Student Project 01
Bucket Global Warming

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Adam Anderson
Adam Anderson


Student Project 02
Serotonin

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Max Strater
Max Strater


Student Project 03
Workforce Satisfaction

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Harrison Cassady
Harrison Cassady


Student Project 04
Transportation of Milk

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Henry Li
Henry Li


Student Project 05
Blood Donation

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H.H. and Hillary Johnson
H.H. and Hillary Johnson


Student Project 06
China Water

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Henry Olson and Cameron Shishido
Henry Olson and
Cameron Shishido


Student Project 07
Colony Collapse Disorder

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I.A. and Tavis McDowell
I.A. and Tavis McDowell


Student Project 08
Diet and Exercise

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Coleen Newey and Angela Moore
Coleen Newey and
Angela Moore


Student Project 09
Reduce Smoking

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Sean Klein and Julia McDowell
Sean Klein and
Julia McDowell



Other Student Projects
See other student projects
on a variety of topics including
available reports and diagrams

 
STUDENT PROJECTS

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High school students are very interested in learning the operational dynamics of many serious systemic problems that face the adult world today. Learning the feedback thinking that is the foundation of System Dynamics modeling and using the STELLA software, students have a new opportunity not only to gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics operating within the systemic problems we face, but also to test policies that might eventually mitigate some of the more serious consequences of these problems.

This new method of thinking is based in theory and is gaining momentum as a successful tool to use in analyzing complex systems. It is time we taught all of our elementary and high school students to use this powerful analytical process.

For two decades a high school System Dynamics Modeling course has been taught in Portland, Oregon. The projects displayed here are some of those that have been created within the last six years.

 


 

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