2. Write down your ideas. This will allow you to revisit anidea later on. Or, you can modify and change an idea. If you don't writeyour ideas they tend to be in a continual state of change and you will probablyhave the feeling that you're not going anywhere. What a great feeling itis to be able to sit down and scan the many ideas you have been thinkingabout, if they're written down.
Two of the physics strategies above will be illustrated further by means of example problems in the appendix of this paper. The problems themselves will be presented here.
Research Proposal 2 - Defending Your Problem or Thesis Statement.
Waddling's initial method involved a flowchart approach in which students were guided through a variety of steps and decision gates which sent them down the path needed to solve the particular problem they were working on. Rather than a linear set of items, this one branched out to cover various types of stoichiometry problems (see figure).