My academic endeavours.
"Centering Girls' (Media-making) Stories: A Pandemic Exploration of Video Storytellers and their Practices, Personas, and Projects" (forthcoming)
Master's Creative Project:
"Informational Video Storytelling For Children, By Children: Exploring new directions in learning and making media in the classroom"
Research Assistant. Various projects and publications relating to girls' development, education, and wellness. Chandaria Research Centre/ Branksome Hall, 2018 - 2020.
Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation for Girls
The Road After: A Longitudinal Study
Research Assistant/ Interviewer. Project: Shifting Grounds Conference. Institute for Research on Digital Learning (IRDL) York University, 2019
Research Assistant. Project: Upskilling for 21st Century. IRDL, York University, 2019.
Research Assistant/Video Producer. Project: Playing 2 Learn| CODE/IRDL, York University, 2016.
Graduate Assistant. Project: The Canadian Delegation Documentary. Infoscape Lab, Ryerson University, 2016.
Writing Centre Tutor, Ryerson University, 2000-2001.
Presentation: Centering and Supporting Girls' Video-Storytelling: reflections on a feminist-informed extracurricular pilot program and research study, EdMedia + Innovate Learning Conference, New York, 2022.
Article: Access to technology is the major challenge”: Teacher perspectives on barriers to DGBL in K-12 classrooms
C Hébert, J Jenson, T Terzopoulos
E-Learning and Digital Media, 2021.
Literature Review: K-12 Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation for Girls. Chandaria Research Centre, Branksome Hall, 2021.
Research Brief: Rethinking Stress for Youth in All-Girls’ School. Chandaria Research Centre, Branksome Hall, 2019.
Presentation: Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR), A Primer. Branksome Hall. Toronto, 2019.
Presentation: Body Politics and Girls. Branksome Hall. Toronto, 2018.
Presentation/Conference Proceedings: Informational Video Storytelling for Children by Children: Exploring New Directions in Learning and Making Media in the Classroom. ICERI (International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation). Seville, 2018.
Presentation: Informational Video Storytelling for Children by Children: Exploring New Directions in Learning and Making Media in the Classroom. NAMLE (National Association for Media Literacy Education). Roosevelt University, Chicago, 2017.
Creative Project: Averie and her bicycle: An Interactive Adventure (Non-linear, experimental children’s video project) Ryerson University/ York University. Toronto, 2016.
Presentation: The decline of tween educational TV programming in Canada. Future Communications conference. Ryerson University/ York University, Toronto, 2015.
Assistant Professor (tenure track), RTA School of Media, Toronto Metropolitan (formerly Ryerson) University, 2021 - present.
Courses taught: Creative Processes/Media Message Design, Introduction to Multi-Cam Production, Special Topics: Youth, Media, and Co-Creation.
Course Director. Course: New Media Literacies and Culture (undergraduate), Faculty of Education, York University, 2020.
Teaching Assistant. Course: Research Into Practice (undergraduate), Faculty of Education. York University, 2018-2021.
Teaching Assistant. Course: Child Health and Development (undergraduate), Faculty of Education, York University, 2017.
Marker/Grader. Course: Media Internship (undergraduate), Media Production program, Ryerson University, 2018.
Guest Lecturer. Topic: Media, Education and Society. Course: Sociology of Education (undergraduate), Ryerson University, 2016.
Graduate Assistant. Course: Sociology of Education (undergraduate), Ryerson University, 2016.