Dominique Russell

Dominique Russell

Dominique Russell is the editorial assistant of Teacher.

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Top tips for preventing dehydration
Top tips for preventing dehydration

We’ve all been told we should be aiming to drink eight glasses of water each day. But, how accurate is this recommendation? In this article, we speak with Dr Dominique Condo, Senior Lecturer in Sports Nutrition at Deakin University and Performance Dietician at the Richmond Football Club about preventing dehydration.

Student STEAM projects solving community needs
Student STEAM projects solving community needs

Helping students to develop their skills in the general capabilities is essential for preparing them to succeed in a modern society. At St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth, Western Australia, primary school students are given these opportunities through the school’s STEAM program.

Is lunchtime at school long enough for students?
Is lunchtime at school long enough for students?

As a primary school teacher, are you aware of how many students in your class are finishing their lunch each day? How many are taking food back home? New Australian research has found that most primary school students have just 10 minutes to eat their lunch during the school day. Find out more in today’s article.

Foods that support heart health
Foods that support heart health

Understanding your diet and implementing healthy eating habits can be an empowering way to take charge of your heart health. Here, we speak with Senior Food and Nutrition Advisor at the Heart Foundation, Jemma O’Hanlon, about the foods and eating habits that can promote heart health.

Hearty minestrone soup
Hearty minestrone soup

‘Finally in Victoria, we are settling into some cooler weather which always has me craving a warm, nourishing bowl of soup. Minestrone soup is my favourite, mostly because of how flexible the recipe is.’ Editorial Assistant for Teacher, Dominique Russell, shares her recipe for Minestrone soup.

Providing purposeful feedback to teachers
Providing purposeful feedback to teachers

When you last received feedback on your practice, were you given actionable steps to help you improve? A new large-scale study which analysed written feedback provided to early-career teachers in the US has found that receiving goal-setting and actionable feedback is rare.

Infographic: To me, wellbeing means…
Infographic: To me, wellbeing means…

In our annual reader survey we ask you to finish the sentence ‘to me, wellbeing means…’. In this infographic, we share some of your responses.

Types of grief and how they impact our wellbeing
Types of grief and how they impact our wellbeing

Grief caused by bereavement is something we will all encounter at some point in our lives, but there are also many other different types of grief and loss that we can experience – whether it’s the loss of a pet, having a sick or elderly relative, or grief caused by natural disasters. Here, we look at the different types of grief and loss and how they can impact our overall wellbeing.

Infographic: Schools in 2021
Infographic: Schools in 2021

How many students were enrolled in how many schools across Australia throughout 2021? How many full-time equivalent staff members? What was the average student-teacher ratio? Find out what schools looked like in 2021 in today’s infographic.

School Improvement Episode 38: Acting on student feedback
School Improvement Episode 38: Acting on student feedback

How effectively are you acting on feedback given to you by students? In this episode of School Improvement, we speak with Dr Ilana Finefter-Rosenbluh about her recent research into the impact of student perception surveys on teachers’ practice, and she shares some strategies teachers and schools can employ in order to improve their practice in this area.