The paper investigates the role of Systemic design in a well-structured social network as a tool to solve complex problems difficult to face by the application of a linear approach. It's necessary a change of paradigm: from an approach based on the competition and on the logic of continuous growth to a systemic vision, based on the collaboration, the awareness and the rediscovery of qualitative values. The ecological emergency demands more and more the development of sustainable and resilient communities. We have to change the waymof thinking processes and relations, in other words we must be ecoliterate. Infact, ecoliteracy represents the starting point of innovative processes. It gives importance to the relations and to the multidisciplinary team-work. This cultural change begins at the level of the schooling system which now represents the official institution for growing conscious individuals. The current academic system has been defined by the same linear and competitive approach used to delineate our economic systems (social hierarchy,inequalities etc.). In practice, to achieve some important changes we need to act from students of primary school to college students and over. The paper investigates also the issues of the strict hierarchy between teacher and student and the support of collaborative behaviour. In this article we present different case studies (not only from the world of academia) and analyse the role of project-based-learning in order to inspire a new ecocompetent generation of people.

Systemic Education and Awareness. The role of project-based-learning in the systemic view / Dominici, Laura; Peruccio, Pier Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 302-314. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 6th International Forum of Design as a Process Systems & Design: Beyond Processes and Thinking tenutosi a Valencia nel June 22nd – 24th, 2016 [10.4995/IFDP.2016.3712].

Systemic Education and Awareness. The role of project-based-learning in the systemic view

Dominici, Laura;Peruccio, Pier Paolo
2016

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The paper investigates the role of Systemic design in a well-structured social network as a tool to solve complex problems difficult to face by the application of a linear approach. It's necessary a change of paradigm: from an approach based on the competition and on the logic of continuous growth to a systemic vision, based on the collaboration, the awareness and the rediscovery of qualitative values. The ecological emergency demands more and more the development of sustainable and resilient communities. We have to change the waymof thinking processes and relations, in other words we must be ecoliterate. Infact, ecoliteracy represents the starting point of innovative processes. It gives importance to the relations and to the multidisciplinary team-work. This cultural change begins at the level of the schooling system which now represents the official institution for growing conscious individuals. The current academic system has been defined by the same linear and competitive approach used to delineate our economic systems (social hierarchy,inequalities etc.). In practice, to achieve some important changes we need to act from students of primary school to college students and over. The paper investigates also the issues of the strict hierarchy between teacher and student and the support of collaborative behaviour. In this article we present different case studies (not only from the world of academia) and analyse the role of project-based-learning in order to inspire a new ecocompetent generation of people.
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