1C. Quantitative Techniques and Understanding
Goal 1: Make sense of quantitative information.
Outcome 1: Interpret information from verbal, graphical, numerical, and algebraic perspectives used to describe or model quantitative situations.
Goal 2: Use appropriate mathematical tools/techniques to work with quantitative information.
Outcome 1: Represent and manipulate quantitative information, using standard mathematical conventions, to clarify meaning.
Outcome 2: Draw correct conclusions from quantitative information and construct valid arguments to justify them.
Goal 3: Value mathematics as a natural way to approach and address questions that arise in daily life, the workplace, and society.
Outcome 1: Recognize the broader definition of mathematics.
Outcome 2: Increase mathematical confidence as it is applied to daily life and lifelong learning.