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I in Inflation App Mini-Lesson
Author(s): Anne LaVigne Subject: Cross-Curricular
  "ā€˜Iā€™ in Inflation" is a free, engaging, easy-to-use app for students and others to explore the relationships among wages, inflation, and a potential gap in spending power over time.
Graphing the Friendship Game: A Preliminary System Dynamics Lesson
Author(s): Alan Ticotsky, & Debra Lyneis Subject: Personal Growth and Development
  A variation on the original Friendship Game (SS1996-11FriendshipGame) becomes the foundation for an introductory graphing lesson for students in grades K, 1 and 2, adding graphing to the systems tools used and systems concepts learned in the game.
From Exponential to Convergent to Logistic Models Using STELLA
Author(s): Diana Fisher Subject: Math
  From CC-STADUS. Exploration using bacteria, poison, cooling, fish population, and flu epidemic.
Four Sample Lesson Plans, translated from German and adapted by Stephanie Albin (D-4558)
Author(s): Stephanie Albin Subject: Implementation
  Four lesson plans using STELLA, developed by Hans-Ulrich Doenhoff, Wittern, Germany, intended to serve as a guide for teachers, to help them implement system dynamics in their lesson plans. The examples cover population demographics, titration, algae, and
Author(s): Alan Ticotsky Subject: Cross-Curricular
  Stock/flow diagrams and computer modeling are wonderful tools to help us understand and solve complex problems and systems. But they should not be reserved only for those complex scenarios. Teaching young students to draw stock/flow diagrams to understand simpler problems helps them to begin thinking systemically. Using eleven familiar and common situations, this series of problem sets designed for middle school students makes the tools accessible and comprehensible.
Everyday Behavior Over Time Graphs.
Author(s): Gene Stamel, & Debra Lyneis Subject: Cross-Curricular
  This paper gives general suggestions and specific lessons for using behavior over time graphs in language arts, math, social studies, and science. After an introduction and a little bit of practice, students become skilled at using the graphs to both understand patterns of change and express their ideas about them.
Economics and System Dynamics for Young Students
Author(s): Debra Lyneis, Rob Quaden, & Alan Ticotsky Subject: Social Studies
  Today's students need an understanding of economics and system dynamics to participate effectively and fully in our complex global economy, but very few schools teach either discipline. Carlisle, Massachussetts teachers have developed several basic econom
Dynamics Modeling and Euler's Method
Author(s): Judith Bishop, & Nanette Dyas Subject: Math
  From the Maryland Virtual High School. The objective of this unit is to use and understand Euler's Method to predict future populations of the grey squirrel under a variety of hypothetical conditions. The student will see how continuous change may be appr
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Drawing and Reading Behavior over Time Graphs: Four Math Lessons to Build Graphing Skills
Author(s): Rob Quaden, & Debra Lyneis Subject: Math
  In this series of exercises, eighth grade math students learn how to read and interpret graphs, to draw graphs to specify their ideas and explain them to others, and develop the skills of thinking and communicating in terms of graphs.
Dollars and Sense Lesson 7
Author(s): Jeff Potash, & John Heinbokel Subject: Cross-Curricular
  Lesson 7 from "Dollars and Sense: Stay in the Black: Saving and Spending," a Personal Finance Curriculum. In developing an understanding of how the pieces of our economic system work together, students should start with a deepened understanding of their own finances. This set of lessons focuses on core saving and spending systems that shape the outcomes of personal financial decisions. Future modules will link these saving and spending concepts with other important elements of personal finance (investment, credit, debt, and human capital).

Complex Systems Connection: Short and Long Term Conflicts. Managing money, in personal finances or in running a business, often involves setting both short-term and long-term goals. Sometimes goals are in conflict between these timeframes, such as spending now versus saving/investing for future financial well-being.

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