Chapters in refereed books/e-books:
Cho, C.L. (2016). No Dreads and Saris Here: The Culture of Teacher Education Conformity and the Need for Diverse Representation Amongst Teaching Staff. In Schmidt, C. and Schneider, J. (Eds.)., Diversifying the Teaching Force in Transnational Contexts: Critical Perspectives (pp. 45-57). Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Cho, C.L. (2014). Lessons on affirming identities in the classroom. In Gosse, D. (Ed.)., Out Proud: Stories of Pride, Courage and Social Justice in Canada (pp. 316-321). St. John’s, NF: Breakwater Books, Ltd. .
Cho, C.L. and Vitale, J.L. (2014). Art that is Heard and Music that is Seen: Cultivating Student Engagement Through Interactive Art Strategies. What Works? Research Into Practice, Ontario Association of Deans of Education. Research Monograph #53, 1-4.
Both authors equally contributed to this article.
What Works? Research into Practice Monograph #53
Cho, C.L. (2014). “How Do I Get In?”: Exploring the Under-Employment of Immigrant Teachers in Canada. In C. Brewer & M. McCabe (Eds.), Immigrant and refugee students in Canada (pp. 261-272). Edmonton, AB: Brush Education Inc.
Cho, C.L.(2013). What Does it Mean to Be a “Canadian” Teacher: Experiences of Immigrant Teacher Candidates. In L. Thomas (Ed.), What is Canadian about Teacher Education in Canada? Multiple Perspectives on Canadian Teacher Education in the Twenty-First Century (pp 38-61). Canadian Association for Teacher Education/Association canadienne pour la formation à l’enseignement. Available on-line: https://sites.google.com/site/cssecate/fall-working-conference
Cho, C.L. & Taylor, L. (2012).Re/mediating Social Justice Education: Using Animation Software to Foster Pre-Service Student Engagement with Equity Issues. In S. Van Nuland & J. Greenlaw (Eds.)., Social Media and Teacher Learning. (pp. 25-36).UOIT E-Press. Oshawa, ON.. Available on-line: http://shared.uoit.ca/shared/faculty/fed/documents/Social%20Media%20and%20Teacher%20Learning.pdf
Re/mediating Social Justice Education article
Papers in refereed journals:
Cho, C.L. (2016). By Design: Perspectives on Flipping a Visual Arts Course. EDULEARN conference proceedings, July 4-6th, 2016, Barcelona, Spain.
Cho, C.L. (2016). Musings on Creativity: Finding Inspiration in Low Places. Musica Est Donum. Available on line: http://musicaestdonum.weebly.com/articles-published-in-2016.html
Musica Est Donum 2016
Cho, C.L. and Tersigni, S. (2014). Teaching for Change: Teacher Candidates’ Anti-Oppression Elementary School Lesson Plans. LEARNING Landscapes: Inclusive Education: Socially Just Perspectives and Practices. 7, (2), pp. 83-100. Available on line:http://www.learninglandscapes.ca/images/documents/ll-no14/ll-no14-cho-tersigni.pdf
Teaching for Change article
Cho, C.L. (2014). “Why Don’t you Canadians Stop Lying to Us Immigrants?”: Immigrant Teacher Candidates’ Experiences with Pre-Service Education and Canada’s Multicultural Act. The International Journal of Diverse Identities, 13 (1), 14-25.
Cho, C.L. (2013). Performing the Innocent Stranger: Exploring Immigrant Identities and Education. Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CIESC): In C. Broom (Ed.)., Citizenship Education Research Network (CERN) Collection 2012. 76-89.
CERN Collection article
Cho, C.L. (2010). “Qualifying” as Teacher: Immigrant Teacher Candidates’ Counter-Stories. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy: Special Issue Educational Policy and Internationally Educated Teachers (IETs), 100. Available on-line: http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/cjeap/
Cho, C.L.. Barrett, S.E. & Solomon, R.P. (2009). Mentorship and Induction: Negotiating a Collaborative Enterprise or Apprenticing for Status Quo Maintenance? In Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 18, 2, 114-130.
Brock Journal article
Cho, C.L. (2008). A Review of “Multicultural Education Policies in Canada and the United States, R. Joshee and L. Johnson (Eds)., in Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 29, 4, 344-345.