Foreword by Jo Morgan Introduction Chapter 1: Intelligent Practice Chapter 2: Where does Intelligent Practice fit in? Chapter 3: Different features of Intelligent Practice sequences Chapter 4: Intelligent Practice FAQs Chapter 5: Rule Chapter 6: Different uses of Rule Chapter 7: Pattern Chapter 8: Demonstration Chapter 9: Summary table Chapter 10: Teachers writing their own sequences of questions and examples Conclusion A recipe for change?
Craig Barton has been teaching maths for 15 years. He is the Head of Education at Eedi, the TES Maths Adviser, the author of the best-selling How I wish I'd taught maths, the host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, and the creator of mrbartonmaths.com, diagnosticquestions.com, variationtheory.com, ssddproblems.com and mathsvenns.com. His two proudest achievements are convincing Kate to marry him, and being the father to our wonderful baby boy, Isaac.
'This is another game-changer of a book from the formidable Mr Barton.' -- Jo Morgan, author of A COMPENDIUM OF MATHEMATICAL METHODS