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 (3cr) – Integrated Mathematics I

      MATH 141 (3cr) – Integrated Mathematics II

      EDUC 315 (3cr) – Early Childhood Mathematics Pedagogy

      EDUC 353 (2cr) – Middle Childhood Mathematics Pedagogy

      EDUC 357 (2cr) – Adult Young Adolescent Mathematics Pedagogy

      EDUC 353 (2cr) – Middle Childhood Mathematics Pedagogy (4/5th Endorsement)

      Praxis Core Mathematics Tutoring

      Student Teaching Supervision

    • Biography

      Dr. Hoyun Cho is an associate professor of education, specializing in mathematics education, in the School of Education at Capital University.

      Dr. Cho's current research centers on the role of teacher and curriculum in mathematics instruction. Particularly, he is interested in:

      •  Teachers’ content knowledge being grounded in both a deep understanding of mathematics as a discipline as well as the actual work of teaching
      •  The design and implementation of curriculum for prospective elementary and secondary mathematics teachers
      •  Teacher knowledge and capacity needed for using curricular resources effectively to teach mathematics
      •  The use of both technological and non-technological tools to support teaching and learning mathematics

      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 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, 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 and Scholarship

      Cho, H. (2019, March 27). Helping Kids Fall in Love with Math – I Love Math Day. Retrieved from talesfromtheclassroom.com/

      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), 512-512

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

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