About

Catherine

Catherine Jones is a senior at Kenyon College, double majoring in Film and English with a concentration in creative writing. She has experience editing and publishing as an associate for the Kenyon Review literary magazine. She also enjoys assisting the Introduction to Film course at Kenyon, and works as an equipment facilitator for the Wright Film Center. Catherine is focused on an integrative approach to teaching and learning that meets the needs of each child. Rarely is she happier than when she is reading a new book. She specializes in speculative fiction, British Romanticism, and screenwriting. She is passionate about film theory and can spend hours discussing form vs. style or re-examining the Western genre through anthropological and post-colonial perspectives. In her free time she is devoted to making claymations, and inevitably remaking those claymations when her dog Charlie finds and destroys them.

Three words to describe me...

Direct
Supportive
Easygoing

I prefer to teach in a

student-led

or

,

kinesthetic

,

, or

, or

style.

How I spend my free time

community service
dance
drawing
animals