‪#‎Einstein‬ once said, “If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.” Learning to Take Control of ‪#‎Emotional‬ Reactions as Part of ‪#‎Problem‬ Solving

‪#‎Einstein‬ once said, “If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions.” Learning to Take Control of ‪#‎Emotional‬ Reactions as Part of ‪#‎Problem‬ Solving

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Occam’s Razor: The simplest solution is always the best » Interaction Design Foundation
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Awesome Problem-Solving Rubric for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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Problem Solving: Remember, if the individual is not choosing between possible solutions it is not really problem solving.

Problem Solving: Remember, if the individual is not choosing between possible solutions it is not really problem solving.

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Math Problem Solving- FREE: Steps for Non-Routine Problem Solving Flip-Book.  This is the perfect tool for equipping your students with the powerful 4 steps of problem solving: 1. Understand, 2. Plan, 3. Execute, 4. Review

Math Problem Solving- FREE: Steps for Non-Routine Problem Solving Flip-Book. This is the perfect tool for equipping your students with the powerful 4 steps of problem solving: 1. Understand, 2. Plan, 3. Execute, 4. Review

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Life Skills Problem Solving: Social Skills Task Cards and Worksheets for middle/high school $
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Teaching Students How to Solve Problems   Back to school is upon us and it is so important to use those first few weeks to set up your expectations rules and procedures. I always spent time at the beginning of the year teaching problem solving strategies. That way we could refer to them all year long when students were having a social problem at school. In this freebie I've included an anchor chart practice scenarios a checklist and lesson ideas. Click HERE to grab your freebie. back to…

Teaching Students How to Solve Problems Back to school is upon us and it is so important to use those first few weeks to set up your expectations rules and procedures. I always spent time at the beginning of the year teaching problem solving strategies. That way we could refer to them all year long when students were having a social problem at school. In this freebie I've included an anchor chart practice scenarios a checklist and lesson ideas. Click HERE to grab your freebie. back to…

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