by Mike WattsThis book highlights the multiplicity of approaches to problem solving and considers the skills, processes, and methods involved. Problem-solving has been promoted as a way of making education in schools relevant and applicable, and Mike Watts examines the questions and assumptions behind that idea. The chapters focus on teaching and learning, the ownership and transfer of skills and processes, the construction of concepts and attitudes, the management of organization of people and resources, and the development of group work and cooperative learning as these all relate to open ended, task-orientated problem-solving.
|Title||The Science of Problem-Solving|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Heinemann Educational Books|
|File size||3.3 Mb|
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