System Thinking Education: Theory of Change

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Discussing our outcomes of how might we make tomorrow's leaders system thinkers?

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After four weeks of research and co-design workshops we are transitioning to the ideation section of this exciting project looking how we might educate 16-18 year olds to become system thinkers. This will be a 45 minute discussion to allow us to reflect and develop the theory of change before we begin our ideation.

Anyone is welcome to join! This is part of an ongoing project looking at how we might make the leaders of tomorrow circular system thinkers? The project is important right now as we are at a turning point post-covid-19. Countries and organisations are pivoting towards a more sustainable recovery that will put people and the planet before economic growth. We need to ensure our future generations are equipped with the tools to give to fight climate change and social injustice

We will be going through the Theory of Change and discussing and adapting (The document will be sent to you before hand incase you would like to look through). We’re holding a workshop that will be easy-going and thought-provoking, perfect for a Thursday evening. It’s open to the general public and the design community, and we’re sure that all participants will learn something valuable from each other.

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The workshop will happen on a Zoom video call, with visual prompts, and is free to join. . It will take place 20.00-20.45 (allowing time for technical difficulties!) and beer, wine or tea is very much encouraged (bring your own, of course)

We can’t wait to see you on Thursday!


By partaking in this workshop, I consent to having the workshop video recorded towards Joey McAleese's MA Design for Social Innovation & Sustainable Futures submission.

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