Identifying and Describing Problems Checklist—High School





Consistently, Sometimes, Rarely

Student carefully analyzes complex processes and systems to anticipate and avoid problems.




Student thinks about problem solving processes in different ways.




Student selects appropriate tools and resources.




Student uses inductive and deductive reasoning to identify, describe, and solve problems.




Student looks at situations from multiple points of view to identify problems.




Student generates multiple solutions to problems.




Student uses criteria of practicality, efficiency, and elegance to choose the best solutions.




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