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Mathematics Teaching Self-evaluation Tools


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Mathematical processes and applications

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  1. conjecture?(show/hide all)
  2. generalise?(show/hide all)
  3. find a counter-example?(show/hide all)
  4. identify a special case?(show/hide all)
  5. use mathematical reasoning?(show/hide all)
  6. investigate a problem systematically?(show/hide all)
  7. distinguish between verification and proof?(show/hide all)
  8. state constraints and assumptions when deducing results?(show/hide all)
  9. solving a multi−step word problem?(show/hide all)
  10. checking a solution to a problem using inverse operations?(show/hide all)
  11. ways in which mathematics is used and applied in different occupations?(show/hide all)
  12. the data handling cycle(show/hide all)
  13. some famous mathematical problems and puzzles?(show/hide all)
  14. origins of Pythagoras’ theorem?(show/hide all)
  15. the history of pi?(show/hide all)

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