Education's Ecology is about—perhaps all about—relationships within a framework or paradigm of connections and actions. It is also about the enormous complexity that surrounds this "thing" we casually, and too often unthinkingly, label as "education" when we may actually mean inform or indoctrinate among many other misuses. Ecology is also commonly used to advance notions of complexity involving networks and systems. Education Ecology now gravitates broadly toward systems thinking and explores the importance of Social Systems Design for the Future of Education.
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Last revised 28 April 2020.