Problem Solving Method In Science

Here are some models that can help students understand and do the process of science.

We'll begin with simplicity, before moving on to models that are more complex so they can describe the process more completely-and-accurately.

When PHEOC, or a similar model, is presented — or is misinterpreted — as a rigid sequence of fixed steps, this can lead to misunderstandings of science, because the real-world process of science is flexible.

Science Buddies has Steps of the Scientific Method with a flowchart showing options for flexibility of timing.

They say, "Even though we show the scientific method as a series of steps, keep in mind that new information or thinking might cause a scientist to back up and repeat steps at any point during the process.

A process like the scientific method that involves such backing up and repeating is called an iterative process." And they compare Scientific Method with Engineering Design Process.

From thoughtco.com, many thoughts to explore in a big website.

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