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Future problem solving competition components
Global Issues Problem solving
In Global Issues (GIPS), Students have 2-hours to utilize a six-step problem solving process to identify problems within a given global topic. Topics change for each of the competitions including 2 practice competitions, 1 State qualifying competition and State Bowl competition.
community problem solving
In CmPS, Students apply their problem solving skills to a real problem in an identified community. Actual implementation of the action plan is included in this component.
Scenario writing (SW) encourages students to develop and submit futuristic scenarios–word pictures of the future. Scenario writing is especially intriguing for students who enjoy creative writing and those identified as gifted in creative writing.
Scenario Performance (SwP) is an oral presentation for individual students to enlarge ideas, enrich personal style, and predict accurate images of the future using storytelling techniques.
NON-COMPETITIVE CLASSROOM INTEGRATION:
There is also the option to integrate FPS into the curriculum without the competitive element. Educators can use the curriculum from Future Problem Solving and integrate it into the classroom setting to enhance collaboration and critical thinking strategies. Curriculum bundles including activities on given topics for the year are available to purchase. Integration can be done at any grade level K-12.