1. Lesley Wong, Yu-Ling Lee, Kshamta Hunter. (2021). Changing the landscape: STEM educational reform through cross-disciplinary approaches. STEM 2021, Vancouver, Canada.

2. Lesley Wong, Amanda Fritzlan, Kshamta Hunter, Nicole Lee, Yu-Ling Lee, Patricia Liu Baergen, Margaret O’Sullivan, Joanne Price, Joanne Ursino. (2021). Emerging Voices in Conversation with the Words of Ted T. Aoki. Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Edmonton, Canada.

3. Lesley Wong, Yu-Ling Lee. (2020). STEM as Integrated Part of Inquiry Rich Learning. STEM 2020, Vancouver, Canada. Note: cancelled due to COVID-19.

4. Norm Friesen, Yu-Ling Lee. (2017). Eugen Fink and the education beyond the “human”. Philosophy of Education Society, Seattle, United States.

5. Stephen Petrina, Norm Friesen, Yu-Ling Lee. (2017). The historiography of curriculum: The cases of Ramus, Amesius, and Comenius. Society for the Study of Curriculum History, San Antonio, United States.

6. Yu-Ling Lee. (2016). Discerning a temporal philosophy of education. 2016 Philosophy of Education Society, Toronto, Canada.

7. Stephen Petrina, Franc Feng, Yu-Ling Lee. (2016). On the historiography of curriculum: The legend of Petrus Ramus. American Educational Research Association conference, Washington D.C., United States.

8. Paula MacDowell, Stephen Petrina, Yu-Ling Lee, Leslie Liu, Stella Namae, Rachel Ralph, Yifei Wang. (2016). Designification of learning. Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Calgary, Canada.

9. Yu-Ling Lee. (2015). Curriculum as technological and theological text. American Educational Research Association conference, Chicago, United States.

10. Marila Gutica, Yu-Ling Lee, Leslie Liu, Rachel Ralph, PJ Rusnak, Yifei Wang, Jennifer Zhao, Stephen Petrina. (2015). Media, technology, and design-based research 2.0. Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies conference, Vancouver, Canada.

11. Stephen Petrina, Franc Feng, Yu-Ling Lee. (2015). Technotheocurriculum. Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, Vancouver, Canada.

12. Stephen Petrina, Franc Feng, Mirela Gutica, Peter Halim, Yu-Ling Lee, PJ Rusnak, Yeefei Wang, Jennifer Zhao. (2014). Design and engineering cognition and design-based research. STEM 2014, Vancouver, Canada.


1. Lee, Y. (2022). Co-creating educational YouTube videos as a community of inquiry. Scholarly and Research Communication, 13(2).

2. Lee, Y. (2017). Lingering on Aoki’s bridge: Reconceptualizing Ted Aoki as curricular techno- theologian. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. 31(3), 18-30.

3. Lee, Y. (2017). Discerning a temporal philosophy of education: Understanding the gap between past and future through Augustine, Heidegger, and Huebner. Philosophy of Education 2016, 242-249.

4. Lee, Y. (2013). The technologizing of faith: An ethnographic study of Christian university students using online technology. Christian Education journal, 10(1), 125-138.

Book Chapters

1. Jule, A., Kirstjansson, C., Lee, Y., & Mirchandani, K. (in press). “Who am I now?”: Spirituality in a faith-based teacher education program in Canada. In M. Lin, & T. A. Lucey (Eds.). Rekindling Embers of the Soul: An examination of spirituality in teacher education. IAP.

2. Ralph, R., MacDowell, P., Lee, Y., & Ng, D. (2022). STEM education for girls: Perspectives of teachers during a makeathon. Reprint in I. Management Association (Ed.), Research Anthology on Makerspaces and 3D Printing in Education (pp. 584-601). IGI Global.

3. Lee, Y. (2022). Lingering notes: Sounds of learning in teacher education. In N. Y. S. Lee, L. E. Wong, & J. M. Ursino (Eds.), Lingering with the works of Ted T. Aoki: Historical and contemporary significance for curriculum research and practice (pp. 175-185). Routledge.

4. Ralph, R., MacDowell, P., Lee, Y., & Ng, D. (2020). STEM education for girls: Perspectives of teachers during a makeathon. P. Keough (Ed.) Overcoming Current Challenges in the P-12 Teaching Profession (pp. 73-95). IGI Global.

5. Lee, Y. (2019). Technotheological curricular spaces: Encountering the circus, cathedral, and bridge. In T. Strong-Wilson, C. Ehret, D. Lewkowich, & S. Chang-Kredl (Eds.). Provoking Curriculum Encounters Across Educational Experience: New Engagements with the Curriculum Theory Archive (pp. 42-56). Routledge.

6. Lee Y. (2019). Assembling technology teacher education: Translating technological skills into educational praxis. In K. Nolan, & J. Tupper (Eds.). Social Theory for Teacher Education Research (pp. 69-86). Bloomsbury.

7. Lee Y., & Petrina S. (2018). Hacking minds. In B. Smith, N. Ng-A-Fook, L. Radford, & S. Pratt (Eds.). Hacking Education in a Digital Age: Teacher Education, Curriculum, and Literacies (pp. 15-36). IAP.