The Measurement strand develops ways of quantifying aspects of the human and physical world. Measures and units are defined and selected to be relevant and appropriate to the context. Measurement is used to answer questions, show results, demonstrate value, justify allocation of resources, evaluate performance, identify opportunities for improvement and manage results. Measurement underpins understanding, comparison and decision-making in many personal, societal, environmental, agricultural, industrial, health and economic contexts. (ACARA, V9)
The content for Measurement across Years Foundation to Year 10 has been organised into topics. Select a year band to view an overview of the topics covered.