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A model for analysing one to one teaching in the maths recovery program

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By Bronwyn Ewing

Published: 2005
ISBN: 978-1-876682-77-4
Pages: 78
Imprint: Post Pressed



Bronwyn Ewing's monograph documents an important research study into instruction that involves individualised intervention in early number learning. The resulting model for analyzing one-to-one teaching in the Maths Recovery Program is particularly suited for application in teacher development and training programs in early intervention.

This study includes detailed descriptions and examples of teaching characteristics such as scaffolding, post-question wait-time, and questioning and prompting. Also described are characteristics such as a double bind, an illusion of competence and preformulating and reformulating questions.

The monograph includes an informative overview of relevant research literature and paves the way for additional studies into this important topic.

Bob Wright
Associate Professor In Mathematics Education
School of Education, Southern Cross University
Lismore, NSW

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • The Study
  • Method
  • An Experimental Model of Teaching
  • Characteristics in Maths Recovery
  • Applying Aspects of the Experimental Model
  • Reflections on the Case Studies
  • Findings and Recommendations
  • References

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