Hoyun Cho | Capital University, Columbus Ohio
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  • Hoyun Cho, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

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    Contact

    Education
    Ruff Learning Center
    212

    614-236-6260
    hcho1416@capital.edu

    • Classes

      Math 140
      Math 141
      EDUC 243
      EDUC 315
      EDUC 353
      EDUC 357
      EDUC 353 (4/5th Endorsement)
      EDUC 512
      EDUC 522

    • Biography

      Dr. Hoyun Cho is an associate professor of education, specializing in mathematics education, in the School of Education at Capital University. His current research centers on the role of teacher and curriculum in mathematics instruction.

      He served as the co-editor of the popular Cartoon Corner Department in Mathematics Teaching in Middles School Journal at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and a committee member of the Ohio Department of Education Mathematics Standards Revision 5-9 Grade Working Group and Model Curriculum Writing Group.

    • Degrees Earned

      Ph.D. in Mathematics Education / Columbia University, New York City

      M. Phil. Mathematics Education / Columbia University Teachers College, New York City

      M.A. Mathematics Education, Concentration: Secondary Mathematics Education / Western Michigan University

      B.S. Mathematics (Magna cum Laude) Mathematics / Saginaw Valley State University

    • Publications

      Daoud, N., Conrad, B. C., & Cho, H. (2022). Becoming: The story of first year teachers’ student teaching in the time of uncertainty and its impact on their first year of teaching. School- University Partnerships, 15(1), 145-164.

      Colen, J., Yeo, S., Kwon, N., Cho, H., & Kim, J. (2021). Teaching Moves for Students' Mathematical Proficiencies in Multiplication Lessons. Journal of Korean Society Mathematics Education Series D: Research in Mathematics Education, 24(4), 279-312.

      Cho, H., Kessler, J., Ostroski, K., Powers, J., & Turnbull, S. (2018). Have a Slice of Pizza. Mathematics Teaching in The Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics). (with Capital Students – EDUC 353/357).

      Cho, H. & Hardgrove, D. (2017). El Niño and Snowfall. Mathematics Teaching in Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 22(7), 448. (with Capital Student – EDUC 353/357)

      Cho, H. (2017). Check the Math in the News. Mathematics Teaching in Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 22(6), 384.

      Cho, H, Kisner, A., Kunkel, J., & May, K. (2016). Chivalry, at Least “Math Chivalry,” Is Not Dead! Mathematics Teaching in Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 22(3), 138-141. (with Capital Students – EDUC 353/357).

      Cho, H. & Osborne, C. (2016). Personal Timeline. Teaching Children Mathematics (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 23(2), 120.

      Cho, H. (2016). A Fare Deal. Mathematics Teaching in Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 21(8), 512.

      Cho, H., Osborne, C., Sanders, T., & Park, K. (2015). Multidimensional Teaching: Thoughtful Ways of Creating a Flipped Classroom. The Korean Journal of Mathematics, 23(1), 93-144.

      Cho, H., Osborne, C., & Sanders, T. (2015). Classroom Experience about Cartooning as Assessment in Pre-service Mathematics Content Course. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 6(1), 45-53.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2015). Building a Positive Mathematics Community. Mathematics Teaching in The Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 20(8), 499-502.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2015). Cartoons in Middle School Classrooms. Mathematics Teaching in The Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 20(5), 304-307.

      Cho, H. (2014). Taxicab Geometry in New York City. Mathematics Teaching in The Middle School (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 20(4), 256, 1-2.

      Cho, H. (2014). What is Finger Multiplication? Beyond Base 10. Mathematics in Michigan Journal (Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics), 47(1), 10-12.

      Cho, H. (2014). The Cartoon Activity as Teaching Aid in College Mathematics Course. The New York State Mathematics Teachers’ Journal, 63(3), 114-118.

      Cho, H. (2013). Equity in Mathematics Assessment. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 3(2), 96-98.

      Cho, H. (2013). Lesson Study in Curriculum Development with Comic Strips. The New Jersey Mathematics Teacher Journal, 71(1), 20-26.

    • Presentations

      Cho, H., Yeo, S., & Colen, J. (2022). Identifying Mathematical Task Features: A Framework for Analyzing Task Enactment. Presented at the 2022 American Mathematics Teacher Education Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

      Daoud, N., Conrad, B. C., Cho, H., Reed, J., Dalton, S., Adnan, M., & Zebrowski, K. (2022). Teaching in the time of uncertainty: Voices of first year teachers. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators, Chicago, IL.

      Cho, H. (2021). Challenging Math Tasks for Teaching Through Problem Solving Approach. Presented at the 14th International Congress on Mathematical Education. Shanghai, China.

      Cho, H. (2021). Preservice Teacher’s Experience on Three Act Math Task Project. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2021 Virtual Conference.

      Yeo, S., Kim, J., Kwon, N., Cho, H., Colen, J., & Lim, Y. (2020). Development of Enacted Task Framework in Mathematics Classroom. 2020 International Conference of Korean Society Mathematics Education. Seoul, Korea.

      Yeo, S., Kim, J., Kwon, N., Colen, J., Lim, Y., & Cho, H. (2020). The Development of Constructive Mathematics Task Framework. 2020 Hawaii International Conference in Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2020). Learn How to Implement Tasks that Promotes Problem Solving, Reasoning and Meaningful Discourse. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Centennial Annual Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL.

      Cho, H. (2019). How to Build Positive Math Community. Presentation at Ohio Council of Mathematics Teacher the 69th Annual Conference. Sandusky, OH.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2019). Rich Tasks That Connect to a Student’s Real World. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2019 Regional Conference. Nashville, TN.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2019). Rich Tasks That Connect to a Student’s Real World. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2019 Regional Conference. Boston, MA.

      Conrad, B. & Cho, H. (2018). The Tales from the Classroom Project: Collaborating with Educational Scholars and K-12 Educators to Make a Tangible Impact in Schools. Presentation at Ohio Confederation of Teacher Education Organizations 2019 Spring Conference. Dublin, OH.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2018). Rich Tasks That Promote Critical Thinking, Coherent Discourse, and Classroom Community. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Regional Conference. Kansas City, KS.

      Cho, H. (2018). Teaching Mathematics with Cartoon/Comic Strip. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Regional Conference. Kansas City, KS.

      Cho, H. & Lawrence, G. (2018). Rich Tasks That Promote Critical Thinking, Coherent Discourse, and Classroom Community. Presentation at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2018 Regional Conference. Seattle, WA.