Book chapters

  • Tancredi, S., Chen, R. S. Y., Krause, C., & Siu, Y. (in press). (Invited contribution) The Need for SpEED: Reimagining Accessibility through Special Education Embodied Design. In S. L. Macrine, J.M.B. Fugate (Eds.), Movement matters: How Embodied Cognition informs teaching and learning.
  • Streeck, J. & Chen, R. S. Y. (in review) (Invited contribution). On the blindism spectrum: rhythmic attunement among blind children. In B. Due (Eds.), Blind interaction.
  • Yu, B., & Chen, R. S. Y. (in review). Social communication and language development in diverse learners on the autism spectrum. In P. J. Wolfberg & K. D. Buron (Eds.). Learners on the Autism Spectrum: Preparing highly qualified educators and related practitioners—Instructor manual. Kansas: AAPC Publishing.
  • Abrahamson, D., Tancredi, S., Chen, R. S. Y., Flood, V. J., & Dutton, E., (in review). Embodied Design of Digital Resources for Mathematics Education: Theory, Methodology, and Framework of a Pedagogical Research Program. In Routledge Handbook of Digital Resources for Mathematics Education
  • Sterponi, L., & Chen, R. S. Y. (2020). Situating Autistic emotionality in interactional, sociocultural, and political contexts. In S. E. Pritzker, J. Fenigsen & J. M. Wilce (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Language and Emotion (pp.273-284). NY, USA: Routledge.