com)-- A Chinese saying, “Women hold up half the sky,” was the inspiration for The Future Problem Solving Program International's selection of this year's topic to be used at their International Conference.
What does FPSP stand for?
FPSP stands for Future Problem Solving Program
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We have 3 other meanings of FPSP in our Acronym Attic
- Floating Production, Storage and Offtake (shipping)
- Foster Parent Society of Ontario
- Field-Programmable System-On-Chip
- Fire Protection Specialists of Carolina (South Carolina)
- Fuel Pressure Shut-Off Valve
- Farm Privatization Support Project (World Bank)
- Floating Point Support Package (Motorola)
- Floating-Point Software Package (Motorola)
- Foundation for the Peoples of the South Pacific
- Fremont Peak State Park (California)
- Faculty of Professional Studies and Performing Arts (Canada)
- Future Problem Solving Program International
- Force Protection Systems Program Office
- Fonds Paritaire de Sécurisation des Parcours Professionnels (French: Securing Funds for Joint Professional Courses)
- Feet Per Second Per Second
- Family Practice Specialists of Richmond (Midlothian, VA)
- Fédération pour la Préparation et la Suite du Reclassement (French: Federation for Preparedness and Continuation of Reclassification)
- Field Personnel Status Report
- Floating Point Status Register (computing)
- Florida Partnership for School Readiness
Samples in periodicals archive:
My sixth-grader and several of her classmates recently joined an organization I'd never heard of until this year--the Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP).
Ford attributes his time spent as part of Odyssey of the Mind (now called Destination Imagination) and Future Problem Solving Program International competitions as the backbone for the development of his wordplay skills and his ability to create clever analogies to address problems and to interpret situations through a story or a skit.
She analyzed surveys of former Future Problem Solving program participants, noting enhanced issue awareness and positive responses to the program.
The two students who wrote these words were recalling the impact the Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP) had made on their school experience.
This mixed-methods study, based on Sternberg's (1996) theory of Successful Intelligence, examined Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP; 2001; Rogalla, 2003) coaches' efficacy in teaching for successful intelligence, factors related to their teaching efficacy, and how a person's pattern of successful behavior relates to his or her perception of different types of problem solving.