Friday, March 1 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Helping students use systems thinking in the classroom and everyday life

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Participate in fun, three-dimensional activities that introduce systems and system models as tools scientists and engineers use to understand complicated phenomena and solve problems. System modeling is more than simply drawing pictures; experience how systems thinking empowers learners to make sense of complicated problems. Empower your students to use systems thinking both in the classroom and in their everyday lives. Classroom-tested lesson provided.

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Jaime Ratliff

STEM Program Coordinator, Lapeer Community Schools STEM Program Coordinator
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Lindsey Watch

Curriculum Developer, Mi-STAR / RET @ Michigan Technological University

Friday March 1, 2019 8:00am - 9:45am
Haldane Room

Attendees (34)