Beginning to Understand Our Wicked Problem.

This week our group was able to meet during a zoom conference and discuss why we believed Teaching Complex thinking was so wicked. We found that when we looked through each other’s initial questions that we were constantly bringing up the same themes of different “buzz” words, classroom environment, and creativity. When researching Complex Thinking…

The Wicked Problem of Complex Thinking

This week in CEP 812 we were asked to explore the wicked problem of teaching complex thinking. Complex thinking is a skill that students do not come into class with; teachers need to help students achieve this skill set. There is not a set answer on how to teach complex thinking, but there are certain…

Week 1: Defining Problems of Practice

Today in a public school on is likely to see over thirty students sitting in a classroom. For a student that has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) it can lead to many distractions and less of the one-on-one interaction that needs to take place. According to DuPaul, Weyandt & Janusis (2011), ADHD…