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2.4.6 Global interdependence is a reality!

The creative problem solving process is an excellent means of nonviolent conflict resolution. Creative problem solving can be adapted to the needs of the 21st century student as well as to any individual seeking to become a global, ethical leader. During this session, participants will experience the problem solving process by exploring a future scene of global interest set in 2035. Training in this process enables the learner to address problem situations in their own lives as well as assist students as they strive to become ethical leaders around the world.

Author(s):

April Dennis
april@fpspi.org
Future Problem Solving Program International
United States

April Dennis has served as the Program Director of Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI) since 2012. With a background in advanced curriculum strategies and highly engaging learning techniques, April enjoys being part of a student-driven organization designed to promote students as leaders.

A graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and the University of South Florida with a Masters in Gifted Education, April’s passion is providing challenging curriculum for 21st century students so they are equipped with problem solving and ethical leadership skills for the future.

 

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