1.Developing problem solving skills is a
product of which approach? conventional,learning,information, or
2.A teacher who gives lots of information to her students and asks close-ended questions uses which
emergent creative, learning
the first answer is information and
the second is emergent creative.
Am I CORRECT? Can you help, please?
I'd say that developing problem-solving skills is "emergent creative" because the teacher and students have to do some creative thinking.
I'd also say that anything with close-ended questions is simply "conventional" -- open-ended questions (no particular right answer; requires more than yes, no, or a specific word or phrase for an answer) are the ones that require some creativity.
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