**Years 1 to 10 Mathematics Syllabus**The Years 1 to 10 Mathematics Syllabus is being prepared for printing for anticipated release to schools during Term 4, 2004.**Mathematics A**Mathematics is an integral part of a general education. It is important in making informed decisions on everyday issues such as: choosing between loan repayment schedules or insurance plans, interpreting information in the media, reading maps or house plans, estimating quantities of materials. In Mathematics A, the skills needed to make decisions which affect students' everyday lives are provided.**Mathematics B**In Mathematics B, mathematical skills are developed which form the basis for further study in mathematics. These skills are needed not only in the traditional careers of engineering or the physical sciences, but also as tools in fields as diverse as agriculture, food technology, geography, biology, economics and management. The modes of thinking developed in Mathematics B provide ways of modelling and problem solving in situations in order to explore, describe and understand the worldÕs social, biological and physical environment. Mathematics B is designed to raise studentsÕ competence in and confidence with the mathematics needed to make informed decisions to ensure scientific literacy and to function effectively in a technologically skilled work force. Students are given the opportunity to appreciate and experience the dynamic nature of mathematics. They are encouraged to study the power of mathematics through problem solving and applications in life-related contexts.**Mathematics C**In Mathematics C, students are given the opportunity to develop their full mathematical potential and extend the knowledge acquired in Mathematics B. They will be encouraged to recognise the dynamic nature of mathematics through problem solving and applications in life-related situations. Opportunities are provided for students to appreciate and experience the power of mathematics, and to see the role it plays as a tool in modelling and understanding many aspects of the worldÕs environment. The additional rigour and structure of the mathematics required in Mathematics C will equip students with valuable skills which will serve them in more general contexts and provide an excellent preparation for further study of mathematics and other tertiary courses, for example Engineering, Information Technology, Economics, Finance. Mathematics C is a highly desirable preparatory course for students who intend pursuing a career involving the study of mathematics at a tertiary level.

**Queensland School Curriculum Council** The Council's function is to create and provide high quality curriculum and testing materials for use in Queensland schools. Our aim is to contribute significantly to the education of every student from preschool to Year 10. **Curriculum: mathematics**

**Parâmetros e Referenciais Curriculares Nacionais**** - Educação Fundamental** - Ministério da Educação

**Ensino Médio** Estado da Bahía

**Curriculum and Policy** Ontario - Ministry of Education, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics This is the full text of the 1989 standards from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM); this electronic file is maintained by ENC.

Principles and Standards for School Mathematics Electronic Version 1.0: Discussion Draft (1998) This is NCTM's electronic draft of the standards that are scheduled to be released in the year 2000. NCTM plans to encourage discussion of this draft until May 1, 1999 before making revisions.

Benchmarks for Science Literacy This is the full text of the Project 2061 Benchmarks, maintained by American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

National Science Education Standards The National Academy Press has the full text of the science standards online. These standards were created by the National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.

**Le lycŽe d'enseignement gŽnŽral et technologique **

**Espace lycŽe - mathŽmatiques ** Rubrique de MathŽmatiques de l'espace LycŽe. Vous y trouverez,
outre les nouveaux programmes et les travaux du Groupe Technique Disciplinaire,
une sŽrie de ressources ˆ utiliser dans le cadre de votre activitŽ professionnelle.

**Travaux du Groupe Technique Disciplinaire de MathŽmatiques**

**MathŽmatiques - Espace élèves et parents**

**Utilisation des calculatrices Žlectroniques ˆ compter de la session 2000**

The importance of mathematicsMathematics equips pupils with a uniquely powerful set of tools to understand and change the world. These tools include logical reasoning, problem-solving skills, and the ability to think in abstract ways. Mathematics is important in everyday life, many forms of employment, science and technology, medicine, the economy, the environment and development, and in public decision-making. Different cultures have contributed to the development and application of mathematics. Today, the subject transcends cultural boundaries and its importance is universally recognised. Mathematics is a creative discipline. It can stimulate moments of pleasure and wonder when a pupil solves a problem for the first time, discovers a more elegant solution to that problem, or suddenly sees hidden connections.

**The structure of the mathemeatics National Curriculum** The NC programmes of study (PoS) for mathematics indicate the knowledge, skills and processes that are statutory and must be taught at each key stage. They also set out the breadth of study required, that is, the contexts, areas of study and range of experiences through which the mathematics should be taught.

**The role of the mathematics National Curriculum** Mathematics, as well as English and science, is a core subject, which means pupils have to be taught it throughout key stages 1 to 4. The NC sets out the mathematics that must be taught to all pupils of compulsory school age and the standards that they are expected to achieve.

**Making Mathematics Count** The independent Post-14 Mathematics Inquiry was announced on 23 July 2002 as part of the Government's response to Sir Gareth Roberts' report Set for success: the supply of people with science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills. Professor Adrian Smith, Principal of Queen Mary College, University of London was appointed as its Chair in November 2002.

**Curriculum Changes on Lower Secondary School Mathematics of Japan - Focused on Geometry** KUNIMUNE Susumu and NAGASAKI Eizo, Shizuoka University, National Institute for Educational Research, Japan

**New Mathematics Curriculum Standards for Elementary School**, 1998

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