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Bringing System Dynamics to a School Near You: Suggestions for Introducing and Sustaining System Dynamics in K-12 Education.
Author(s): Debra Lyneis Subject: Implementation
  Presented at the 2000 International System Dynamics Society Conference in Bergen, Norway, this paper explains how system dynamics is introduced and sustained in schools, outlining some of the many generous contributions that have made the early growth of K-12 system dynamics possible, and giving readers many resources and practical suggestions for how they can participate, too. Updated in 2013 by the Creative Learning Exchange.
British Petroleum Is Not Jackson Middle School: Different Best Modeling Practices for Different Environments
Author(s): Ron Zaraza, T Joy, & S Guthrie Subject: Project Histories
  From CC-STADUS/CC-SUSTAIN. Presented at the 16th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society in Quebec '98. A discussion of the use of system dynamics in education and the two complementary "best" modeling practices for education, as distinct
Designing Instructional Units with a Systems Thinking/System Dynamics Approach
Author(s): Lil Williams Subject: Project Histories
  From the GIST Project. A brief explanation, with specific examples using GIST curricula, of when and how a study can be enhanced with an ST/SD approach.
Dynamic Modeling with Computers: A Tool for Learning
Author(s): Lees N. Stuntz Subject: Project Histories
  A short descriptive article giving an overview of the use of dynamic modeling in the curriculum.
Experiences in Developing Single-Discipline and Cross-Curricular Models for Classroom Use
Author(s): Ron Zaraza, & Diana Fisher Subject: Project Histories
  From CC-STADUS. The experiences of the CC-STADUS staff and participants in the CC-STADUS Project lead to recommendations and suggestions for model development and documentation, and training programs for teachers. Presented at the 1996 International Syste
Getting Started with System Thinking in the Primary Grades
Author(s): Sharon Coffin Subject: Implementation
  From Maumee Valley Country Day School. Sharon Coffin's account of her start in teaching systems thinking and some curricula she developed to teach the concepts to the primary grades.
GIST Sampler/Project Overview
Author(s): GIST Subject: Project Histories
  From the GIST Project. A full report of the GIST project, its goals, how it began, and how it has evolved; learning environment development and descriptions, activity sheets.
Introducing System Dynamics into the Traditional Secondary Curriculum: The CC-STADUS Project's Search for Leverage Points
Author(s): Ron Zaraza, & Diana Fisher Subject: Implementation
  From CC-STADUS. A discussion of the single-subject natural "entry points" for system dynamics—areas where systems ideas and models are natural topics. Examples are given for physics, biology, mathematics, social sciences and literature.
K-12 Systems Thinking Standards
Author(s): Richard Langheim, & Timothy Lucas Subject: Project Histories
  A set of standards outlining what level of understanding of systems students should have in various grades, K-12.
Learning About System Dynamics: One Experience
Author(s): Diana M. Fisher Subject: Project Histories
  From CC-STADUS. A narrative about Diana Fisher's (Math teacher in the Portland Public Schools) experience learning about STELLA and systems education.
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