Currently in the MA Media Studies program at Concordia
BA in Early Childhood and Elementary Education with Distinction from Concordia (2006)
Guillaume Jabbour began his MA in Media Studies at Concordia University in 2022 after being away from academia for 16 years. His research involves sound walking as a means of building intergenerational bridges and community. A community artist, Jabbour facilitates music and sound workshops in schools, leads a digital storytelling project with seniors and a social justice music project near his Laurentians home. He also manages the ELAN ArtistsInspire Grants project, pairing English Quebec schools and Artists, and plays in a few long standing Quebec roots bands.
Presenting MA work in progress at the 2023 Emerging Scholars Symposium
Osana, H. P., Carliner, S., Jabbour, G. W., & Desrosiers, C. (2010.) ’Rithmetic and readiness: Exploring the effects of meaningful professional development on three elementary mathematics teachers. Journal of Applied Research on Learning. 3(Article 8). Viewed at http://www.ccl-cca.ca/pdfs/JARL/Jarl-Vol3Article8.pdf.
Osana, H. P., Lacroix, G. L., Tucker, B. J., Idan, E., & Jabbour, G. W. (2007). The impact of print exposure quality and inference construction on syllogistic reasoning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99(4), 888–902. https://doi-org.lib-ezproxy.concordia.ca/10.1037/0022-06184.108.40.2068