Statistics and Probability 16_Problem Solving (Year 5) ACMSP118, ACMSP119, ACMSP120, ACMSP116, ACMSP117 NSW MA1 11MG Identify outcomes of chance experiments, list probabilities using fractions, verify their sum equals 1, likelihood of winning a game. PROBLEM SOLVING The formulation of a problem is far more essential than its solution, which may be merely a matter of mathematical or experimental skills. Problems allow children to investigate concepts in new and varied situations. Any problem worth solving takes time and effort – that’s why they’re called problems! Problems are designed to develop and use higher order thinking. Allowing children to grapple with problems, providing minimal support by asking strategic questions, is key. Differentiating problems allows children to solve simpler problems, before solving more complex problems on a concept. Problems may not always be solved the first time they are presented. 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