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  • Short Activity (Video): Step 8
    In this video, learners look at the causes and effects of complex problems, including carrying out research by exploring the decline in footfall for a local charity shop caused by building works nearby.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 9
    In this video, learners create a range of possible solutions for complex problems and identify the pros and cons of each by exploring the problem of an increasing number of children under 10 in the UK not being able to swim.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 14
    In this video, learners identify assumptions that may be made about a problem and possible solutions, and think about how this might impact their approach by exploring a statement about brushing teeth.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 14
    In this video, learners identify assumptions that may be made about a problem and possible solutions, and think about how this might impact their approach by looking at a proposed solution to the problem of patients' lateness at a doctor's surgery.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 11
    In this video, learners use logic trees to help solve the complex problem of too many library books being returned late or going missing.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 6
    In this video, learners explain the difference between simple and complex problems by thinking of an example of a complex problem, pairing up and sharing their examples to peer-assess.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 13
    In this video, learners explain deductive and inductive logic and how they can be used in problem-solving by exploring deductive logic in the problem of mobile phone use in the car.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 12
    In this video, learners use hypotheses to help solve complex problems by suggesting a measurable hypothesis for a given problem around graffiti in the local area.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 13
    In this video, learners explain deductive and inductive logic and how they can be used in problem-solving by exploring inductive logic in the problem of mobile phone use in the car in their local area.
  • Short Activity (Video): Step 10
    In this video, learners evaluate different solutions for a complex problem to pick the best one by creating a criteria matrix for choosing which hobby or interest to pursue.