Bae, Young Seh (ysb2102) | Teachers College Columbia University

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Bae, Young Seh
Adjunct Assistant Professor of English Education
Health & Behavior Studies

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Educational Background

Doctor of Philosophy, Focus on Intellectual Disability and Autism
Teachers College, Columbia University, Department of Health and Behavioral Studies, New York, NY

Master of Science in Special Education, Major in Special Education in Childhood Education 
The City University of New York, Department of Education, College of Staten Island (CSI), Staten Island, NY


Master of Art in Business Education in Higher Education
New York University, Department of Business Education, School of Education, New York, NY 


Bachelor of Art in Business Administration
EWHA Womans University, Seoul, Korea


Scholarly Interests

  • Computer and technology curriculum model for students with severe emotional disorders, specificlearning disabilities and developmental disabilities.
  • Mathematics education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Mathematics education for students with learning disability

Selected Publications

Bae, Y. S., Chiang, H. M., & Hickson, L. (2015). Mathematical Word Problem Solving Ability of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their Typically Developing Peers. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 1-9.

Tournaki, N., Bae, Y. S., & Kerekes, J. (2008). Rekenrek: A Manipulative Used to Teach Addition and Subtraction to Students with Learning Disabilities. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal, 6(2), 41-59.

Bae, Y.S. (May, 2014). Standard-based reform in the U.S. and its impact on special education instructional supports, The 21th International Seminar, Ministry of Education, Republic of Korea, National Institute for Special Education (KNISE), Asan, South Korea.

Bae, Y.S. (April, 2014). Factors associated with word problems solving of students with ASDs and their typical peers. Presented at the Conversations in Special Education Symposia, St. Johns University, Department of Human Services and Counseling, School of Education, Queens, NY.

Bae, Y.S. (October, 2013). Word problems solving of higher functioning students with ASDs.
Presented at the Annual Convention of the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC), New York State Federation, Melville, NY.

Bae, Y.S. (November, 2013). Parents’ involvement and contributions to special education in
The U.S. Keynote Speech presented at the Annual Gala, Virginia Korean-American Disabled People’s Association, Fairfax, VA.

Bae, Y.S. (June, 2013). Education and services for adults and adolescents with developmental disability. Lecture conducted for the Korean-American Behavioral Health Association, Developmental Disabilities Conference funded by the New York State Developmental Disability Planning Council, Flushing, NY.

Bae, Y.S. & Dell, J. (October, 2009). General education teachers' attitudes toward inclusion and the effects of in-service training. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC), New York State Federation, Buffalo, NY.

Bae, Y.S. (May, 2009). Schema-based word problem solving for students with disabilities.
Presented at the City University of New York, 2nd Annual Mathematics Connections Conference, The Education Department of the College of Staten Island and The Murphy Institute, Staten Island, NY.

Tournaki, N., Bae, Y. S., & Kerekes, J. (November, 2007). Arithmetic rack: a new mathematics manipulative for students with learning disabilities, Presented at the Council of Exceptional Children (CEC), New York State Federation, Annual Convention, Albany, NY.



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