Component matrices




1. Systematic thinking

1.a. Use models and simulations to explore systems and complex situations

(1.a.i) Identify the location/movement of objects in maps and other graphical representations.

(1.a.ii) Associate information presented in lists and/or tables with graphs that represent them and vice-versa.

1.b. Identify tendencies and predict possibilities, given a specific set of functioning rules of a system

(1.b.i) Identify tendencies in statistical graphs.

(1.b.ii) Identify mathematical reasons (n/m) as indicators of possibilities.

(1.b.iii) Relate concepts of possibility, chance and systematic character of events.

2.Communication and collaboration

2.a. Communicate ideas through diverse forms of record

2.b. Develop an appreciation and understanding of different linguistic and cultural practices

(2.b.i.) Recognize the diversity of ethno-cultural and artistic patrimonies, identifying them in their manifestations in different societies, times and places.

(2.b.ii) Take into account the cultural diversity when interpreting/contextualizing socio-historical situations, acknowledging the role of language.

3. Search and management of information

3.a. Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from diverse sources and media

(3.a.i) Identify relevant data in a given situation/problem to seek possible solutions.

(3.a.ii) Read and interpret data or information presented in different languages and representations such as tables, graphs, diagrams, possibility trees, formulas, equations and geometric representations.

3.b. Evaluate and select sources of information appropriate for specific tasks.

(i) Read and interpret different types of text, from books to articles of economic, social or cultural content, technical manuals, and newspaper and magazine articles.

4. Critical thinking and problem solving

4.a. Relate a contextualized problem, presented in a

domain-specific language, with its formulation in other languages

4.b. Collect and analyze data within a process of decision-making in specific situations

(4.b.i) Given the discursive or pictorial description of a phenomenon of scientific, technological or social nature, identify relevant variables and select the necessary instruments for realizing or interpreting it.

(4.b.ii) In a Cartesian graph of socio-economic or technical-scientific variables, identify and analyze values of variables, increasing or decreasing intervals and variation rates.

4.c. Management of perspectives, opinions and/or arguments for the solution of open or non-canonical problems

(4.c.i) Confront diverse interpretations of situations or facts of historical-geographical, technical-scientific or artistic-cultural nature, or situations or facts of the everyday life, comparing different points of view, identifying the assumptions of each interpretation and analyzing the validity of the arguments used.

5. Concepts and procedures in technology

5.a. Acknowledge diversity and understand the uses of devices and computer systems in the contemporary society

(5.a.i) Identify the main current activities and contexts of use of information and communication technologies.

5.b. Select applications and digital platforms in an effective and productive way

(5.b.i) Select computing devices, applications or digital environments whose functions and functionalities respond in an adequate and effective manner to demands of specific situations.