Collaborative Problem Solving at School
Extend faculty skills beyond the standard problem-solving rubric of identification and brainstorming. Collaborative problem solving assesses others’ needs and their skills deficits to help solve problems durably. This “must have” set of new tools is a key to smooth leadership.
The Collaborative Problem Solving model was developed by Ross W. Greene and J. Stuart Ablon at Harvard University / MGH. Visit CCPS.org and read “Treating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach” for more information on this innovative, empirically validated method.
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