For each aspect in this overview “What matters to improve numerical behaviour”, a rubric is under development describing numerate behaviour in three levels (X, Y, Z) or six levels (X1, X2, Y1, Y2, Z1, Z2).
We distinguish roughly three levels, corresponding with professionals in work situations (Y), citizens in daily public life (Y) and people dealing with problems in their personal situation (X).
For each aspect in the overview a rubric can be found on this website:
(1) on the page of the main category
(2) on the page for each separate aspect, where you can also find more background information on the specific aspect, suggestions for activities, – if available – some measurement tools, and references to relevant literature.
Example of ae main category page: https://cenf.gecijferdheid.nl/main-category-knowledge-and-skills/
Example of a separate aspect page: https://cenf.gecijferdheid.nl/aspect-problem-solving/
The main rubric is: