In a Problem Posing Approach: A problem would be presented by someone in the class and the class would have to discover an answer together. The student is seen as an active learner capable of reaching conclusions through the use of cognitive skills. The teacher is seen as a co-learner.

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## How is problem posing used in education?

In a Problem Posing Approach: A problem would be presented by someone in the class and the class would have to discover an answer together. The student is seen as an active learner capable of reaching conclusions through the use of cognitive skills. The teacher is seen as a co-learner.

### What are problem posing questions?

For example, they pose questions that:

- Request data to support others’ conclusions and assumptions. E.g. “What evidence do you have…..?”
- Seek alternative points of view. E.g.
- Search for causal connections and relationships. E.g.
- Suggest hypothetical problems (“iffy”-type questions). E.g.

**What does problem-posing education say about how knowledge is created?**

Problem-posing education relies upon dialogue and critical consciousness, democratic teacher- student relationships, the co-creation of knowledge through interaction, and a curriculum grounded in students’ interests and experiences. For Freire, dialogue was a key component of problem-posing education.

**What are two strategies teachers can use when posing problems to students that will empower students?**

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- 1) Give Your Students a Voice Through Forums for Student Feedback.
- 2) Give Students Decision-Making Power in an Area of Curriculum.
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- 4) Encourage Meaningful Technology Use in the Classroom.
- 5) Involve Students in “Real” Issues.

## What is Freire’s problem-posing education?

Problem posing education is a term coined by Brazilian educator Paulo Freire in his 1970 book “Pedagogy of the Oppressed”. Freire defines this term as a method of teaching that emphasizes critical thinking for the purpose of liberation (Wallerstein 1987).

### What is problem posing and problem solving?

Problem-solving is defined as a method or process by which a solution is found to a mathematical problem (Mayer, 2002; NCTM, 2000). On the other hand, problem-posing is defined as reformulating a given problem or producing new problems or questions (Cai & Hwang, 2002; English, 2003; Silver, 1994).

**What is problem posing in mathematics means?**

Dunker described problem posing in mathematics as the generation of a new problem or the formulation of a given problem.

**What is problem-posing and problem solving?**

## What is problem-posing in mathematics means?

### What is problem posing method?

Problem-posing education, coined by the Brazilian educator Paulo Freire in his 1970 book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, is a method of teaching that emphasizes critical thinking for the purpose of liberation. Freire used problem posing as an alternative to the banking model of education.

**What is Freire’s view on education?**

In Freire’s view, education is a practice of freedom, and education should be an activity of freedom (Freire, 1970) . Therefore, the teacher should understand the method of how to maintain the opportunity of freedom to the learner in the educational process.

**What are the three types of problem posing?**

Stoyanova & Ellerton (1996) describe three problem posing situations: free situation, structured situation, and semi-structured situation. Different situations result in the different quality of questions. Variations on these situations can be used to design various PP based activities for different purposes.

## What is problem posing approach in education?

Problem-posing education, coined by the Brazilian educator Paulo Freire in his 1970 book Pedagogy of the Oppressed, is a method of teaching that emphasizes critical thinking for the purpose of liberation. Freire used problem posing as an alternative to the banking model of education .

### What is the problem-posing style of Education?

The problem-posing style to education is not only the most effective way in helping a student retains the information, but it also sets everyone, whether it is the teacher or the students, at equilibrium. I am not just speaking from my point of view, but also from Freire.

**What are some key considerations when posing problems to students?**

Some key considerations when posing problems include: Both the teacher and student can pose a problem. It is not just the teacher’s role to come up with problems, although they can and do. Sometimes, a student will come to the class with a problem.

**How does problem-posing education solve the student–teacher contradiction?**

Problem-posing education solves the student–teacher contradiction by recognizing that knowledge is not deposited from one (the teacher) to another (the student) but is instead formulated through dialogue between the two.

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