This resource developed by Distinguished Fellow alumnus Frank LaBanca is designed to introduce “problem finding” as a tool for student-centered learning. When students look and find problems, they engage in a creative process to develop and define an idea for a study. Through problem-finding, students set objectives, define purposes, decide what is interesting and ultimately determine what to study.
This one-page overview is a great introduction for teachers who would like to use this strategy in their classroom.
Source Organization: National Center for Inquiry Learning