At the University of Illinois, I served as a practice supervisor for a teacher training program with severe and multiple disabilities, and worked as an information specialist at the Transition Research Institute (TRI). I developed the national level social studies curriculum and textbook (2007, 2010, 2015 ) and the lifelong education curriculum for people with developmental disabilities. I believe that it is a universal and legitimate right for people with disabilities to have special educational support needs. Research topics include all areas necessary for people with severe and multiple disabilities, focusing on intellectual and physical disabilities, such as curriculum, inclusive education, transition, technology, policy, sexuality education, and lifelong education. Currently, I am serving as an editorial member of Focus on Autism and Other Development Disabilities, President of the Korean Society for Education on Disability with Physical Disability, and Director of Human Rights Counseling at Dankook University.
Teaching and learning for students with severe and multiple disabilities,
Special education technology, Transition Education, Curriculum and Instruction in Special Education, lifelong education, Special Education Policy Studies