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Nonviolent Action > 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action 198 Methods of Nonviolent Action
The Topic Step 1: Identify the Challenges Step 2: Select and write the underlying problem Step 3: Produce Solution Ideas Step 4: Criteria Step 5: Apply Criteria Step 6: Develop an Action Plan The Topic Each problem solving experience is focused on a specific topic, set by the Futures Problem Solving International Program. To prepare, students begin by researching to learn as much as possible about the topic itself and its related issues.
The ability to think outside the box is a valuable skill that tends to bring its possessor fame and fortune.
For high schoolers, 20 years might as well be a lifetime. But hand them a problem that experts say threatens the entire planet if not solved in the next two decades, and they'll simply get to work. Perhaps the most hopeful sign for the rest of us: They'll have fun while they're at it.
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