TEW Principles

Eclecticism includes the examination of all sides of an issue, the inclusion of multiple perspectives, and the use of various methods of inquiry. It is a way of thinking that is open-minded and willing to consider new ideas and evidence. Eclecticism is flexible and allows for change and growth. It is based on the belief …

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Systems Theory

“Systems theory is the interdisciplinary study of systems, i.e. cohesive groups of interrelated, interdependent components that can be natural or human-made. Every system has causal boundaries, is influenced by its context, defined by its structure, function and role, and expressed through its relations with other systems. A system is “more than the sum of its parts” by expressing synergy or emergent behavior. Changing one component …

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