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(Answered)-Define the Problem/Observation: My bread has mold on it. Select


Define the Problem/Observation: My bread has mold on it.?


Select one:

a. 4 - Demonstrates the ability to construct a clear and insightful problem statement with evidence of all relevant contextual factors.b. 3 - Demonstrates the ability to construct a problem statement with evidence of most relevant contextual factors, and problem statement is adequately detailed.c. 2 - Begins to demonstrate the ability to construct a problem statement with evidence of most relevant contextual factors, but problem statement is superficial.d. 1 - Demonstrates a limited ability in identifying a problem statement or related contextual factors.


Propose Solutions/ Hypothesis: Bread closer to the wall , the hot water heater is on, will grow mold faster.


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a. 4 - Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses that indicate a deep comprehension of the problem. Solution/hypotheses are sensitive to contextual factors as well as all of the following ethical, logical, and cultural dimensions of the problem.b. 3 - Proposes one or more solutions/hypotheses that indicate comprehension of the problem. Solutions/hypotheses are sensitive to contextual factors as well as the one of the following ethical, logical, or cultural dimensions of the problems.c. 2 - Proposes one solution/hypothesis that is ?off the shelf? rather that individually designed to address the specific contextual factors of the problem.d. 1 - Proposes a solution/hypothesis that is difficult to evaluate because it is vague or only indirectly addresses the problem statement.


Evaluate Potential Solutions/Prediction: Bread on the closer wall will mold faster than on the opposite side.?


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a. 4 - Evaluation of solutions is deep and elegant (for example, contains thorough and insightful explanation) and includes, deeply and thoroughly, all of the following considers history of problem, reviews logic/reasoning, examines feasibility of solution, and weighs impacts of solution.b. 3 - Evaluation of solutions is adequate (for example, contains thorough explanation) and includes the following, considers history of problem, reviews logic/reasoning.c. 2 - Evaluation of solutions is brief (for example, explanation lacks depth) and includes the following considers history of problem, reviews logic/reasoning, examines feasibility of solution, and weighs impacts of solution.d. 1 - Evaluation of solutions is superficial (for example, contains cursory, surface level explanation) and includes the following, considers history of problem, reviews logic/reasoning, examines feasibility of solution, and weighs impacts of solution.


Identify Strategies/Set up Experiment: Put one piece of bread on wall next to hot water heater; then put one piece of bread on the opposite wall and see which one grows faster.

Select one:

a. 4 - Implements the solution in a manner that addresses thoroughly and deeply multiple contextual factors of the problem.b. 3 - Implements the solution in a manner that addresses multiple contextual factors of the problem in a surface manner.c. 2 - Implements the solution in a manner that addresses the problem statement but ignores relevant contextual factors.d. 1 - Implements the solution in a manner that does not directly address the problem statement.






 


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