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What Do We Mean by Systems Change and Why Is It so Hard?

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  • Diana Chapman Walsh
    President emerita of Wellesley College
  • Eric Klopfer
    Professor, Comparative Media Studies/Writing Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Mette Miriam Böll PhD
    Visiting Research Scientist MIT - Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab
  • Peter Senge
    Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Sustainability MIT Sloan School of Management

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The first video from Systems Awareness in Education, a series of virtual conversations on compassionate systems change in education. We believe that education can be a leading sector in helping shape the cultural changes needed throughout society and that education innovators around the world are busy doing just that. This new conversation series will bring researchers, educators, and practitioners together to explore work in student and educator wellbeing, classroom practice, and collaborative leadership at the district, region, state, and international levels. Discussions will focus on the most pressing issues of our time, from climate change and equity to declining mental health and well-being.
 

Topics: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Wellbeing

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