So what is a system?
To begin, jot down your own definition of a system and list some examples.
Think about: In what ways are the examples similar? How are they different?
Then watch this video, in which systems educator Linda Booth Sweeney considers what is a system and what’s not, what systems do, and why understanding systems is important.
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Look back at what you wrote, and update it with any new insights.