Day, L., & Hurrell, D. (2013). The reasoning proficiency. Mathematics of Planet Earth: 2013 MAV Annual Conference.
If students are to reason mathematically, they need to be engaged in mathematically rich, investigative tasks that allow them to explain their thinking, justify the strategies they use and the conclusions they reach, and adapt the known to the unknown. 1he importance of contextualised Learning should be highlighted so students may be encouraged to transfer their learning from one context to another, explain their choices within a context, and compare and contrast related ideas. 1he reasoning proficiency naturally interrelates with the understanding, problem solving and fluency proficiencies.v
mathematical proficiencies, mathematical reasoning, contextualised learning
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