Kristin focuses on the notion of professional decision-making in education as a means to promote the fairness of teacher judgment and the effectiveness of school improvement. The aim is to improve both teaching practice and student outcomes, as well as to enhance sustainable school development.
"Professional decision-making in education aims at combining data-driven and intuitive processes in the different steps of the decision process"Kristin Vanlommel
Based on her expertise, Kristin has presented at numerous international conferences, has published in peer-reviewed and practice-oriented journals, and has trained many teachers, school leaders and teams. She also takes a leading role in different international organizations such as the Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement and the American Educational Research Association.
Fields of expertise
- School improvement and effectiveness
- Data use and expertise
- Professional decision-making
- Why so many change efforts fail Using paradox theory as a lens to understand the complexity of educational change
- ‘To teach or not to teach?’ An exploration of the career choices of educational professionals
- How To Make Evidence-Informed Practice A Day-To-Day Affair