Mathematics is the study of function and pattern in number, logic, space and structure, and of randomness, chance, variability and uncertainty in data and events.
Measurement refers to the study of quantities, choosing appropriate metric units of measurement and building an understanding of the connections between units.
Metacognitive strategies are methods, processes and routines used to assist students understand the way they learn.
Mathematical modelling involves using various approaches to represent real-world situations in such a way that reduces a problem to its essential characteristics.
Multiple exposures offers students multiple opportunities to access new knowledge and concepts over time to promote deep learning. Multiple exposures are planned, sequential and utilise different activities and practice.
Multiplicative thinking is an ability to recognise and work flexibly with the concepts, strategies and representations of multiplication (and division) as they occur in a wide range of contexts.