Creating Pathways for Systems Thinking in Science Education

How can educators apply systems thinking to create authentic pathways for learning transfer and sense-making for students? Join me as we explore how the 5-S: science, students, schools, society, and sustainability, can be integrated through the 17 United Nations sustainable development goals to create transformative interdisciplinary campus-based studies. Teachers will increase their understanding of ESD; learn about a range of strategies, activities, and ideas; and gain access to resources and interactive tools they can use in their practice tomorrow!

Target Audience

Elementary (K-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

Sessions

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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    Janice Williams

    Janice Williams is a certified science teacher, MIE Trainer, and education consultant. She is an animated speaker passionate about connecting the world-of-school to the world-of-work through competency-based ecosystems of learning. Janice is committed to making science accessible to everyone and does so by serving on the Let’s Talk Science Board of Directors, and as a STAO volunteer chairing the Exhibits Committee for the annual STAO conference. She envisions a future where science education enables all learners to solve personally meaningful problems and make important science-related decisions to sustain just and equitable societies.

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