Productive Problem Finding

This resource developed by Distinguished Fellow alumn Frank LaBanca is designed to introduce “problem finding” as a tool for student-centered learning. When students problem find, they engage in a creative process to develop and define an idea for study. Through problem finding students set objectives, define purposes, decide what is interesting, and ultimately determine what to study.

This one-page overview sheet is a great introduction for teachers who would like to use this strategy in their classroom.

Source Organization: National Center for Inquiry Learning

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