Researcher biography

Dr Danielle Armour is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Queensland. She has cultural links to Kamilaroi Country in Northern NSW through her paternal Grandmother. Danielle's research area is in Aboriginal education, and she has been involved in longitudinal mathematical research projects. Her research explores the complexities of working in between Indigenous and Western knowledge systems particularly in education settings. Danielle has expertise in working with community to ensure culturally responsive pedagogies are included in the school setting. Through this work, Danielle has had the opportunity to co-design research projects with Elders and community members. Prior to undertaking a role within the university sector, Danielle worked as a teacher both within urban and very remote settings.