Characteristics of a Good Problem Solver

17 02 2011

 Good problem solvers have confidence in their ability to learn and their ability to solve problems.

Good problem solvers tend to enjoy solving problems.

Good problem solvers rely on their own judgment.  Though they know there is wisdom in counsel, they respect their own decision-making abilities.

Good problem solvers are not fearful of being wrong or of making mistakes.

Good problem solvers are not fast answerers.

Good problem solvers are flexible and are often capable of seeing more than one answer to a question or a problem.

Good problem solvers know the difference between fact and opinion and understand the need for valid evidence.

Good problem solvers do not need to have an absolute, final, irrevocable solution to every problem.

Good problem solvers have methods for approaching and solving problems.

Good problem solvers think about their thinking and review their problem solving methods in order to sharpen these tools for future problems they will encounter.

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7 responses

11 04 2011
saminu sabo muh'd

thanks

28 02 2012
muawuyya ubale lawan

iam very to this website becouse it encourage us for those who need to become a good problem solver in mathematic and any subject

2 05 2012
noladamilola

IT HELP US TO LEARN MORE

8 05 2012
seun

good motivation like this encourage learners
mike

27 05 2012
Jimoh Titilayomi Omotolani

This content will help us 2 be a good problem solver.

5 09 2012
Fadejogun

I like it becos it make us be a good problem solver in mathematics.

6 10 2012
Oluronbi Damilola E

Kudos! This is really motivating,fascinating and encouraging. Keep it up

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