Thirdly, the students should know how to reason abstractly and quantitatively. Other problem solving strategies the children should know are: constructing viable arguments; application of tools strategically; usage of structures (Dolan& Williamson, 1983).
Not always since problems must be approached in a more critical manner, however, it helps a child to gain experience in problem solving, which is an advantage because it helps him or her in applying a solution from one area to another, and one is always open to new problems.
Other areas include science inquiry, whereby children develop natural curiosity that helps them look for answers and explore the world around them. In addition, social and emotional learning is very essential since it helps in cognitive growth of the child. Moreover, language art helps the children learn more on writing, reading and ...Show more