This definitive guide presents a complete, field-tested program that empowers teachers as partners with their administrators in managing educational reform. Includes supporting materials for change leaders and facilitators.

Additional Resources for the Concerns-Based Adoption Model

Additional Resources for the Concerns-Based Adoption Model

Additional resources for the concerns-based adoption model

What is CBAM?

The Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) is a conceptual framework that describes, explains, and predicts probable teacher concerns and behaviors throughout the school change process. Introduction to the CBAM (video):

The three principal diagnostic dimensions of CBAM are as follows:

  • Stages of Concern—Seven different stages of feelings and perceptions that educators experience when they are implementing a new program or practice Stages of Concern (video):
  • Levels of Use—Eight behavioral profiles that describe a different set of actions and behaviors that educators engage in as they become more familiar with and more skilled in using an innovation or adopting a change Levels of Use (video):
  • Innovation Configurations—Different ways an innovation may be implemented, ...
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