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Intervention in Mathematics

George Booker

With the focus in mathematics teaching moving away from the mastery of skills and facts towards the understanding and making sense of mathematics, it is not always appropriate to "test" knowledge at the end of a unit of work and then apply remedial assistance. By applying a means of intervening in a learning cycle, teachers can maximise the way in which knowledge and knowing are being formed.

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