Online Collaboratives

The  online collaborative is an informal gathering of educators interested in applying systems thinking to their work.   These virtual conversations focus on reviewing and refining applications of systems thinking concepts and tools.  Participants may share student work, learning artifacts, lesson plans, activity ideas, resources and questions.  Participants will have the benefit of learning from and with practitioners from around the world.  Due to the interactive nature of online collaboratives, they are synchronous events and are only available during the scheduled timeframe.

Participants will need to register online in order to participate, as a presenter or listener. Below is a list of upcoming collaboratives.


Using Systems Thinking Tools in Science Curriculum

March 16, 2016

5:00 p.m. EST

This online collaborative is a follow-up to the Exploring Science with Systems Thinking in the Elementary School webinar, which was facilitated by Karen Abbott and Kelly Nichols from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.  For this collaborative, participants who are willing to share lessons, ideas and resources that they have used in a science classroom, will be given the opportunity to present to the whole group and answer participant questions.

We hope you will join us by sharing your ideas and experiences and keep the momentum going!