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Systems Thinking and Dynamic Modeling Biennial Conference

The Creative Learning Exchange’s biennial ST/DM conference provides a unique opportunity for educators, teachers, and administrators. At each of these conferences, world-renowned system dynamicists, systems thinkers, and educators who have been involved in this field for many years join us for two and a half days to share wisdom, information, curriculum, and tips on educating our students for the 21st Century. Both experienced educators and those who are new to system dynamics and systems thinking will find informative and interesting sessions and networking opportunities.

 

 

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General Description

Starting in the summer of 1996, The Creative Learning Exchange has hosted a biennial conference to explore systems thinking and dynamic modeling in K-12 education.

This conference provides resources and an opportunity for educators and interested citizens to explore what is current and possible in K-12 systems education. It is designed to involve experienced individuals as well as novices. Many fields are represented; participants include teachers, administrators, curriculum coordinators, citizen advocates, and business partners for schools.

Our goal is to help students/future employees be self-motivated and have the critical thinking skills necessary to look at dynamic systems in an increasingly complex technological society.

Presenters at a typical CLE conference include:

  • Teachers and administrators actively involved in systems education across the country and internationally
  • Internationally known speakers and professors in the field of systems thinking and system dynamics

Archived Conference Documents

2000 Conference Materials

2002 Conference Materials

2004 Conference Materials

2008 Conference Materials

2010 Conference Materials

2012 Conference Materials

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