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  • Member of the Research Group on Education and Media (GRUPEM) at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, since 2011. Research and publishes on: children's and youth cinema, media education, "ciné-clubs" and school-produced videos. She w...More


  • Escola Oga Mitá
    • Ensino Fundamental II (Elementary school)
    • Elementary school teacher: Media Literacy
    • February 2014 to Present

    She guides elementary school students in the creation and execution of written and audiovisual media projects.

  • Rio de Janeiro Int'l Film Festival
    • Generation Programme
    • Producer
    • August 2002 to October 2013

    Produced film sessions, practical workshops and debates for children, youngsters and educators for the Generation Programme, the section at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (Brazil) which is dedicated to children and teenager.


  • Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
    • PhD in Education
    • March 2015 to June 2019

    With an aesthetic, philosophical and anthropological perspective, her doctoral research proposes special attention to the moving imagens of the video production carried out in educational institutions, analyzing a selection of 251 videos produced by schools in the state of Rio de Janeiro and exhibited in the Generation Programme - the Rio Int’l Film Festival’s Segment for Children and Young People, between the years 2000 and 2014. The study starts from the Benjaminian concept of "dialectic images" understooded as a dynamic that constitutes a critical gaze that look to an image while the observer is also looked by the image (Benjamin). Believing that images can lead us to experience a peculiar kind of knowledge, emerges the relevance of attempting, within the academic context, a sensitive (aesthetic) approach with the school, to contribute to reflections, to the science and the imagination on the educational institutions. Divided into three phases, the main objective of the research is to test a combination of strategies of art, philosophy and social sciences in the construction of knowledge for the educational research field. The first approach of the data collected was a categorization of the empirical material with the aid of quantitative analysis software (ATLAS.ti). Then the researcher follows an analytical path opened by her personal appropriation of the writings of Georges Didi-Huberman. The second phase, which develops concomitantly to the others, is an aesthetic / creative experience of editing parts of the school-produced videos, using montage and remix as investigative and reflexive methods to compose a query instrument that serves two additional objectives: a) to compreheend and to “strange” the image of school that is shared by the videos of this study; b) to conceive “Thought-Images” (Denkbilder) with and from the frames that the schools put into circulation. In a third moment, the author discuss what was visualized, by producing a discourse as a method of deconstructing a point of view and (re) constitution of another gaze-knowledge, a thesis about the school's appearance in the builded material. The Atlas of the School-produced Video: territories of Generation Programme/Rio de Janeiro Int'l Film Festival (2000-2014), composed of a film and an essay, reflects passions and anxieties; emotions and dreams awakened in the encounter with the sample of the studied video-imaginary. Violence; Drugs; Corruption; Pollution; Media and Innovation are issues that occupy the school image formed in the remix produced by the research. It is concluded that video remix is a methodology that supports creation of knowledge in both Media Education and Educational fields, since it is a way to manipulate and, hence, is a form of material engagement with the data. Finally, the researcher states that to see school-produced videos, with responsibility in fact, necessarily is to ask questions to the images that affect us and to imagine with the schools new images to come.

  • Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
    • MA in Education
    • March 2011 to April 2013

    Her MA research investigated nine schools participating in the "Cineclube nas Escolas" project, an educational policy offered by de Municipal Secretariat of Education of Rio de Janeiro that estimulates Film Societies at elementary state schools. Empirical data were produced by participant observation; semi-structered interviews, recorded on audio; the collecting of didatic material and exercises prepared by school teachers, as well as photographic register. The data were fully submitted to Content Analysis proceeding, identifying the conceptions of cinema and education and wich Film Societies' activities are practiced in daily context of the studied policy.

  • Federal Fluminense University (UFF)
    • Bachelor at Comunication - Cinema & Video