*Accompanying each lesson is a copymaster of the problem in English and in Māori.*

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Following this, a thematic analysis of both the observations and student video diaries generated conclusions regarding how said key themes shaped the students’ approaches to problem solving.

Students’ frustration and competitive need to find a specific answer inhibited their ability to thoroughly explore the problem posed thus overseeing vital aspects needed to solve the problem set. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLLS-09-2016-0032 Download as .

The teachers implemented observation techniques in the form of video and peer observation with the accompanying teacher.

In addition, students provided feedback on how they approached the problem-solving tasks through a form of semi-structured interviews, conducted via the use of video diaries where no teachers were present to prevent power bias.

Naturally enough, Problem Solving is about solving problems.

And we’ll restrict ourselves to thinking about mathematical problems here even though Problem Solving in school has a wider goal.

On the other hand, we use "answer" to mean a number, quantity or some other entity that the problem is asking for. It is frequently the case that children move backwards and forwards between and across the steps.

Finally, a "solution" is the whole process of solving a problem, including the method of obtaining an answer and the answer itself.method answer = solution But how do we do Problem Solving? Pólya enunciated these in 1945 but all of them were known and used well before then. The Ancient Greek mathematicians like Euclid and Pythagoras certainly knew how it was done. In fact the diagram below is much more like what happens in practice There is no chance of being able to solve a problem unless you are can first understand it.

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