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Problem Solving & team work

Twilight Session on 16th January
by

Sal Milki

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Problem Solving & team work

Problem Solving
Team Work

Pedagogy and Practice
Q and A sessions
Team work- with a brief
Problem solving activity sessions: ‘bounce and pounce’
Self and peer learning and assessment with clear success criteria
Student voice style marking dialogue
Extended homework project
Mind mapping – what have you learnt?
Learning Objective

To be able to solve problems as part of a team
Learning outcomes
I
dentify the problem
d
efine the problem
e
xamine the options
a
ct on a plan
l
ook at the consequences
Team working
is often a key component in problem-solving. Further skills, such as communication, persuasion and negotiation,
are important in finding solutions to problems involving people.
Numeracy Starter
A number of children are standing in a circle.
They are evenly spaced and the 7th child is directly opposite the 18th child. How many children are there altogether?
Literacy Starter - Apostrophe
Youre coming to my party! I want you to enjoy my party like you did James.
You're coming to my party! I want you to enjoy my party like you did James'.
22; in half of the circle there are 11 children because 18-7=11. Multiply 11x2=22!
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