Complexity in schools
In the Huffington Post, noted education blogger Cathy Rubin publishes an interview that we did a few months ago. In it i underscore the importance for a next generation of kids to grow up being complexity-litterate.
In fact working together with the International Baccalaureate Organisation, this appears quite doable. The feedback from many teachers we engaged with is that kids are natural systems thinkers – and they would welcome a curriculum that builds on that natural capacity, rather than try to replace it with a reductionist world-view. We are currently developing a complexity curriculum, in partnership with several IB schools.
Here is a link to the interview: Huffington Post
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