NECSI's educational research provides insight into how to improve teaching and learning and finding a more effective school structure, and how creativity, individual differences, and various modes of learning result from the structure of our nervous system.

Making Things Work: Solving Complex Problems in a Complex World, Y. Bar-Yam, Chapters 12-13 (2005).

Complex Systems Perspectives on Education and the Education System. M. Bar-Yam, K. Rhoades, L.B. Sweeney, J. Kaput, Y. Bar-Yam

Changes in the Teaching and Learning Process in a Complex Education System. M. Bar-Yam, K. Rhoades, L.B. Sweeney, J. Kaput, Y. Bar-Yam (2002).

Planning Documents for a National Initiative on Complex Systems in K-16 Education. J. Kaput, Y. Bar-Yam, M. Jacobson, E. Jakobsson, J. Lemke, U. Wilensky, and Collaborators (June 20, 1999).

 

 

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