Danielle Meloney

Danielle Meloney

Danielle Meloney is a former Editorial Assistant of Teacher.

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Teaching Methods: John Fleming - explicit instruction myths and strategies
Teaching Methods: John Fleming - explicit instruction myths and strategies

Want to use explicit instruction in the classroom but aren’t sure how to approach it? Teacher asked John Fleming for some tips.

Research Files Special: Geoff Masters, Val Shute, Rukmini Banerji
Research Files Special: Geoff Masters, Val Shute, Rukmini Banerji

Stealth assessment, interactive learning environments and assessing literacy and numeracy. In a special podcast, Teacher provides a snapshot of the keynote speeches from Research Conference 2015.

iPad learning journals enhance skills
iPad learning journals enhance skills

How iPad learning journals and success criteria are helping students at this school improve their skills.

Teacher readers share their advice
Teacher readers share their advice

‘Be innovative’, ‘Look after your mental health’. Our survey asked Teacher readers to share advice. Here are some of their tips.

Student access to software resources

Do students in Australia have ready access to software resources in comparison with other countries? A recent report offers some interesting insights.

Building communication skills in Drama
Building communication skills in Drama

In the Drama classroom, this educator uses real-life situations such as mock job interviews to help build her students’ communication skills.

Infographic: Student concerns prior to transition

What do students worry about before transitioning into secondary school? A new study, published in the Australian Journal of Education, provides some interesting insights.

School Improvement Episode 6: Targeted teaching with Peter Goss
School Improvement Episode 6: Targeted teaching with Peter Goss

Teacher chats to Dr Peter Goss about a research paper highlighting schools and education systems that are starting to do targeted teaching in a more systematic way.

Sharing the written word
Sharing the written word

Engaging in discussion about books was something this educator believed would be of benefit to her extension literacy students. So, she began an online shared reading space.

Reinventing the classroom for the digital age
Reinventing the classroom for the digital age

How can we engage girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths? One school is tackling the issue full steam ahead.

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