Learning to solve problems, which I think is the essence of Adulting, begins at an early age and continues to count for a lifetime. Today’s lesson poses a question: What numbers did the ancient Greeks use for counting?
That question was meant to raise the problem of counting non-discrete quantities before Arabic numerals came to Europe (from India). The problem itself was meant to introduce the concept of using mind-maps as a tool to begin the problem-solving process.
Here is the lesson plan for Day 3, of 67:
1.) What algorithm do you follow to solve complex problems?
2.) Do you track possible solutions as they fail and as they begin to work?
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