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The Noticing Tool helps us be aware of and interpret our experiences and behaviors in the present and to orient our behaviors towards valued
Learning about Structures of Knowledge (SoK) is a foundation for interdisciplinary learning. SoK can be represented graphically in diagrams that help us understand and
Payoff matrices can help us analyze the behavioral strategies and possible outcomes in diverse situations across biology and society.
Causal mapping helps us reflect on the interdependent relationships between agents and entities within complex systems.
Analogy mapping is a tool for thinking about similarities and differences between different concepts or phenomena.
Tinbergen’s Questions can help organize complex causality of behaviors and other phenomena across time.