Resources
This section provides a list of useful resources available from a variety of suppliers. The links page also provides access to a range of useful websites.
Five books have now been written by internationally recognised experts and practitioners in numeracy intervention. Follow the links below to purchase the texts from Sage Publications Ltd who offer a standard 25% discount to all Maths Recovery providers.
New  to be published in July 2016
Following the great success of the earlier books, this fifth book in the Mathematics Recovery series provides a detailed and comprehensive guide to classroom and intervention teaching of fractions.
 Developing Fractions Knowledge

 Authors: Robert J Wright, Amy J. Hackenberg, Anderson Norton
 Paperback: 224 pages
 Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd, July 2016
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 1412962209
 ISBN13: 9781412962209
 Developing Number Knowledge: Assessment, Teaching and Intervention with 711 year olds

 Authors: Robert J Wright, David EllemorCollins, Pamela D Tabor
 Paperback: 312 pages
 Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd; Pap/Cdr edition (30 Nov 2011)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0857020611
 ISBN13: 9780857020611
 Teaching Number in the Classroom with 48yr olds

 Authors: Robert J Wright, Garry Stanger, Ann K Stafford, and James Martland
 Paperback: 256 pages
 Publisher: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing; Pap/Cdr 2nd edition (Oct 2014)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 9781446282694
 ISBN13: 9781446282687
 Ebook ISBN: 9781473908758
 Visit the companion website at https://study.sagepub.com/wrighttnc
 Teaching Number: Advancing Children's Skills and Strategies

 Authors: Robert J Wright, Garry Stanger, Ann K Stafford, and James Martland
 Published: 13 Sep 2006
 Paperback: 264 pages
 Publisher: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing; Second Edition (13 Sep 2006)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 1412921856
 ISBN13: 9781412921855
 Early Numeracy: Assessment for Teaching and Intervention

 Authors: Robert J Wright, James Martland, and Ann K Stafford
 Paperback: 224 pages
 Publisher: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing; Second Edition edition (5 Jan 2006)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 141291020X
 ISBN13: 9781412910200
 Maths Recovery One to One and Group Resource Kits produced by Autopress can be found on their website:
 Autopress Education Maths Recovery Group Kit Resources
 Autopress Education Maths Recovery Resources
 A useful kit produced by TTS to support Maths Recovery Teachers:
 TTS Maths Recovery Kit

Research findings in Maths Recovery
 Evaluating Math Recovery: Assessing the Causal Impact of Math Recovery on Student Achievement
 Thomas Smith, Paul Cobb, Dale Farran, David Cordray, Charles Munter and Alfred Dunn 2010. An outline of the research which Paul Cobb undertook in the U.S.; a twoyear evaluation of Math Recovery conducted in 20 elementary schools.
 Developing pedagogical tools for intervention: Approach, methodology, and an experimental framework
 An article by Wright, EllemorCollins and Lewis, describing research to develop instructional materials and approaches with lowattaining pupils in the Australian context, drawing on the Maths Recovery principles, frameworks and activities.
 Targeted, Onetoone Instruction in Wholenumber Arithmetic: A Framework of Key Elements
 PHD thesis by Tran Le Thi, January 2016. This investigation addressed the ways in which teacherstudent interactions occur in settings where onetoone instructional methods are being employed to teach primary school students basic arithmetic. From an analysis of video recordings of teaching sessions in an Australian setting, various key elements in effective numeracy teaching were identified and then incorporated within a more general framework for numeracy teaching. This teaching framework is progressively being adopted globally, and this investigation was effective in further validating its basic integrity.
 A study of the impact of Mathematics Recovery training on teaching staff’s constructs about the teaching and learning of number
 PHD thesis by Ruth Willey, September 2009. This study looked at the impact of Mathematics Recovery training on teaching staff’s constructs about the teaching and learning of number. This list of constructs is compared with the declared principles of the Maths Recovery programme, and conclusions are drawn about how effective the Maths Recovery training has been in helping staff to adopt these principles. Results show that the constructs generated by staff do reflect the Maths Recovery principles, but that there are some gaps: staff constructs tend to be about changes to their actual teaching practices, rather than changes to their philosophy of teaching.
 How far do children who receive the Maths Recovery Intervention in Year Two ‘catch up’ and ‘keep up’ with their peers in Key Stage Two?
 A Masters study by Joanna Gibbs, May 2015 into the longitudinal effects of Maths Recovery as an intervention for children to catch up and keep up with age related expectations.
 Achieving new heights in Cumbria: Raising standards in early numeracy through mathematics recovery
 This article describes how standards in early numeracy were raised within Cumbria by the application of the Mathematics Recovery Programme.
 Assessing pupil knowledge of the sequential structure of numbers
 This article by Wright and EllemorCollins provides insight into assessing knowledge of sequential structure and argues that this is important basic number knowledge.
The four earlier books by Bob Wright and colleagues that focus on intervention and classroom assessment and teaching of early number and whole number arithmetic:
Some useful resources that can be used for Maths Recovery teaching are available from a variety of suppliers.