A vague feeling that something is wrong or that some theory is not adequate does not constitute a problem, however; it merely indicates an area in which a problem may exist. If a doctor examines a patient with a fever and a rash, he knows that a problem exists. But, before he can cure the patient, he must diagnose the exact nature of the difficulty. If a teacher becomes disturbed about the amount of time correcting test papers consumes, he is aware of a problematic situation but has not identified the specific difficulty. To bring the causes of his problem into clearer focus, he can ask several probing questions.
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