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Relating to others

What this looks like in mathematics and statistics

Examples of ways students relate to others in mathematics and statistics:

  • Students share their ideas, accept a range of approaches and respect others’ thinking.
  • Students develop understanding of other places and cultures.
  • Students listen to others, they accept and value different viewpoints.
  • Students work in groups, they debate solutions, negotiate meaning and communicate thinking.
  • Students work collaboratively and cooperatively, taking on a range of roles. They think, share ideas in pairs, and share ideas in groups of four.
  • Students compare and contrast ideas, remain open to learning from others and accept that being wrong is part of learning.

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Last updated September 24, 2013