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Define the Problem Hypothesis: The light bulb has burned out.
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4 – Proposes one or more solutionshypotheses are sensitive to contextual factors as well as all of the following ethical, logical, and cultural dimensions of the problem.
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3 – Proposes one or more solutionshypotheses 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 solutionhypothesis that is difficult to evaluate because it is vague or only indirectly addresses the problem statement.
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Evaluate Potential Solutionsreasoning, examines feasibility of solution, and weighs impacts of solution.
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3 – Evaluation of solutions is adequate (for example, contains thorough explanation) and includes the following, considers history of problem, reviews logicreasoning, examines feasibility of solution, and weighs impacts of solution.
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1 – Evaluation of solutions is superficial (for example, contains cursory, surface level explanation) and includes the following, considers history of problem, reviews logicSet up Experiment: Change light bulb, check other components to see if they work, check to see if it is plugged in.
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.
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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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