Problem Solving Activities Teens
Educating your students about problem solving skills from an early age in school can be facilitated through classroom problem solving activities.
An example might be getting stranded on an island, knowing that help will not arrive for three days.
The activities and lessons learned will leave an impression on each child, increasing the likelihood that they will take the lesson forward into their everyday lives.
Your kids will be growing to adulthood in a century that, in the area of technology and the rate of change, is unlike anything humans have ever experienced.
They can brainstorm on paper individually or on a chalkboard or white board in front of the class.
Have your students create and decorate a medium-sized box with a slot in the top.
Create a number of possible moral dilemmas your students might encounter in life, write them down, and place each item folded up in a bowl or bag.