Presented by Jim Julius,
Cal State somewhere-down-south San Diego State University.
Concerns-based adoption model references Michael Fullan’s change map- you need the following to achieve complex change (like adoption of technology on campus): vision, skills, incentives, resources, action plan. Absent any one of these, you will have problems! The least severe is the lack if incentive – this results in gradual change. I see our rollout of the Vista LMS of this; faculty had no incentive to move, not even the prospect of free instructional design services (Northern Arizona model).
Components of CBAM:
stages of concern
These range from lower (self-focused) to higher (impact). Stages can be assessed through 35-Q survey.
- 0: awareness
- 1: informational
- 2: personal
- 3: mgmt
- 4: consequence
- 5: collaboration
- 6: refocusing
Lower stages (0,1,2): needing more information, to see it personally.
Middle stages (3): mechanics (how to)
Impact stages (4,5,6): how is this helping, how can I make this better?
Level of use tool : this is an interview metric performed by trained interviewers – data found to be less useful than levels of concern except for research.
Innovation configurations involves developing a local, specific rubric to measure implementation and make a “map”. This helped Jim Julius’ group to determine action to take based in results: more constant communication, continued development.