PhD, Michigan State University; MSc, University of Zimbabwe
Student and teacher learning (influence of contextual factors and prior knowledge on learning; learning environments, curriculum materials, technology & pedagogical strategies that enhance knowledge integration; student engagement); international education (comparative education and diversity; organisational structure and learning environments; immigration, brain drain and mobile learners)
Dr Manokore has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in education and biological sciences for more than a decade. She has experience in diverse learning environments both as a student and faculty member in Zimbabwe, USA and Canada. She is currently listed as a doctoral external examiner at a number of universities in Africa. She has also served as a board member and reviewer for a number of international science education journals and has a number of publications in the fields of both science and education. In addition to her role at University of Roehampton, London Online, Dr Manokore currently teaches online at the University of Liverpool, and face-to-face at NorQuest College in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada), where she lives. Apart from teaching, she also does consultancy in curriculum development.