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Problems should be viewed as opportunities for change, not as difficulties and difficulties.

In this context, Osborne & Parnes discuss the creative problem solving process in 3 stages and 6 steps:

-Correct detection (detection of the purpose, determination of the data, detection of the problem),

-Conversion (generating ideas, finding solutions),

-Implementation (creating an action plan).



  • Being able to develop a solution-oriented approach,

  • To develop the ability to analyze the problem individually and institutionally,

  • To develop the ability to express oneself in the face of problems,

  • Understanding the importance of data collection and observation,

  • To develop the ability to correctly diagnose the problem,

  • To develop the ability to develop ideas and produce alternatives,

  • Developing the ability to establish correct strategy and planning,

  • To develop awareness of responsibility and initiative behavior.

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