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Friday, March 4 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Getting Started with Systems Thinking in Your Classroom

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What is Systems Thinking (ST) and how can you use it in your classroom? Join this session to get started with ST in your classroom today! In this session participants will be introduced to Systems Thinking through interactive examples, discussion, and classroom templates using Google Slides, LucidChart, and Jamboard. Participants will have the opportunity to generate Slice-of-the System (SoS) maps, brainstorm strategies for incorporating SoS maps in the classroom, and adopt a Systems Thinking approach for helping students connect their learning to the world around them.

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avatar for Candice Chambers

Candice Chambers

Teacher Development Specialist, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
I am an educator and professional development specialist interested in productivity, planning, games, and providing more opportunities for increasing student agency in the classroom.


Friday March 4, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EST
303
  Concurrent, Content and Instruction
  • Grade Span 6-8, 9-12
  • Devices Chromebooks, iPads, Tablets, Macbooks, PC Laptops
  • Diversity Systems Thinking is a way of thinking about the world that helps one see the “bigger picture,” a picture that must be informed by diverse perspectives. The strategies used in this session center and value the perspectives that diverse learners bring to the table as agents of change and as collaborators in the classroom and in our world. Resources shared in this session are platform agnostic and free so as not to create barriers for access.
  • Level Beginner
  • Room 303