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Practising Mathematics: Developing the mathematician as well as the mathematics

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An engaging selection of tasks contain activities from many areas of mathematics including: Number work, Ratio and Proportion, Algebra, Geometry, Probably and Statistics.

 

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Consumer and Financial Literacy in Schools (2012)

Consumer and financial literacy is strongly connected to numeracy. In financial settings, “making informed and confident financial decisions” requires people to draw on both their numeracy and their literacy to achieve the best outcome for their own personal or community context.

Adopted by the January 2009 meeting of the AAMT Council and revised 2012.