Our Vision is to deliver academic and lifetime benefits to students through the effective application of systems thinking concepts, habits and tools in classroom instruction and school improvement.Learn More
Systems Thinking utilizes habits, tools and concepts to develop an understanding of the interdependent structures of dynamic systems.Learn More
Get Started – Whether an educator, community member, school, business, or non-profit organization, the Systems Thinking in Schools Project has a way for you to get involved.Learn More
Professional Development is available for individual educators as well as schools, districts and organizations. We offer face-to-face workshops, follow-up coaching, regional institutes and web-based learning opportunities.Learn More
Video – For first graders, systems thinking tools can help them solve an issue related to ongoing playground conflicts.Learn More
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Team registrations for the 2015 Conrad Challenge opened on August 8th and will remain open until October 16th.
The habits of a systems thinker describe ways of thinking about how systems work and how actions taken can impact results.LEARN MORE
This free, online resource has nine modules on the use of systems thinking habits and tools, including examples within PK-12 settings.ENTER SITE
Visit our calendar to learn about upcoming workshops, conferences, institutes, webinars and informational presentations.LEARN MORE
Lesson ideas, full lesson plans, "Think Sheets" and other systems thinking resources are located in this section.LEARN MORE