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.

All Publications

Biza, I., Nardi, E., Thoma, A., Kayali, L., Cook, T., Hughes, E., Wolsey, R., Joel, G., Jagdev, M.


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.

British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics

(Conference contribution)