Linda Booth Sweeney, Ed. D., is a researcher and writer dedicated to making the principles of systems thinking and sustainability accessible to children and others. She has worked with Outward Bound, Sloan School of M.I.T., and Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development, or SEED. She is the author of The Systems Thinking Playbook; When a Butterfly Sneezes: A guide for helping children explore interconnections in our world through favorite stories; Connected Wisdom: Living Stories about Living Systems and numerous academic journals and newsletters. Sweeney lives outside Boston, Massachusetts. More information is available at www.lindaboothsweeney.net.
Great book with DVD with examples of games to be used to explain systems thinking for both young and old.Published 9 months ago by Peter van der Velden
Good source of systems thinking exercises to introduce the basic concepts for the first time. Strongly recommended for those who want to learn about systems thinking concepts.Published 13 months ago by Thian Boon Meng