It includes Four Learning Domains that build skills from grades K-12, enabling students to form more accurate judgments and make more skillful decisions—on their own or as part of a group, both today and for the rest of their lives.
Through Decision Education, students learn to make decisions proactively and rationally. They feel empowered in developmentally appropriate ways to determine what they value, what is true, and what to do. They learn to create and evaluate options, predict outcomes, weigh evidence, and build the discipline to respond instead of react.
Decision Education draws from multiple fields: behavioral sciences to neuroscience, mathematics to decision analysis, and the wisdom of philosophy to the practices of education.