As a freelance educational journalist , Terez writes about the latest contemporary issues of education in global. Her publications can be found in several Hungarian educational online and printed journals, namely Parlando, Új Pedagógiai Szemle (New Pedagogical Journal), Neveléstudomány (EducationsResearch). They include interviews, panel discussions, reports, video presentations in the area of art education, innovation and digitization. She gives presentation at conferences for the academia and business, foundations as well as research groups. Assignments include providing educations consultancy for T-Systems Hungary in high-scale educational projects with the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources in 2016-2017. She is the member of the educational innovation research group, INNOVA at ELTE University, Budapest. Terez also teaches corporate workers providing training in English business communication for them. In 2016 she received Majzik-award from the National Pedagogical Society for her writings.
The Kodály philosophy has broaden her horizon and profoundly shaped her identity. After publishing her first Kodály paper in 2017, Terez visited Kodály Summer School in Brisbane in 2018 and later in 2019. Her mission is to explore and show how Kodály philosophy and vision is interpreted and put into practice in a very different societal, cultural and educational settings from the original and the present Hungarian context. As a result, she has published interviews with James Cuskelly and Summer School teachers and students as well as essays from him in English and Hungarian at Parlando journal. In order to enrich the Hungarian Kodály literature, she strives to open up the scope for educations innovation concept in the Kodály research.