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In order to understand the importance of Math Literacy, we must also understand the ways in which mathematical tasks are connected to assessment. This unit works to explore the connections between teaching, learning, and assessment in a way that makes sense of mathematical literacy. Additionally, this unit will look to explore how choosing the right task will help to more clearly identify the assessment necessary for the task. | In order to understand the importance of Math Literacy, we must also understand the ways in which mathematical tasks are connected to assessment. This unit works to explore the connections between teaching, learning, and assessment in a way that makes sense of mathematical literacy. Additionally, this unit will look to explore how choosing the right task will help to more clearly identify the assessment necessary for the task. | ||

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## Revision as of 09:39, 9 December 2012

## Welcome to Unit 2!

In order to understand the importance of Math Literacy, we must also understand the ways in which mathematical tasks are connected to assessment. This unit works to explore the connections between teaching, learning, and assessment in a way that makes sense of mathematical literacy. Additionally, this unit will look to explore how choosing the right task will help to more clearly identify the assessment necessary for the task.