Updated: Apr 26
Recognizing students’ creative problem-solving styles can make teachers’ efforts to direct PBL more effective. The creative problem-solving process is about meeting a challenge or solving a problem – a situation in which there is a gap between reality and a desired outcome. In a way this is what students cope with when given a PBL task. As it seems, students have different ways of dealing with this process. That means our advice should accommodate learners’ individual needs.