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Call Us: 1-608-824-9695  /   Fax:  888-959-2383  /  www.wisfps2.org   /  3318 Conservancy Lane, Middleton, WI  53562

Lynn Buckmaster, Wisconsin FPS Affiliate Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    International Conference topic for next June will be announced in early March

 

Additional topic for Scenario Writing 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

2018 International Conference Topic

Overview of WISCONSIN FPS

FPS Components

 

*Global Issues Problem Solving (GIPS)

*Scenario Writing (SW)

*Community Problem Solving (CmPS)

*Scenario Performance (ScP)

*Non-competitive Options

Today’s students will spend most of their lives in the 21st century.  As society changes more quickly now than ever before, we face the awesome burden of preparing today’s students for the uncertainties of the new millennium.  We cannot provide students with all the information they will need to survive in the future, but we can help them develop the thinking skills necessary to adapt to a changing world.  The Future Problem Solving Program embraces that challenge.

 

Wisconsin Future Problem Solving (FPS) is an affiliate of Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI). Through Global Issues Problem Solving and Community Problem Solving, students develop skills of teamwork, communication, research, critical and creative thinking, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.  Using a creative problem solving process, they learn to apply these wonderful skills to situations that are futuristic, but oriented to real life (in Global Issues Problem Solving) or to real life itself (Community Problem Solving).

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The Problem Solving Process



Students use this process as they address issues of the future.

Program Components



We provide a number of competitive and non-competitive options. 

 

Board of Directors



Meet the 9 individuals who run our program.

 

History of

Wisconsin FPS

 

Learn how our program began.

FPS Mission

To develop the ability of young people globally to design and achieve positive futures through problem solving using critical and creative thinking.

Questions or Suggestions?

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I learned to see undesirable and/or unforeseen circumstances as solvable challenges rather than unsurmountable problems.

Danielle Breidung

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