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Tinker Thinking

2/24/2015 4:17 PM |

Children do it all the time. They change, add, and rearrange classroom materials to suit their play. They remove materials, make adjustments, and combine things to support their ideas and play scripts. This happens daily, within moments, and all because something works or doesn’t work. Children do this very quickly; they modify, adapt,...

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Systems Thinking and the Complexity of Kodo Products

12/23/2014 10:00 AM |

Systems Thinking is a term describing the thought process around understanding how interwoven parts or events act together to make a whole. An example of this is an engine in which many parts work together to produce a rotating drive shaft. Understanding these complex systems takes two things: 1) an independent comprehension of each part; and...

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Brainy Question

9/9/2014 10:40 PM |

Many of you reading this know that I’m a parent. Every school year I attempt to pry information out of my son about his experience in school. This usually goes about as well as a novice opening a clamshell for the first time.  I usually start with something like, “Anything interesting happen in school today?”...

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