Developing real-life problem solving: Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context

Carol J Maker, Robert Zimmerman, Maria Paz Gomez-Arizaga, Randal Pease, Edith M. Burke

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Abstract

Try to imagine for a moment the following scenario: you come to your class one day at 7:45 am and your students are already there. They are very excited about a project they are developing in class so many of them decided to arrive at school early. Also, at recess and lunch time they do not want to leave the classroom because they are so involved in their group projects.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationApplied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners
PublisherSense Publishers
Pages131-168
Number of pages38
ISBN (Print)9789463000048, 9789463000031
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2015

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Maker, C. J., Zimmerman, R., Gomez-Arizaga, M. P., Pease, R., & Burke, E. M. (2015). Developing real-life problem solving: Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context. In Applied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners (pp. 131-168). Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-004-8_8

Developing real-life problem solving : Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context. / Maker, Carol J; Zimmerman, Robert; Gomez-Arizaga, Maria Paz; Pease, Randal; Burke, Edith M.

Applied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners. Sense Publishers, 2015. p. 131-168.

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Maker, CJ, Zimmerman, R, Gomez-Arizaga, MP, Pease, R & Burke, EM 2015, Developing real-life problem solving: Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context. in Applied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners. Sense Publishers, pp. 131-168. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-004-8_8
Maker CJ, Zimmerman R, Gomez-Arizaga MP, Pease R, Burke EM. Developing real-life problem solving: Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context. In Applied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners. Sense Publishers. 2015. p. 131-168 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-004-8_8
Maker, Carol J ; Zimmerman, Robert ; Gomez-Arizaga, Maria Paz ; Pease, Randal ; Burke, Edith M. / Developing real-life problem solving : Integrating the discover problem matrix, problem based learning, and thinking actively in a social context. Applied Practice for Educators of Gifted and Able Learners. Sense Publishers, 2015. pp. 131-168
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