Linda Booth Sweeney

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Talking with Kids About Exponential Growth During COVID-19

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Young people are watching. They’re worrying. From climate change to our current pandemic, adults don’t seem to have the answers. How can we support young people to look to the other side of the hardship and disruption they're experiencing now, to feel confident that they can solve complex problems and innovate their way to healthier futures? Whole-systems learning - experiential opportunities to improve our ability to see, understand and work with interdependent systems -- may be one answer.

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Avoid overwhelm and get started framing complex issues with this "systems thinking" checklist

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