Danielle Meloney

Danielle Meloney

Danielle Meloney is a former Editorial Assistant of Teacher.

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Infographic: Declining maths participation

The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute has highlighted a slide in Year 12 high-level mathematics participation over the past 20 years.

Action Research Episode 1: Peer assessment in Mathematics
Action Research Episode 1: Peer assessment in Mathematics

Can peer assessment techniques help improve pass rates and student learning outcomes? According to one educator’s action research, the answer is yes.

Education quotes from 2015
Education quotes from 2015

To celebrate the end of another year, the Teacher team looks back on some of our favourite quotes from interviewees.

Ways of thinking – embedding the digital technologies curriculum
Ways of thinking – embedding the digital technologies curriculum

Paula Christophersen discusses the new digital technologies curriculum – what teachers need to know and what resources are needed.

Catching up struggling readers
Catching up struggling readers

 A pilot study has helped struggling youngsters in Australia, with participating students achieving an average reading age gain of 15 months in six months.

Infographic: Formats of writing outside school

What do children and young people most commonly write outside school time? The National Literacy Trust UK recently explored.

Inspirational teachers: John Hattie, Julia Gillard, Dylan Wiliam and Nancie Atwell
Inspirational teachers: John Hattie, Julia Gillard, Dylan Wiliam and Nancie Atwell

To mark World Teachers' Day in Australia, we asked four key figures one question – who was your most inspirational teacher while you were at school, and why?

Inquiry in history
Inquiry in history

How inquiry learning and film editing has helped students at this school gain an understanding in history.

Teacher readers share advice: Part 2
Teacher readers share advice: Part 2

‘It's about student progress - ensuring each child is constantly improving.’ We asked Teacher readers one question – if you could share one piece of advice with a colleague, what would it be? 

Infographic: Time online and attendance and wellbeing

Is there a link between time spent online and wellbeing and attendance? A recent OECD report explored.

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