College of Education & Human Services

Andrea M. Hyde, Ph.D.

Boh Young Lee, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Early Childhood Education

Department: School of Education
Room: Horrabin Hall 56
Research Areas: Early Childhood Education, Curriculum, Assessment, Diversity, and Early Language and literacy development

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About Me

Dr. Boh Young Lee received her M.Ed. degree in Early Childhood Education and then her doctorate in Human Development and Family Science at the University of Georgia. Her areas of specialization include early childhood education, curriculum, assessment, diversity, and early language and literacy development. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students in the early childhood education program, working with pre-service and in-service teachers. She received grants to support incumbent workers in early childhood education settings in getting their degrees and Gateways credentials. She has also participated in statewide taskforce committees involving curriculum and professional development.


Ph.D., University of Georgia
Department of Human Development and Family Science

M.Ed., University of Georgia
Department of Early Childhood Education

Research and Publications

Boh Young Lee (2013) Heritage language maintenance and cultural identity formation: the case of Korean immigrant parents and their children in the USA, Early Child Development and Care, 183:11, 1576-1588, DOI: 10.1080/03004430.2012.741125

Boh Young Lee (2017) Facilitating Reading Habits and Creating Peer Culture in Shared Book Reading: An Exploratory Case Study in a Toddler Classroom. Early Childhood Education Journal, 45, 521–527. DOI: 10.1007/s10643-016-0782-1

Boh Young Lee (2023) Integrating iPads Into Early Childhood Classrooms, Childhood Education, 99:3, 58-65, DOI: 10.1080/00094056.2023.2212563