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Key features of the mathematics paper Notes multiple goals for mathematics curriculum Acknowledges substantial commonality in content across existing state and territory curricula Proposes three types of curriculum organiser: domain , strand and topic Considers numeracy as an integral part of the mathematics curriculum
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Possible content domains Number Measurement Chance and data Space/Geometry Algebra/Structure/Pattern These and/or others could be used separately, or in various combinations, eg Number and Space or Geometry and Measurement, Probability , Algebra and Function
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Possible strands The following are from Kilpatrick et al. (2001) and relate to aspects of what might be encompassed in Working mathematically or similar in exisiting documents: Conceptual understanding Procedural fluency Strategic competence (eg problem-solving) Adaptive reasoning (eg proof) Productive disposition (eg being comfortable with, and inclined to, see the world mathematically and use mathematics)
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