an Engineer

Isabella da Gama
"The Numbers Never Lie." - Isabella daGamma
Renaissance Cartographer
Focusing on quantitative-relational thinking strategies, the Systems Mode is designed for our student engineers, those interested in understanding how it all connects. They study problems related to cycles and interactions and explore various issues faced by those working in the civil, mechanical, chemical, and other engineering fields. Students connect, synthesize, chunk, encode, integrate, map, formulate, and equate to model systematic relationships.
"The Numbers Never Lie."
- Isabella da Gama
Renaissance Cartographer

Key Concepts: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous; Predator vs. prey; Conservation vs. transfer; Rest vs. motion; Input vs. output; Cohesion vs. repulsion; Enthalpy vs. entropy; Space; Climate; Diffusion; Conductivity; Biomes; Architecture; Transit; Variance; Efficiency; Dynamics; Optimization; Risk; Cycle; Emergence; Logistics; Ecosystems; Physical forces

Key Skills: Map internal relationships; Track system relationships; Manipulate variance and scale; Create systems and models; Reflect on design; Connect and Synthesize; Track Action and Reaction; Formulate and Equate; Integrate and map; Manipulate and Balance; Chunk and Encode

phone 414-777-7813


ATTN: The Center for Advanced Academics

Milwaukee Public Schools

Room 253
5225 W. Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53208