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```					                                                          Teaching, Learning and Assessing using Problem Solving Approach

Table: Mapping learning objectives into two way table

Cognitive Process Dimension

Remember                    Understand                    Apply                  Analyze                Evaluate                 Create
To be able to list the      To be able to identify      To be able to          To be able to identify   To be able to         To be able to evaluate
four stages of the          and list what               calculate summary      the four stages and      compare numerical     the relevance of
Factual knowledge

problem solving             constitutes each stage      statistics             explain how they fit     data values           conclusions to (wider)
approach                    of the problem solving                             together as the                                population
To be able to               approach                                           problem solving
distinguish between                                                            approach
discrete and continuous
variables
To know the
Knowledge Dimension

implications of variable
type for the data
collection method
(collection sheets)
To be able to list the      To be able to give an       To be able to          To be able to organise   To be able to         To be able to identify
four stages of the          overview of the             distinguish between    data into appropriate    explain what can be   variables that may be
problem solving             problem solving             the need for primary   tables/summaries         inferred from each    relevant to the
approach                    approach and its            and secondary data                              numerical             questions/problem
Conceptual knowledge

purpose.                                                                    summary/table and
To be able to               To be able to use                               graph/plot            To be able to
summarise the problem       summarised data                                                       articulate conclusions
To be able to               (including plots) in                                                  as a result of discussion
summarise                   support of the
requirements for data       conclusion
from the plan
To be able to explain
what can be inferred
from each numerical
summary/table and
graph/plot
To be able to
articulate conclusions
as a result of discussion
To be able to identify      To be able to organise    To be able to            To prepare a plan for    To be able to            To be able to
and list what               data into appropriate     undertake data           organising and           construct summary        construct/develop a list
constitutes each stage      tables/summaries          collection appropriate   recording the data       tables appropriate to    of data that needs to be
of the problem solving      To be able to             to the above                                      the data and the         collected
approach                    construct summary                                  To determine an          questions from the
To be able to               tables appropriate to     To be able to            appropriate source(s)    plan                     To be able to design
recognise availability of   the data and the          construct summary        for the data                                      data collection sheets
primary and/or              questions from the plan   tables appropriate to                             To be able to            appropriate to the
secondary data              To be able to calculate   the data and the         To be able to design     calculate summary        problem questions
To know the                 summary statistics        questions from the       data collection sheets   statistics appropriate
implications of variable    appropriate to the data   plan                     appropriate to the       to the data and the
type for the data           and the questions from                             variable type            questions from the
Procedural knowledge

collection method           the plan                  To be able to                                     plan
(collection sheets)         To be able to relate      calculate summary        To be able to organise
To be able to organise      the plan and questions    statistics appropriate   data into appropriate    To be able to relate
data into appropriate       raised to desirable       to the data and the      tables/summary           the plan and
tables/summaries            graphical presentations   questions from the                                questions raised to
To be able to construct     To be able to             plan                                              desirable graphical
summary tables              construct appropriate                                                       presentations
appropriate to the data     graphical                 To be able to relate
and the questions from      representations           the plan and                                      To be able to
the plan                                              questions raised to                               construct appropriate
To be able to calculate                               desirable graphical                               graphical
summary statistics                                    presentations                                     representations
appropriate to the data
and the questions from                                To be able to
the plan                                              construct appropriate
To be able to relate                                  graphical
the plan and questions                                representations
raised to desirable
graphical presentations
To be able to construct
appropriate graphical
representations
To be able to identify   To be able to give an    To be able to            To be able to evaluate   To be able to decide    To be able to
the four stages and       overview of the          construct summary        the relevance of         if data was             articulate and construct
explain how they fit      problem solving          tables appropriate to    conclusions to (wider)   appropriate for the     questions that the
together as the problem   approach and its         the data and the         population               questions               problem raises

Metacognitive knowledge
solving approach          purpose.                 questions from the                                To be able to relate
plan                                              inferences from         To be able to
To be able to relate     To be able to                                     tables and plots to     decide/conceive if
inferences from tables   calculate summary                                 questions raised and    additional
and plots to questions   statistics appropriate                            original problem        problems/questions are
raised and original      to the data and the                               decisions               raised
problem decisions        questions from the                                To be able to make
plan                                              decisions/come to
To be able to make       To be able to relate                              conclusions about the
decisions/come to        the plan and                                      original questions
conclusions about the    questions raised to                               To be able to
original questions       desirable graphical                               evaluate the
presentations                                     relevance of
To be able to                                     conclusions to
construct appropriate                             (wider) population
graphical
representations

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