Systems Thinking in Chemistry Education

The complex nature of the global issues facing modern societies demands that all students, particularly those interested in STEM careers, meaningfully understand central ideas in chemistry, know how to apply science and engineering practices to investigate phenomena and design solutions, develop systems thinking skills to analyze the systems of interest, and act with socio-environmental responsibility.

If you are interested in integrating these learning outcomes and incorporating more systems thinking into your chemistry teaching, check the resources developed by the SaSTICE project from IUPAC:


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