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Launceston, Cradle Coast



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Unit name Personal and Professional Numeracy
Unit code EDU120
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
Discipline Education
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts underpinning critical numeracy.
  2. Identify and evaluate critical numeracy in media reports and in other contexts relevant to different curriculum areas.
  3. Design and reflect upon an educational numeracy activity.
  4. Use literacy skills to present evidence, including relevant literature, to support arguments about issues related to personal and professional numeracy.




Task 1: Beliefs about Mathematics, 500 words (10%)

Task 2: Numeracy in the Media, 1200 words (40%)

Task 3: Numeracy in Another Discipline, 2000 words total (50%)

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