This article reports on a problem-solving process that works even for our youngest students. At Moss School in Metuchen, NJ, kindergarten students are learning how to approach problem-solving and self-questioning. Even the adults in the school are using this method.Source:
Dr. Maurice Elias, Edutopia, January 21, 2019Description:
Moss Elementary classrooms use a specific process to develop problem-solving skills focused on tending to social and interpersonal relationships. The process also concentrates on building reading skills — specifically, decoding and comprehension. The steps in the process are: Stop, Look, and Think, Gather Information, Brainstorming, Pick the Best One, Go, and Check. Read the full article here!