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Consider The Gypsy Moth: An Example of System Dynamics for Carlisle
Author(s): Debra Lyneis Subject: Implementation
  An explanation of how system dynamics would "look" and work in a curriculum, using the gypsy moth caterpillar as a concrete example of its application in a science curriculum. A simple presentation which clearly demonstrates how to start using and underst
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Friendship Game
Author(s): Peg Clemans Subject: Personal Growth and Development
  From Catalina Foothills School District. In this game, students are introduced to the concept of reinforcing relationships, as well as the idea that practicing their friendship skills could not only lead to a friendship, but could also make more friendshi
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Intro Booklet for System Dynamics in K12
Author(s): CLE Subject: Implementation
  A packet of materials designed to help those conversant with system dynamics become involved with the education of students ages 3-19. Contains brochures, resource list, and other tips and techniques from the CLE.
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Introducing System Dynamics and Systems Thinking to a School (and Children) Near You
Author(s): CLE Subject: Implementation
  A packet of materials designed to help those conversant with system dynamics become involved with the education of students ages 3-19. Contains brochures, resource list, USB drive with all CLE materials and simulations.
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Introductory Packet
Author(s): CLE Subject: Why K12 SD
  A packet of six articles to introduce system dynamics in education. Includes: a) System Dynamics And Learner-Centered-Learning In Kindergarten Through 12th Grade Education. (Jay W. Forrester) An argument for the necessity of change in the educational process and the applicability of system dynamics in K-12 education. By the founder of the discipline of system dynamics. b) Systems Thinking, Four Key Questions. (Barry Richmond) A general over-view. Interesting paper to read to get the perspective of a professional system dynamicist, c) Bring System Dynamics to a School near You ( Debra Lyneis.) An explanation of the methods people have used to bring system dynamics and learner-centered learning to schools across the US.d) Consider The Gypsy Moth: An Example of System Dynamics for Carlisle. (Debra Lyneis) An explanation of how system dynamics would "look" and work in a curriculum, using the gypsy moth caterpillar as a concrete example of its application in a science curriculum. A simple presentation which clearly demonstrates how to start using and understanding basic system dynamics and modeling. e) Infusing System Dynamics into Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Curriculum (Debra Lyneis) A guide to help infuse the system dynamics concepts into curriculum. f) System Dynamics in 25 Words or Less (Debra Lyneis) A short, succinct description of system dynamics.
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Modeling Physics: System Dynamics in Physics Education
Author(s): Horst P. Schecker Subject: Science
  System Dynamics modeling helps to shift the focus of physics instruction towards more qualitative learning. Dynamic modeling requires students to analyze a phenomenon and develop the model, whereby they are introduced into the strategy of expert problem-solvers, i.e. to concentrate on a conceptual and semi-quantitative analysis. The modeling system supports the learner both in constructing the model and exploring its physical adequacy through simulation runs. Lead article in Spring 1996 CLExchange newsletter.
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Oscillations 3 Background Information on Simulation Created for Lesson 3: Rabbits, Rabbits and More Rabbits: Logistic Growth in Animal Populations
Author(s): Anne LaVigne, Jennifer Andersen, & in collaboration with the CLE Subject: Cross-Curricular
  Lesson 3 is an important precursor to Lesson 4: Waves of Change: Predator and Prey Dynamics. Population dynamics are taught in a mini-series of three lessons. We recommend starting with this lesson, logistic growth, and teaching these lessons in order because they clearly show the progression of structure needed to simulate S-shaped and cyclic behavior patterns.

Complex Systems Connection: Cause within System. Five interdisciplinary areas are covered in a series of lessons, utilizing a family of models that all generate oscillation. Oscillation in real-world systems is often considered problematic rather than a consequence of system structure. This progression of lessons will help students understand that undesirable behavior can be a consequence of system structure and not a result of outside, uncontrollable influences. In other words, a system that oscillates does so because it has an inherent tendency to do so.
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Some Basic Concepts in System Dynamics (D-4894)
Author(s): Jay W. Forrester Subject: System Dynamics
  In its full development, system dynamics is a discipline with the scope of science, education, law, engineering, or medicine. On the other hand, it is becoming clear that teachers in ordinary K-12 schools can make enough progress in two or three years to
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Splash! A Quick Guide for Getting Started
Author(s): Anne LaVigne Subject: Cross-Curricular
  This guide gives a user a jump start in accessing the Splash! App for simple models. For more detailed help, see SplashCards available in CLE products.
 
Steps to Downloading Road Maps from the Internet (D-4662)
Author(s): Stephanie Albin, & Nan Lux Subject: Road Maps
  From SDEP. Explains how to download Road Maps from the sysdyn.mit.edu website as well as how to download the Acrobat Reader software necessary for viewing/printing Road Maps and the other CLE documents.
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