I have completed my PhD in Education at Concordia University. I currently hold a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship from Mitacs. I was the recipient of a two-year Social Sciences Research Council of Canada doctoral fellowship (2014-2016), David Azrieli Graduate Fellowship in 2013, and Judy and Morris Fish’s Graduate Scholarship in Education in 2012. My pedagogical interest is grounded in both the theoretical and practical processes impacting the development of school curricula, specifically the integration of computer technologies therein. My professional experience has also included bringing practitioner/policy-maker perspectives to the issue of integrating digital technologies in educational environments. during the academic year 2013-2014, I was a research associate for the Advisory Board on English Education for the preparation of their advice to the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sport on the integration of technology across the nine Québec English school boards.