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Osborn/Parnes Creative Problem Solving Model. 1. Mess Finding. Look at the options to explore, and choose a topic. 2. Fact Finding. List all known facts about the problem. (who, what , when, where, why and how). 3. Problem Finding. Consider different ways of defining the problem.

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Osborn/Parnes

Creative Problem Solving Model

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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1. Mess Finding

Look at the options to explore, and choose a topic.

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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2. Fact Finding

List all known facts about the problem. (who, what , when, where, why and how)

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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3. Problem Finding

Consider different ways of defining the problem.

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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4. Idea Finding

Generate ideas through divergent thinking and brainstorming

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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5. Solution Finding

Establish criteria for evaluating ideas and identify most important elements for a viable solution.

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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6. Acceptance Finding

Apply/adapt solution to individuals/organizations involved in addressing the issue/problem.

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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  • Karnes, Francis and Stephens, Kristen, Achieving Excellence, Educating the Gifted and Talented, pages 178-179, Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall, 2008.
  • Gifted Education Seminar, 2010

Rochelle Doty, GERT, District #54, August 2010.

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