Curriculum and Teaching
113 West 60th Street
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.
- 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)