Imagine that a teacher requires some advice from you as a mental health consultant.
As a teacher, it is helpful to observe those moments when children have problems and help them think about ways to solve their own problems.
Anticipate problems before they escalate and help children identify possible solutions.
After 1,000 points you should be able to open the Peanut Butter jar. Be a Character – Add some fun to your work by executing your plan as if you were a fictional character.
Think about how they would operate and get into character. Problem solving activities that help you review the results you achieved and the way you achieved them: #17.
10x10x10 Matrix – Generate a list of 10 ideas for solving the problem.
Pick one of those ideas and generate 10 variations of that idea.
You can write it as if the problem still exists, or as if the problem were already solved.
Try Tabloid headlines for even more creative ideas.
List possible indirect results/consequences based on the direct results/consequences. Really strong hand leads to: ability to open other types of jars as well, big forearms, possible blisters, … Thiagi’s 35 – Use a point system to determine the preferred solution among your team, turning a possibly subjective discussion into an objective group decision. When the coin is in the air, take note of what you secretly hope the result is and go with that (if you really can’t decide between the two, then go with the actual result of the coin-flip). Problem solving activities that help you implement the solution you have chosen: #13.
You can find a more detailed explanation Really strong hand – 7pts. End in Mind – To create your plan, start with the end in mind and work backwards. Gamification – Turn the completion of your project into a game.