Dominika Majewska

Dominika Majewska

Dominika Majewska

I joined Cambridge University Press and Assessment in 2018 as a Research Assistant to the Cambridge Maths team. I explored various areas of mathematics education, such as perceptions of existing definitions of mathematical key terms and what can support English as an Additional Language (EAL) learners in mathematics lessons.

I am interested in a broad range of issues related to education and psychology, including but not limited to international curricula and education systems, higher education and research that can be used to support teachers and students. My recent projects include a large-scale comparison of mathematics education in England and the US.

After finishing a BSc in Psychology at Royal Holloway University of London, I completed a PGCE in Psychology (14-19) at the University of Sussex and taught Social Sciences at a secondary school for a short time. I then completed a Master’s degree in Research Methods in Psychology at the University of Kent.

In my spare time I provide academic support to A Level students studying Social Sciences, enjoy spending time with my family, walking my dog, and reading.

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