Sustainable Tomorrow: A Teachers’ Guidebook for Applying Systems Thinking to Environmental Education Curricula

Sustainable Tomorrow: A Teachers’ Guidebook for Applying Systems Thinking to Environmental Education Curricula is a resource for helping high school teachers to “gain competence and confidence to begin experimenting with integrating systems thinking into their instruction.”

Colleen F. Ponto and Nalani P. Linder have created a guide that contains:

  • An introduction to Systems Thinking
  • How to select learning activities that can be enhanced by Systems Thinking
  • Two different Learning Activities
  • Appendices with helpful systems and sustainability resources
I’m interested in hearing from folks. For teachers new to systems thinking, does this guide help provide an introduction? For teachers experienced with systems thinking, does this guide provide you with ideas for how to create intentional learning activities with a systems focus?

3 responses to “Sustainable Tomorrow: A Teachers’ Guidebook for Applying Systems Thinking to Environmental Education Curricula

  1. Thank you for the resource. I have distributed it to my fellow colleagues in the Masters of Environmental Education and Communications program at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada.

  2. Hi there, I am trying to download the book but it says page not found. Is it still possible to get a copy of this?? Thanks so much!

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