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The Problem Solving Process
by Anna Moak
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The Problem Solving Process

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3. Review Background

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Explore and use tools that focus on the problem.

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List background information.

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2. Develop Objectives

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Figure out the goal and the skills that meet the task.

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develop objectives that represent the specific content, language and skills the students should be working toward.

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1. Contextualize the Question

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Put student's questions in a greater context for them to solve.

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Ask, "What is the question here?" and "What should we do about it?"

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4. Write the Problem

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Be specific about student roles and responsibilities.

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Write the problem and be sure to include what exactly the students are doing.

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6. Evaluate Student Needs

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Review students' current level of knowledge and skill.

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Evaluate and be ready to meet each individual students' needs.

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7. Implement

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Provide clear instructions to the students on what they are to do.

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Provide feedback as the students are working and observe the students as they work.

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5. Develop Scaffolds

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Create documents and mini-lessons to assist students.

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