Future problem solving example booklet

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future problem solving example booklet

Global Issues Problem Solving (GIPS) – Future Problem Solving Program International

It teaches students how to think creatively about the future as students research and analyze the annual topics. GIPS can be used as a curriculum, integrated into content areas, or offered as an extra-curricular option. Students research a topic to gather background information, become mini-experts in the topic, and predict possibilities for the future. Students receive a Future Scene, an imagined scenario based on the topic 20 to 40 years in the future, and use their research as they apply the six-step FPS model. FPS coaches are encouraged to introduce generating and focusing guidelines along with a variety of creative and critical thinking tools. These creative problem solving tools and guidelines provide students with options to generate creative possibilities and to focus on effective solutions and innovation. Some people have nosy neighbors.
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FPSPI - A program for students of the 21st Century

Resources For Purchase Free downloadable Resources including coaching tips are available.

Components

Identify Challenges II. Write an Underlying Problem. Develop an Action Plan. Identify Challenges Challenges are statements that identify important concerns, problems, issues, or challenges that have a strong possibility of occurring within the futuristic scenario future scene. Attempt to find as many challenges as you can for every relevant category of thought for the future scene about 12 categories should be your goal.

What makes Future Problem Solving so worthwhile? What about when and where the two extra elaboration details that reporters are told to include? As a matter of fact, the elements of where and when should not appear in the solution at all! They frequently damage the impact of the idea by making it appear less believable and persuasive. Leave them out. So what is the best way to elaborate? Remember, the idea of elaboration is to strengthen the connection between the solution and your underlying problem.

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What is Global Issues Problem Solving?

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Helio M. says:

    The 6 Step Method | Nebraska FPS

  2. Jak W. says:

    Global Issues Problem Solving GIPS is a competitive component of FPSPI which can be accomplished as a team of 4 or individual activity in which participants research a series of global topics and learn a six-step creative problem solving process.

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