Dr Danielle Armour - Nat Sch of Education (Faculty of Education and Arts)
Assistant Supervisor – Only eligible to supervise with a fully accredited Principal or Co-supervisor
Danielle is a lecturer at the Melbourne campus. She is a Kamilaroi woman and her cultural links are through her paternal Grandmother. Her research area is in the field of Aboriginal education, in particular Aboriginal knowledges, Aboriginal identity in Western education systems, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers and education officers, primary mathematics and education policy. Her research is underpinned by Indigenous research methodologies and methods.
Danielle has been involved in longitudinal and intervention research projects in early years and primary school mathematics.
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Mathematical discourse practices when engaging in pattern generalisation: Considering semiotic systems in young Indigenous Australian students, in Mathematical discourse that breaks barriers and creates space for marginalized learners (pp. 213-234) Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Working together: Strategies that support cross-cultural engagement of Indigenous teacher assistants working in Indigenous contexts, in Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 44 5: 421-435
Confidence and professional learning: A case study of Indigenous Teacher Assistants attending professional learning, in Joint AARE-NZARE 2014 Conference, Brisbane 2014