Systems Thinking in Early Education – Peter Senge

Peter Senge humors his audience to imagine the young child’s innate ability to control his or her family as an example of systems thinking.  As with other experts in his field and in others, Senge laments that a young child’s innate abilities are forgotten once he or she enters formal school.  What could early education learn from systems thinking to improve children’s learning?

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