An archetypical loop diagram that illustrates how a story can have a similar structure for problem resolution
A study of text regarding the social, economic and political changes that led to Arizona statehood
This activity involves using a computer simulation to increase students’ understanding of the long-term potential of exponential growth.
Students experience the “Balancing Tubes” activity from The Systems Thinking Playbook and relate the experience to body systems.
Participants (adults or students in 4th grade and up) participate in an activity in which groups represent families. Individuals in each family represent generations over time. All participants draw from a common non-renewable resource to survive.
Exploring the various influences of human consumption of natural resources over time
Using the book 100 Hungry Ants to look at teamwork, arrays and the Fixes That Fails archetype