Coping with Complexity Checklist —High School





Student seeks out complex problems.



Student enjoys working on complex problems to learn something new.



Student uses a variety of strategies flexibly and efficiently to solve complex problems.



Student views complex problems as systems.



Student analyzes systems to choose relationships and components where action will have the greatest impact.



Student understands that complex problems may not have clear solutions.



Student takes a different perspective and tries again when unsuccessful.



Student concentrates in a noisy and active environment.



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