Sunyoung Kim, PhD
Assistant Professor of Special Education
Building & Room:
1040 W. Harrison St. (M/C 147), Chicago, IL 60607
Dr. Kim's primary research centers on two strands: (a) interventions for social behaviors and peer relationships of students with autism and other developmental disabilities in inclusive environments, and (b) qualitative examinations of cultural responsiveness in evidence-based interventions for children with disabilities and their families, including those from diverse racial/ethnic and linguistic backgrounds.
McDaniel, S. C., & Kim, S., Kwan, D., & Choi, Y-J.(In Press). Stakeholder perceptions of contextual factors related to PBIS Implementation in high need schools, Journal of Children and Poverty.(Impact Factor= 0.307 by Scimago Journal & Country Rank [SJR]).
McLeod, R., Kim, S.,& Resua, K. (2018). Effects of video and email feedback on pre-service teachers’ use of recommended practices. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. Advance online publication (IF= 1.003 by SJR).
Kim, S.(2017). Implementing a pivotal response social skills intervention with Korean-American children with autism. Advance online publication. (IF = 0.969 by the publisher)
McLeod, R., Kim, S., Tomek, T., & McDaniel, S. (2017). Effects of a summer school-readiness programme on measures of literacy and behaviour growth. Early Child Development and Care. Advance online publication (IF = 0.824).
PhD Special Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Minor: Research Methodology)
MEd Early Childhood Special Education, University of Texas at Austin