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Deleted UserDeleted User28 June 2020 at 12:26 pm
Systems thinking tools encourage us to broaden our perspective by scaffolding our thinking in such a way that we are analysing instead of identifying. They are definitely valuable to our own learning as educators (student well being, curriculum design, unit planning, etc).
In my own context, I think these tools and strategies would be best used in conjunction with each other (where possible) and not treated as separate tools. Any strategy that gets students thinking critically, sharing their thinking with each other and explaining cause/effect is going to be beenficial in developing those ’21st century skills’!