Manjinder previously worked as a teacher of secondary Mathematics for ten years in multicultural, city schools, in Norwich and Bristol. She has been working with trainee teachers for almost ten years in a number of higher education institutions, including University of East Anglia, University of Sheffield and University of Manchester. Her doctorate research is about problem-solving and involves her PGCE mathematics students and their school-based mentors. She is co-author of the chapter ‘Learning to teach mathematics in a multicultural society’ in the book Mentoring Mathematics Teachers: Supporting and Inspiring Pre-Service and Newly Qualified Teachers.
Working atmosphere in the secondary mathematics classroom: When things do not work according to the lesson plan,
in Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics.
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