This paper is the fourth in a series discussing experiences in applying the Strategic Systemic Thinking (SST) framework. The framework was originally proposed for the purpose of supporting contextual analysis into complex problem spaces as part of information systems analysis. Previous papers have dealt with an application supporting strategic development of work in an academic university department. In this paper, we turn our attention using the framework to support the educational process itself. Four separate applications are described relating to educational practice. The framework has been applied in an educational setting with varying degrees of success, and the authors attempt to draw some conclusions based on these experiences.
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|Published - 2009