Why networked thinking?

How can we identify important topics?

How can we tackle complex situations and problems?

How can we prepare ourselves
for the always uncertain future?

Do we act generationally fair?

How can we become more sustainable?

Our Themes:

Young people and society:
strengthened through networked thinking!

The project Wandel vernetzt denken (Approaching Change Through Networked Thinking) offers teachers, schools and other interested parties free teaching materials which explore social and global change in context and foster networked thinking.

Young people gain an understanding of this change, engage with it and learn to approach it in a constructive-critical manner, thereby preparing them to face complexity in their own lives.

As an organisation with independent content and centred around the common good, our web platform offers in-depth, action-oriented teaching materials which develop competences. They are available for download free of charge.

Other terms for networked thinking are systemic thinking, systems thinking, joined-up thinking, integrated thinking and cross-linked thinking.