Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Day, JA, Ludwig, CM, Baliga, NS (2021). Cultivating Environmental Sustainable Food through a Community Ambassador Program. Clearing: Journal of Community-Based Environmental Literacy Education. Winter Edition: 12-16.
  2. Patwardhan S, Diener C, Swegle S, Howsmon RA, Gibbons SM (2021). What are poop transplants and how do they work? Frontiers for Young Minds, 9:571389. doi:10.3389/frym.571389.
  3. Orellana MV, Ludwig CM, Thompson AW, Baliga, NS (2020). Integrating oceanographic research into high school curricula: Achieving broader impacts through systems education experiences modules. Oceanography 33(3):16-20, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2020.304.
  4. Ludwig CM, Orellana MV, DeVault M, Simon Z, & Baliga NS (2015) Ocean Acidification: Engaging Students in Solving a Systems-level, Global Problem. The Science Teacher 82 (6). http://doi.org/10.2505/4/tst15_082_06_41.
  5. Ludwig, C.M. and Nitin S. Baliga. (2008) Systems concepts effectively taught using systems practices. Science Scope 31(9).
  6. Ludwig, C.M. (2007) High school learning: Investigating ecological disturbances. Washington State Teachers Association Journal 48(3).

Published by Others highlighting SEE or SEE-connected projects and/or programming

  1. Yan, Linda (2021). ‘A mass woke-ning’: Seattle’s Gen Zers on the future they want to see - (featuring Rachel Calder). Seattle Times. Life. Retrieved from https://www.seattletimes.com/life/seattle-area-gen-zers-talk-about-the-future-they-want-to-see/
  2. Howsmon RA, Eklund J, Sander R, Ludwig CM, Kiehle C, Thompson AW (2021). Using NGSS to Investigate STEM Systems. ClimeTime – WA State Clime Science Learning. Posted by Educational Service Districts 105, 123, 171, 101. Retrieved from https://www.climetime.org/using-ngss-to-investigate-stem-systems/
  3.  Howsmon RA, Eklund, J, Sander R, Ludwig CM, Kiehle C, Lydon C (2020). Systems are Everywhere: Virtual Teacher Professional Development Series. ClimeTime – WA State Clime Science Learning via Gov Jay Inslee’s Proviso. Mar-Jun 2020. Posted by Educational Service District 121. Retrieved from https://www.psesd.org/news/detail/~board/news/post/systems-are-everywhere
  4. Batwara, Ayushi and Sara Mathan (2020 Nov 29). How Online Learning Can Be A Gateway To The Future Of STEM Education And Inclusive Diversity. Medium. https://ayushi-batwara.medium.com/how-online-learning-can-be-a-gateway-to-the-future-of-stem-education-and-inclusive-diversity-ec2db2a34d48
  5. Sathar, Sumaiya (2020 May 27). First Internship – What to Expect. LinkedIn. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/first-internship-what-expect-sumaiya-sathar/
  6. Discover South Lake Union digital & print content including an interview with Claudia Ludwig. Summer/Fall 2018 issue. The XX Factor: In the #MeToo era, what role do Seattle’s tech companies play in the country’s larger conversation on gender parity? http://online.fliphtml5.com/nxcu/tzmr/#p=12
  7. Tomky, Naomi (2016) "This Program Is Teaching High Schoolers To Feed The Planet" GOODFOOD. Retrieved from https://food.good.is/articles/students-aquaponics-pf1010
  8. Kornwitz, Jason (2016). "Northeastern University: Coast-to-coast collaboration targets food security." Retrieved from https://news.northeastern.edu/2016/07/20/coast-to-coast-collaboration-targets-food-security/
  9. Northeastern University (2016 Feb 3). "Project Feed 1010 partnership gives graduate students ‘start-up’ experience through advanced software development." Retrieved from https://www.northeastern.edu/seattle/2016/02/03/graduate-students-partner-with-project-feed-1010-through-advanced-software-development/
  10. Northeastern University (2016 May 27) "Project Feed 1010 Partnership: Computer Science students tackle unpredictability of real-world advanced software development" Retrieved from https://www.northeastern.edu/seattle/2016/05/27/project-feed-1010-partnership-computer-science-students-develop-advanced-software-tackle-unpredictability-real-world-experience/
  11. Systems Education Experiences, SEE Testimonials: Feedback from Students and Teachers on SEE Curriculum and CTE Courses. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/testimonials/
  12. Bio-Link (2011 Nov 6). Student training lab opens the windows of science for high school students. Retrieved from https://bio-link.org/blog/student-training-lab-opens-the-windows-of-science-for-high-school-students

 Self-Published Web and/or Online Resources

  1. Ludwig C.M., et al. (2020) Systems Education Experiences. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org.
  2. Day JA, Calder RM, Turkarslan S, Chou HC, Hu L, Yan L, Ludwig CM, Baliga NS. (2020). Project Feed 1010 Website. http://www.projectfeed1010.com/
  3. Chou, HC (2017) “STEM through Systems Education Experiences” NSF STEM for all Video Showcase, Claudia Ludwig, Nancy Mouat-Rich and Sara Michelassi featured. Retrieved from http://stemforall2017.videohall.com/presentations/1014.
  4. Day JA, Wu W, Turkarslan S, Gillespie B, Valenzuela J, Baliga NS. (2016). Project Feed 1010 Crowdsourcing Web Platform - Source code and contributors at: https://github.com/baliga-lab/pf1010-web/

MODULES and Module Related Pages:

  1. Ludwig CM, et al. (2020) Systems Education Experiences Curriculum Modules. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/modules.
  2. Ludwig CM, Chapin D, Roderick S, Reiss D, Farrell-Sherman A, Calder RM, Gillies A, de Lomana ALG, Liu A, Day JA, Shelton M, Buchli M, Rider E, Esmeral I, Stavney L, Wick W, Huang M, Baliga NS, et al. (2020). Gaining Insight through Systems Thinking and Computational Modeling: Learn and Do Activities and Programming for High School Students. Retrieved from https://www.gaininginsight.org.
  3. Howsmon RA, Shin Y, Calder RM, Muhs E, Ludwig CM, et al., (2019) Systems Thinkers in STEM: A Collection of Videos and Career Connected Curricular Resources. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/systems-thinkers.
  4. Howsmon RA, Borden E, Tessandore D, Iqbal A, Yeak, CC, Ludwig CM (2019) STEAM Towards a Healthier World: A 3-week Summer High School Course. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/steam2019/
  5. Ludwig CM, Herbert MK, Baliga NS, Schmid AK, Gallagher D, Knickerbocker D, Kessler E, Whitehead K, Facciotti MT, Hagenah S, Kaur A, Manning N, Mar P, Pang WL, Mirzanian S, Pan M, Sieler J, Brunke D, Sciarrone K, Hatton C, Scalise C, Sidwell M, Tenenbaum D, Hale J, Yi S, McKee A, Thomson D. (2010) Environmental Influence on Gene Networks. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/series/environmental-influence-on-gene-networks-module/.
  6. Sciarrone K, Moore B, Muhs E, Herbert MK, Ludwig CM, Lippitt B, Lausted C, Pang WL, Baliga NS. (2010) Observing Beyond our Senses: Inquiry Drives Technology. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/series/observing-beyond-our-senses/.
  7. Day JA, Carswell S, Steffens B, Tams K, Mouat Rich N, DeVault Hood M, deMoor E, MacGregor M, Chapin D, Buchli M, Knutson-Herbert M, Ludwig CM, Baliga NS. (2018). Modeling Sustainable Food Systems – Part 1: Food Security. Retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/curriculum/food-security/food-security-module-overview/.
  8. Ludwig CM, Orellana MV, Herbert MK., Taylor JD, Walker M, Chrisman J, Cusick A, Muhs E, Boleda A, Orton AV, Kuestner H, Do S, Kovarik DN, & Baliga NS. (2013) Ocean Acidification: A Systems Approach to a Global Problem. Curriculum module retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/series/ocean-acidification-systems-approach-global-problem
  9. Baliga NS, Facciotti MT, Ehrman P, Ludwig CM, Sieler J, Terry K, Meislin M, Tenenbaum D, Shannon P, Nehring S, Scalise C, Mirzanian S, Hagenah S, Manning N, Thompson J, Gallagher D, Bonneau R, Mar P, Alvarado G, Gil S (2006) Part 1 - Introduction to Systems, Part 2 - Ecological Networks. Curriculum modules retrieved from https://see.isbscience.org/modules.