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Introduction to Mathematical Literacy

Alberto D. Yazon

282 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Introduction to Mathematical Literacy is a book that discusses about the Mathematics, its literacy and different frameworks. This book aims to discuss about the international perspective of the mathematical literacy and different mathematical framework such as that of OECD or PISA. An overview about the perimeter and areas and different types of shapes including information about their perimeters or areas has been provided in this book. The concept of statistics has been mentioned in this book. This book aims to provide information regarding the measurements and various ways to measure the length, weight, volume and temperature, probability and some theory namely fairness and game theory. The insights about the topic of finance, personal income, expenditure and budget have been provided to the readers with the help of this book.
Author Bio
Dr. Alberto Dolor Yazon is an Associate Professor and Chairperson of Curriculum and Instruction Development and Quality Assurance at the Laguna State Polytechnic University, Philippines. He obtained his Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education at Philippine Normal University, Manila. He authored the published books Learning Guide in Methods of Research, Assessment in Student Learning, and Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics. His research paper presentation, publication and areas of interest include problem solving, mathematics proficiency, motivation, coping mechanism, self-esteem, self-efficacy, adversity quotient, and assessment of graduate’s competencies. He has been a resource person for different topics related to Mathematics, Assessment of Learning, Statistics, and Research. He seats as a panel of examiner and adviser in master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation among graduate students. He is also an Accreditor in the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP) and had accredited five prestigious State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in the country. His life’s principle is “Passion, commitment, humility, and quality are significant predictors of one’s destiny.”