Since 1984, Future Problem Solving Australia has been helping teachers educate students of all ages to think critically, and make better decisions.
Future Problem Solving is a dynamic international program involving thousands of students annually from around the world.
Future Problem Solving provides educators with a framework for teaching 21st century skills.
Through comprehensive guidance and rigorous competition, FPS students are taught a set of tools which allow them critically identify problems and strategically develop viable solution plans.
The benefits gained through participation include a focus on a range of skills:
FPS is actively looking for new coaches, teams, and individual competitors, from P-12.
This student enrichments program is very flexible. I can be co-curricular, extra-curricular, extension, elective or integrated into an existing subject.
All students (P-12) are eligible to participate.
Students may participate in teams or as individuals in a any or our programs, including research-based “Global Issues Problem Solving”, or creative “Scenario Writing,” storytelling "Scenario Performance, or real-life “Community Problem Solving” .
Our students investigate significant issues from a diverse range of community and global topics, when they participate in one or more of our five programs:
Meganne Wyatt competed internationally in 2002. Read more about her here.
The Future Problem Solving Program teaches students HOW to think, not WHAT to think.
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Last year, FPS educators taught more than 2,000 Australian primary and secondary students how to use practical problem solving strategies in a collaborative environment.
FPS is dedicated to providing students with skills which are invaluable to their academic and professional careers.