Educational curricula based on content rather than method

Although educational institutions may acknowledge their failure to offer problem solving or method-oriented curricula, they as yet have not developed a comprehensive, overall model for this type of education and few educators have the training necessary to provide a systematic methodological programme. With the exception of the scientific method, problem solving methods are lacking, whether motivational methods (except in business and military leadership seminars); study methods; reflective methods; or techniques of cooperation. The few instances where methods are taught they are generally in an isolated situation and there is no obvious relationship between one kind of method and another.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems