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Making Thinking Visible: Causal Loops
Causal loop diagrams (also known as CLDs) are used to show the feedback within a system. Feedback is shown as a circular causal relationship within the system. They are used to show and understand the interactions within a system. In general, there are two types of loops balancing and reinforcing. In a balancing loop a change in the starting variable leads to a change in the opposite direction. In a reinforcing loop a change in the original variable causes an additional change of the same variable in the same direction. See the video for more information about these loops.
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Connection Circles are thinking tools. The goal of the circle is to clarify our thinking about the underlying causes of complex issues. Connection circles help us brainstorm about what is changing and to trace webs of causal relationships within systems to understand those changes. It can be a handy graphic organizer that helps students understand the main ideas in their reading.
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These and other explorations in the new book, Model Mysteries, are about deriving helpful answers, but the REAL point is to see how the underlying system works. As an example, if we were talking about automobiles, one set of lessons is to learn how to drive a car, but another 鈥攄eeper鈥攕et of instructions is how to build and maintain an automobile. In the lessons, we look 鈥渦nderneath the hood鈥 of each model.
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Research professor Chang Kwon Chung at Interdisciplinary Program of EcoCreative, the Graduate School, Ewha Womans鈥 University, pioneered a Shakespeare鈥檚 Hamlet Modeling program. An educational program for reading Hamlet was introduced for the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare鈥檚 death.
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