Learning and Teaching for Mathematical Literacy

Supporting materials – 3E

Numeracy Across the Curriculum

Victoria Department of Education

From the website:

Being numerate involves more than mastering basic mathematics. Numeracy involves connecting the mathematics that students learn at school with the out-of-school situations that require the skills of problem solving, critical judgement, and sense-making related to applied contexts.

The example used in the book is Levels 7/8 Visual Communication Design Activity Isometric Drawing: Licorice Allsorts

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Supporting material for the book Learning and Teaching for Mathematical Literacy by Hugh Burkhardt, Daniel Pead and Kaye Stacey (ISBN 9781032301174).

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