Episode 28: “We can’t make good decisions based on bad surveys” with Dr. Anthony Artino.

I'm joined by Dr. Anthony (Tony) Artino, a Professor at George Washington University and the Interim Associate Dean for Evaluation & Educational Research. We discuss survey design (no, you can't "just" do a survey), distance learning, the Dunning-Kruger effect (what? is this what's happening to our whole country), and how everyone is "over surveyed."

Dr. Artino’s profile page can be found here.

Selected writings of Dr. Artino:



 
Things we mention on the podcast:

Diffusion of Innovation theory. I am working on NOT being a “laggard” even though I like that word. 

Lorelei Lingard’s paper on “Bonfire red titles”

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