I am graduating from Two Rivers with a practical view of the world. I don’t think that many students come out of middle school saying, “It was great.” And I don’t think many students have had this introduction to our society and its benefits and drawbacks. I’m also coming out of here with incredible problem-solving skills and the ability to look at any problem and have 10,000 ways to solve it in my mind already—because we don’t just memorize functions or the periodic table. We understand why, and we work to understand how to solve a problem instead of just getting the answer.
These USES are described in more detail below, and you can see them in the diagram. When you study it, 8 times you'll find "using" or "Use" or "use". And when you move your mouse over the "1 2 3 3" boxes added to it, you can see four isolation diagrams that show only the problem-solving actions for USE #1 ("using" to make Information ) and USE #2 ("Use" to do Evaluation ) and USE #3 ("use" to guide Generation in one Science Cycle & two Design Cycles).