Problem are part of procedure whenever we try to learn something. Whether you’re solving a problem for a client (internal or external), supporting those who are solving problems,or discovering new problems to solve, the problem you face can be large or small, simple or complex, and easy or difficult.

A fundamental part of every manager’s role is finding ways to solve them. So, being a confident problem solver is really important to your success. Much of that confidence comes from having a good process to use when approaching a problem.

With one, you can solve problem. With one your solutions may be ineffective,

or you’ll get stuck and do nothing, with sometimes painful consequences.

## STEPS TO SOLVE A PROBLEM

**Identifying and Defining the Problem: **The problem that has been recognized should be interesting challenging and motivating for the students to participate in exploring.

**Analyzing the Problem: **The problem should be carefully analyzed as to what is given and what is to be find out. A problem is like a question about which we have sometime little knowledge .

**Formulating Tentative Hypothesis: **It means to prepare a list of possible reason of occurrence of the problem. To draw hypothesis means we think possible reasons or causes in our mind. it provide us rout to move forward and collect data

**Testing the Hypothesis: **Appropriate methods should be selected to test the validity of the tentative hypothesis. This step is used to collect data on the bases of our hypothesis

**Verifying the Result: **Student are asked to determine their results, should be able to make generalization and apply it to their daily life.

## EXAMPLE:

1. if a student who is performing well, got bad score or lower score there must be a problem.

first of all, we try to find out the cause of his or her failure, it is the first step-in problem-solving method to identify the problem

2. secondly, we draw few hypotheses in our mind, there are several reasons for student failure, maybe he could not understand the lesson, he may not have enough time to learn or prepare either do due to he or she has some issue with parents or fellow friends

3. it’s the 3rd step we will discuss the issue with child, his parents, his teachers and friend, after this we will compare the result and analyze the result

4. in the last step we will know about whether our hypothesis is true or not. on the bases of results, we will draw our conclusion.

There are lots of problems which we would solve them by using this method step by step

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