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Thursday, August 12, 2021
Making Systems Thinking Accessible to all Generations, Geographies & Work Groups
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David Witney and 2 othersSystems At PlayPrivate group?Thursday, August 12, 2021
3:00 AM to 4:00 AM BST
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Making Systems Thinking Accessible to All Generations, Geographies and Work Groups
Tracy is joining us from the US so we have had to adjust our regular timing to a lunch session for those in Australia.
Over the past few decades, the Waters Center for Systems Thinking has been a go-to organisation for systems thinking in primary and secondary education throughout the United States and beyond.
Their practical, creative and customised approach has generated an expanded network throughout diverse sectors including government agencies, medical and health system science educators, social justice advocates, and business and community organisations.
This session will provide a glimpse into Waters Center methodologies and will actively engage participants along the way.
As President of the Waters Center for Systems Thinking (nonprofit), Tracy Benson Ed.D leads a team of experienced systems thinking educators who provide ST capacity building, coaching and facilitation to a wide range of education, government, for-profit, and community-based organizations.
Her previous 25+ years career in education included teaching and administrative positions at all levels spanning early childhood through higher education.
As a researcher, consultant and author of several books, Tracy’s passion and commitment echo the Waters Center’s mission:
To make the benefits of systems thinking accessible to everyone.