A Model for Problem Solving


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A Model for Problem Solving
1010204A Model for Problem Solving
The Model All the individual elements necessary to bring out the best in people must be applied in a systematic format for solving performance problems and maximizing performance. In the early 1960s Ogden Lindsley (1991) developed such a model and used it effectively in his work with parents, teachers, and students. He wanted a way of solving problems that would be simple for parents to use and to teach to their children. The original model was comprised of four steps: Pinpoint Record Consequate
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Aubrey C. Daniels, Ph.D.,: Bringing Out the Best in People. A Model for Problem Solving, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2000), AccessEngineering Export