This spoken-word recording is a companion to SEED’s 2009 book Connected Wisdom, which uses folktales from around the world to highlight twelve principles of systems thinking. SEED collaborated with author Linda Booth Sweeney and singer/songwriter/storyteller Courtney Campbell to record the twelve folktales, a shortened introduction to each tale which explains the relationship to the systems principle related to that tale and an interview with the author.
Available in English only.
About the Author
Linda Booth Sweeney
Linda Booth Sweeney, Ed. D., is a researcher and writer dedicated to making the principles of systems thinking and sustainability accessible to children and others. She has worked with Outward Bound, Sloan School of M.I.T., and Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development, or SEED. She is the author of The Systems Thinking Playbook; When a Butterfly Sneezes: A guide for helping children explore interconnections in our world through favorite stories; Connected Wisdom: Living Stories about Living Systems and numerous academic journals and newsletters. Sweeney lives outside Boston, Massachusetts. More information is available at www.lindaboothsweeney.net.