An Example of OODA in Schools
Goran Trygg, Manager, Sweden
When some students in a class are criticizing a teacher of being too demanding while others are complaining he is being too allowing when conducting tests and/or follow-ups, OODA could be considered...
If the teacher wants to react swiftly in order to set things straight, he/she often has to focus on one of the 2 criticised areas first. While doing so, representatives of the other criticism will claim that they are being ignored by the teacher. This can then be used as a cause for another response.
I would say that thus being put "between the hammer and the anvil" in the form of a double binding by students is one possibility to use OODA in schools.