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Synonyms for solving

finding a solution to a problem


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Chairman Malik Aqil Khan informed that 90 % of the cases were solved in the DRC and the Hangu DRC was more effective in the province regarding solving the problems in the district.
As evidenced by the title, Problem Solving in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy; A Skills-Based, Collaborative Approach is written as a guide specifically for mental health providers working with young people in clinical situations.
It outlines each tool in TRIZ (Theory of Inventive Problem-Solving), a Russian engineering problem solving toolkit that shows how to summarize past solutions and systematically solve future problems.
According to James Rooney and Deborah Hopen, authors of "Problem Solving Should Be like Treasure Hunting" in the Journal for Quality & Participation, "The fundamental approach that separates structured problem solving from other methods is root cause determination.
The process of problem solving that includes analysis, evaluation, synthesis, and conceptualization, produces better judgment and decision-making.
The Educator's Guide To Preventing And Solving Discipline Problems by former principles and teachers and current educational consultants Mark and Christine Boynton is a remarkable exploration of the many issues that educators are faced with in their everyday questioning of disciplinary action, and which steps may be more or less appropriate than others.
Although most kids haven't seen the hit TV show, because it's on past their bedtime, they've got the gist of it through their work in this elective class where assignments range from solving deadly picnics to ``Who killed Uncle Horace?
Researching on the use of mental mathematics is going to take us at the intersection of several important fields currently being studied by mathematics educators, including problem solving, classroom management, and the problems of mathematical communication (Karp, 2004).
In addition to language processing skills which facilitate semantic understanding of quantitative concepts, even early levels of math curriculum require a multitude of cognitive activities, including counting knowledge, number production and comprehension, fact ability, procedural knowledge, and problem solving.
Echoing Halley's experience, Watts offers an assessment--and a warning--for modern organizations in terms Halley would certainly agree with: "Firms that are bad at facilitating distributed communications are bad at solving problems, and therefore bad at handling uncertainty and change.
While this just adds to the difficulty of solving the problem, it also means we have a variety of ways to develop solutions.
Problem solving on NAEP is also not very challenging, at least not in the arithmetic required, the study states.
Crisis intervention in crisis negotiation comprises the concepts of empathy, active listening communication skills, a nonjudgmental attitude, boundary setting, acknowledgment of distorted thinking through reframing, and problem solving.