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Concerns Based Adoption Modeling: White Paper on a Change Theory

Concerns Based Adoption Modeling:  White Paper on a Change Theory

The Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) is a theoretical model for facilitating change that helps leaders and researchers understand, lead, and monitor the complex process of change in education (Hall, et al, 1974). The researchers' focus is on users who are attempting to implement an expected change. CBAM represents a developmental process for adopting innovations in schools, focusing on individuals' increased use. This increased use is enabled by Change Facilitators' strategies and actions, known in this model as Interventions.Change Facilitators use CBAM's three main research-verified constructs when planning and implementing Interventions: Stages of Concern (SoC), Innovation Configuratio

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