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Measure and Interpret Shape and Space

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Last updated 24 January 2013 13:47 by NZTecAdmin

Measurement exists in all human cultures along with counting, locating, designing, explaining and playing. Understanding what a measurable attribute is and becoming familiar with the units and processes that are used in measuring attributes is a major emphasis in the measurement progression.

Experiences with measurement build understanding, and measurement also offers an opportunity for learning and applying other mathematics.

You can find Learning Units here. These units are designed to help tutors clarify the mathematical background behind some common measurement, shape and space demands and offer some ideas for building learners' understanding of the concepts.

You can find Learning Progressions teaching and learning sequences here.

You can find contextualised teaching and assessment ideas here.



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