Diving into Complexity: Developing Probabilistic Decentralized Thinking through Role-Playing Activities
Journal of the Learning Sciences Volume 7, Number 2, ISSN 1050-8406
Argues that role-playing activities can be a powerful tool in mathematics and science education, particularly in the new sciences of complexity (i.e., the study of complex systems). Two role-playing activities are described, each designed to help students develop better intuitions on how complex phenomena can arise from simple interactions, and predictable patterns from random events. (AEF)
Resnick, M. & Wilensky, U. (1998). Diving into Complexity: Developing Probabilistic Decentralized Thinking through Role-Playing Activities. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 7(2), 153.
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Firat Soylu, University of Alabama, United States; Nathan Holbert, Teachers College, Columbia University, United States; Corey Brady, Vanderbilt University, United States; Uri Wilensky, Northwestern University, United States
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