research on ESL in U.S. Community Colleges: People, Programs, and Potential (with Maricel G. Santos) (2009)
Pursuing Professional Development: The Self As Source (with Andy Curtis and David Nunan) (2001)
Contributions to Books
How the Experience of Leadership Changes Leaders (with Jaala A. Thibault and David Nunan), Leadership in English Language Education: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Skills for Changing Times (2009)
Passing on the Light: Encouragement as a Leadership Skill, Leadership in English Language Teaching and Learning (2008)
Diary Studies of Classroom Language Learning: The Doubting Game and the Believing Game, In: Sadtono, Eugenius, Ed. Language Acquisition and the Second/Foreign Language Classroom. Anthology Series 28; see FL 021 883. (1991)
A discussion of diary studies, research on second language learning and teaching that uses student...