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From: Volume XV, Issue 1: Fall 1994 Pages 21-32


Concept coverage is inadequate for applying knowledge to solve problems. Procedural and metacognitive knowledge needs to be included in instruction. Problem-solving thinking is necessary if learners are to understand and apply Scripture, discover intrinsic motivation, and process their emotions effectively. This article clarifies the steps of critical thinking for problem solving.



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