Su-Je Cho

Su-Je Cho - SM

Ph.D.

Professor
Curriculum and Teaching

113 West 60th Street
Room 1103C
212-636-6444
scho@fordham.edu

Cho is Chair of the Division of Curriculum and Teaching, and Professor of Childhood Special Education in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University.

  • Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
    M.A., California State University, Los Angeles
    B.A., Dong-Ah University, Busan, Korea

  • * Training educators and families in assessment and interventions for children with challenging behaviors

    * Asian familiies and children with and without disabilities

  • Cho, S., Doyle, K., & Rittenhouse-Cea, H. (2019). Infusing evidence-based practice in pre-service preparation program for teachers of English Language Learners. Journal of Multilingual Education Research, 8(6), 37-59.

    Ding, Y., Cho, S., Wong, J., & Yu, Q. (2019). Training of bilingual school psychologists in the United States: A culturally and linguistically responsive approach. School Psychology International, 40(3), 235-250.

    Rittenhouse-Cea, H. & Cho, S. (2018). Effects of instructor training on language outcomes of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Special Education.

    Cho, S., & Blair, K. C. (2016). Using a multicomponent function-based intervention to support students with ADHD. Journal of Special Education, 1-12.

  • Ph.D. Courses

    • Advanced Study on Problems and Issues in Special Education (CTGE 7570)
    • Seminar: Language Disorders (CTGE 7470)
    • The Cognitive Bases of Reading (CTGE 7592)

    M.S.T. and M.S.E. Courses

    • Environments for Managing Challenging Behavior (PGSE 6324)
    • Family, Community and All Young Children (CTGE 5234)
    • Including Exceptional Students (CTGE 5154)
    • Psychological Factors of Children with Disabilities (PSGE 5500)