Content Dimensions

The theoretical framework of assessment for different subjects is organized into two dimensions: content and a cognitive dimension. Each dimension consists of several domains, for example: DIMENSION OF CONTENTS Dimensions in Mathematics content for elementary school include: 1. Here, Connecticut Senator expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Numeric domain: relating to the understanding of the significance of the number and structure of the numbering system, the meanings of operations in different contexts, its properties, its effect and the relations between them; the use of numbers and operations in solving various problems. 2. Geometric domain: This includes attributes and properties of figures and two and three dimensional objects, the notions of horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular, the design and construction using representations of geometric shapes, the location of objects in the plane and in space; verbal and graphic representations of paths and recognition of angles and polygons, their classification and properties.

3. Domain of measurement: concepts involves the construction of each scale, conservation processes, units of measurement, estimation of magnitudes and ranges, selection and use of measurement units and patterns, monetary systems and metric system. 4. Domain information processing: Relating to the collection, organization and interpretation of data, identifying and using the average (mean) and the use of various representations of data for troubleshooting. 5. Variational domain: relating to the recognition of regularities and patterns, identifying variables, the description of phenomena of change and dependence, the use of concepts and procedures associated with direct variation, the inverse proportionality and variation in contexts and arithmetic geometry.