Practical Problem Solving

It’s happened to the best of us: you push the power button on the remote and nothing happens. What’s the problem? Does it need new batteries? Is the TV unplugged? Is the power out? To figure it out, you need some problem-solving skills.

Problem-solving skills are important in our everyday lives, our careers, and in learning. Problems may be frustrating, but they can also be opportunities. By helping our students develop strong problem-solving skills, we can help them look at problems differently, do things in a different way, and think critically.

Whether students are planning a lab experiment in science or putting together a persuasive essay, they need to have confidence in their problem-solving skills.

To solve a problem, students need to evaluate information, define the problem, and generate, evaluate, and implement solutions. This is called the Engineering Design Process and it’s used to test and refine solutions to real-world problems.

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