by Pamela D. Tabor, Ph.D. (The author wishes to acknowledge the work of many in the Math Recovery® community who contributed to this body of research and reviewed drafts of this article. Bob Wright was particularly insightful in his comments and
Research findings in Maths Recovery
White paper by: US Math Recovery® Council Math Recovery® Overview: An elementary school implementation of an early intervention program to identify and service of low attaining mathematics students. by: Christina Miller, Director of Programming
David Ellemor Collins and Robert J. Wright, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia Research is reviewed that emphasises mathematisation, that is, students bringing increased mathematical sophistication to their activity. A framework is
David Ellemor-Collins & Robert (Bob) Wright, Southern Cross University The purpose of this paper is to formulate students’ development toward facile addition and subtraction as an activity of structuring numbers. We aim to articulate the
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 two-year evaluation of Math Recovery conducted in 20 elementary schools.
An article by Wright, Ellemor-Collins and Lewis, describing research to develop instructional materials and approaches with low-attaining pupils in the Australian context, drawing on the Maths Recovery principles, frameworks and activities. This
PHD thesis by Tran Le Thi, January 2016. This investigation addressed the ways in which teacher-student interactions occur in settings where one-to-one instructional methods are being employed to teach primary school students basic arithmetic. From
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. This study explores the longitudinal effects of the Maths Recovery
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
This article describes how standards in early numeracy were raised within Cumbria by the application of the Mathematics Recovery Programme. It reports data showing how children’s numeracy improved as a result of the programme, and describes
This article by Wright and Ellemor-Collins provides insight into assessing knowledge of sequential structure and argues that this is important basic number knowledge. The report draws on results from a three-year project which has the goal of