Aims of the Mathematics Education KLA Curriculum
Students need mathematics to meet the dynamic challenges of their future studies, careers or daily life in an informationrich society with rapid development in technology. The overall aims of the Mathematics Education KLA curriculum are to develop in students:
(a) the ability to think critically and creatively, to conceptualise, inquire and reason mathematically, and to use mathematics to formulate and solve problems in daily life as well as in mathematical contexts and other disciplines;
(b) the ability to communicate with others, express their views clearly and logically in mathematical language;
(c) the ability to manipulate numbers, symbols and other mathematical objects;
(d) number sense, symbol sense, spatial sense, measurement sense and the capacity to appreciate structures and patterns; and
(e) a positive attitude towards mathematics learning and an appreciation of the aesthetic nature and cultural aspect of mathematics.Values and Attitudes
In the Mathematics Education KLA, values education can be carried out through relevant topics and appropriate learning and teaching activities that help students apply and reflect on the priority values and attitudes, or other relevant ones, which permeate the curriculum in different key stages. The following objectives illustrate how mathematics learning is related to the development of positive values and attitudes and aim at facilitating the planning of relevant learning experiences in the Mathematics curriculum.
 Display perseverance in solving challenging mathematical problems.
 Show respect for and acceptance to others in seeking different solutions to a mathematical problem, or in comparing strategies for completing a mathematical project/task.
 Understand and take up one’s responsibilities in group work and develop a sense of commitment by taking up different roles for completing group tasks.
 Foster a sense of integrity in discussing the misuse of statistics in different social contexts.
 Think independently in solving mathematical problems.
 Share ideas and experience, and work cooperatively with others in accomplishing mathematical tasks and solving mathematical problems.
 Be openminded, willing to listen to others in the discussion of mathematical problems, respect others’ opinions, and value and appreciate others’ contributions.
 Develop interest in learning mathematics.
 Show keenness to participate in mathematical activities.
 Show confidence in applying mathematical knowledge in daily life, clarifying one’s argument and challenging others’ statements.
 Appreciate the preciseness, aesthetic and cultural aspects of mathematics and the role of mathematics in human affairs.
** The above content is extracted from the website of EDB. **
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