Teaching Students to Solve Overwhelming, Complex, and Uncertain Problems

Chaunte Garrett with Ronald Beghetto

Meaningful problem solving typically involves very complex and overwhelming problems with many uncertainties. Our guest provides a proven roadmap for teaching students problem-solving skills through complex challenges.

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Ronald Beghetto, author of upcoming book: What If? Building Students’ Problem-Solving Skills Through Complex Challenges (August). He serves as Professor of Educational Psychology, Director of UCONN’s Innovation House and Graduate Program Coordinator for the Cognition, Instruction, Learning, & Technology Program in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. Host Chaunte Garrett is the director of accountability for the Rowan-Salisbury school system in North Carolina, an education consultant, and an ASCD Emerging Leader.
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