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Assessing Progress in Systems Thinking and Dynamic Modeling: Some Thoughts for Educators
Author(s): Jeff Potash, & John Heinbokel Subject: Implementation
  A discussion of the methods and building blocks which help educators achieve success in introducing and understanding system dynamics.
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MUSINGS ON SOCIAL STUDIES AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS: LINKING
Author(s): Jeff Potash, & John Heinbokel Subject: Social Studies
  This is the first of three articles that explores building system dynamics tools and perspectives into the K-12 social studies curricula. This article begins with a "big picture" perspective in identifying goals that are shared by the two fields and that suggest a natural alliance.
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MUSINGS ON SOCIAL STUDIES AND SYSTEM DYNAMICS: Thinking Systemically
Author(s): Jeff Potash, & John Heinbokel Subject: Social Studies
  This second article poses the question, "How can we effectively use system dynamics to build social studies curricula to meet those two goals?" These ideas have evolved over years of working with students, most recently with Rob Skiff within the middle- and high-school Social Science program of the Vermont Commons School. Use of the collective "we" is intentional; the two of us hope to illustrate here (and then continue in a third article) how WE, as a larger educational community, might use generic system dynamics concepts and tools to enhance social studies instruction.
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Systemic Planning
Author(s): Ralph Brauer, John Heinbokel, & Jeff Potash Subject: Implementation
  Insights and discussion about the development of a basic outline model focusing on student performance.
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