### HGE 1: Solve complex problems and pose creative solutions

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posted Jul 8, 2012, 6:22 PM by Carol Gargon

#### Student Work

posted May 7, 2012 5:55 AM by Susan Hennessey
 Student Work Samples to support 2nd drafting process:Digger Dog problem (see attached)

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#### Untitled Post Feb 14,2012

posted Feb 22, 2012 11:44 AM by Carol Gargon
 Criteria 1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient(meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE) Define the problem Recognize the problem Recognize and describe some of the limits of the problem Recognize and describe the limits of the problem Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated problem Identify Strategies Identify a single approach that does not apply to the content Identifies a single approach appropriate to the content Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem appropriate to the content Compares and contrasts multi-approaches Propose Solutions/Hypotheses Proposes solution/Hypotheses that address the problemthat is downloaded rather than original Proposes one creative hypotheses/that isvague and difficult to evaluate Proposes one or more solutions/hypothesesthat indicates comprehension of the problem Proposes multicreative solutions/hypotheses EvaluatePotentialSolution Only evaluates oneside of the issue Evaluates advantagesand disadvantages of the proposed solution. Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts Throughly and insightfully evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts and examines historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution,and weighs the impacts of thatsolution. ImplementSolutions Select and try out theidentified solution Evaluate Outcome Review results relative to the defined problem.Reflection for potential improvement

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posted Feb 13, 2012 9:44 AM by Carol Gargon   [ updated May 2, 2012 12:58 PM by Sarah Ibson ]

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posted Jan 15, 2012 3:50 PM by Charlotte Sherman   [ updated Jan 19, 2012 7:30 AM by Matt Henchen ]

HGE: _______________________________________________________________

 Criteria 1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient(meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE)

HGE 1:Solve complex problems and pose (effective) creative solutions

 Criteria 1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient(meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE) 1. Define the Problem Recognize and describe the limits of the problem 2. IdentifyStrategies Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem. 3.ProposeSolutionsHypotheses Proposes one ormore solutions/hypotheses that indicates comprehension of the problem. 4.EvaluatePotential Solutions Evaluates advantages and disadvantages ofproposed solutions. 5. ImplementSolution Select and try out the best solution 6. EvaluateOutcome Review results relative to the problem defined with some consideration of the need for further work.
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#### Untitled Post

posted Jul 8, 2012, 5:50 PM by Carol Gargon

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posted May 7, 2012, 8:08 AM by Susan Hennessey   [ updated May 7, 2012, 8:18 AM ]

#### Student Work

posted May 7, 2012, 5:55 AM by Susan Hennessey

 Student Work Samples to support 2nd drafting process:Digger Dog problem (see attached)

#### Untitled Post Feb 14,2012

posted Feb 22, 2012, 11:44 AM by Carol Gargon

 Criteria 1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient(meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE) Define the problem Recognize the problem Recognize and describe some of the limits of the problem Recognize and describe the limits of the problem Recognize and describe the limits of a multifaciated problem Identify Strategies Identify a single approach that does not apply to the content Identifies a single approach appropriate to the content Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem appropriate to the content Compares and contrasts multi-approaches Propose Solutions/Hypotheses Proposes solution/Hypotheses that address the problemthat is downloaded rather than original Proposes one creative hypotheses/that isvague and difficult to evaluate Proposes one or more solutions/hypothesesthat indicates comprehension of the problem Proposes multicreative solutions/hypotheses EvaluatePotentialSolution Only evaluates oneside of the issue Evaluates advantagesand disadvantages of the proposed solution. Evaluates advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts Throughly and insightfully evaluates the advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions and includes the following:historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts and examines historical background,facts and evidence,logical arguments,fiancialcosts, social impacts, examines feasibility of the solution,and weighs the impacts of thatsolution. ImplementSolutions Select and try out theidentified solution Evaluate Outcome Review results relative to the defined problem.Reflection for potential improvement

nes

#### Jan.

posted Feb 13, 2012, 9:44 AM by Carol Gargon   [ updated May 2, 2012, 12:58 PM by Sarah Ibson ]

#### Untitled Post

posted Jan 15, 2012, 3:50 PM by Charlotte Sherman   [ updated Jan 19, 2012, 7:30 AM by henchenm@harwood.org ]

HGE: _______________________________________________________________

 Criteria 1 - Emerging (beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing (making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient (meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary (exceeds the HGE)

HGE 1:Solve complex problems and pose (effective) creative solutions

 Criteria 1 - Emerging(beginning to meet the HGE) 2 - Developing(making good progress toward meeting the HGE) 3 - Proficient(meets the HGE) 4 - Exemplary(exceeds the HGE) 1. Define the Problem Recognize and describe the limits of the problem 2. IdentifyStrategies Identifies multiple approaches for solving the problem. 3.ProposeSolutionsHypotheses Proposes one ormore solutions/hypotheses that indicates comprehension of the problem. 4.EvaluatePotential Solutions Evaluates advantages and disadvantages ofproposed solutions. 5. ImplementSolution Select and try out the best solution 6. EvaluateOutcome Review results relative to the problem defined with some consideration of the need for further work.

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