Innovative Learning Solutions to Navigate Complexity: Adapting Systems Thinking to Future Classrooms

Sharing core norms and values
Jul 24, 2023 | World Economic Forum and Trinity College Dublin

Transforming education through systems thinking is imperative to prepare young and adult learners for an increasingly complex world. In an era defined by intricate challenges such as climate change, inequality and biodiversity loss, the interconnected nature of these issues demands a deep understanding of patterns, relationships and dependencies. This white paper, a collaborative effort between the World Economic Forum and Trinity College Dublin, explores how to embed a systems thinking mindset in the education system. By nurturing a generation of tolerant, understanding and discerning thinkers, a systems approach can drive positive change and address the challenges of a complex world.

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