Data-driven decision-making resources from CASTLE

I have done a lot of work over the years on various data-driven decision-making projects. I've taught courses, given workshops, delivered multi-day institutes for state departments of education and corporate partners, and written book chapters and white papers.

I collected some of the highlights of that work on my new DDDM page here at Dangerously Irrelevant. Resources include some of the products from my work with Microsoft, the American Psychological Association, the Chicago Public Schools, the Minnesota Department of Education, and others. 

I hope these are useful to you. Happy reading!

2 Responses to “Data-driven decision-making resources from CASTLE”

  1. Have you read Malcolm Gladwell’s book Blink? As a teacher I feel far too often that our viewpoint and observations are ignored even though we has thousands of minutes interacting with and thin-slicing the students behavior.

    How do you see this fitting in with DDDM?

  2. I agree with ‘commoniowan’ that our viewpoint and observations are generally ignored. I went through some of your post, those are really informative and helpful.

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