Doing homework for fun? It happens with systems thinking. Sarah Simon, Assistant Elementary Director at Wildwood School in Los Angeles, shares how systems thinking captivates student interest.
NASA loves systems thinking. Teachers do too. Cornell researchers Derek and Laura Cabrera talk about why systems thinking is also elementary, middle, and high school-friendly.
Noted educator and DEI practitioner Monique Marshall shares how systems thinking is a key to unlock the action steps that kids can take to recognize and disrupt unjust systems in our world.
Chapman University researchers, Dr. Margie Curwen and Dr. Amy Ardell, highlight the sea change systems thinking is bringing to education.
For Chicago Public Schools teacher Melitza Rodriguez, a Systems Thinking approach led to a 2020 Educator of the Year Award.
Grace Lazzarini of Sequoyah School in Pasadena CA, offers ideas for teaching systems wherever you are.
Molly Temple talks about her standards-driven Systems Thinking classroom at Palms Elementary School in Los Angeles.
Technology teacher Jocelyn Paez shares how her K-5 students use Systems to enhance their learning at the Lovett School in Atlanta.
Dr. La Tanya Manuel, National Board Certified Teacher at Mid-City's Prescott School in Los Angeles shares her insights using literature as a launchpad for Systems Thinking and social change with her 5th grade students.
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