On the Quandary Teacher's Page, you can view a 5 minute video showing how Quandary is being used in the classroom.
A printable game guide and lesson plan with tips on implementing the game are also available.
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Defining Creativity for the Classroom A lesson plan used to develop a class definition of creativity.
Tests of Applied Creativity, Logic, and Reasoning A lesson plan for grades 5 or 6 that can be used in a variety of subjects and contexts.Portions of the game description and lesson plan here have been adapted from the Quandary site. To prepare for game play, print the opinion tracker page and make a class set of photocopies. Quandary's registration system allows players to save their progress after each episode and return by logging-in at a different time. It’s not necessary to register to play the game, but note that progress will not be saved. Discover the Roots of a Polynomial Function A high school lesson in shi9ch students are introduced to the four-step problem-solving plan. Practical Problem-Solving Lesson Plan This lesson from a nutrition unit requires students to use problem-solving skills to deal with "perennial problems." Classic Middle-Grades Problems for the Classroom Students work in groups to solve two classic problems (Mangoes Problem and Sailors and Coconuts) that can be represented and solved in several different ways Problem Solving: Math, Episode 2An elementary lesson plan requiring students to explore different ways to find solutions to problems or situations. Working with Environmental Issues A learning module from the Peace Corps' World Wise Schools.in which students use problem-solving skills to address a real-world problem.In Quandary, players make difficult decisions that have no clear right or wrong answers, but important consequences – to themselves, to others in the colony, and to the planet Braxos.In their interactions with other settlers in the futuristic colony, players must consider facts, opinions and solutions, just as in real life.Membership is required to view them all, but it's free to join. Developing Problem-Solving Skills A lesson plan from the NY Times.Problem-Solving Process A lesson plan in which students learn a 6-step process for solving problems. Problem Solving/Holistic Lesson Plan: Paper Structure A high school lor middle school lesson plan.