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CBAM: Stages of Concern about Technology Integration

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In facilitating change, you need to know what concerns people about technology integration and the implementation of change. CBAM (Concerns-Based Adoption Model_offers coaches and mentors several ways to identify these concerns, interpret them, and then act on them with strategies to guide change.

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CBAM: Stages of Concern about Technology Integration

  1. 1. CBAM: Stages of Concern about Technology Integration (CBAM: Concerns Based Adoption Model) In facilitating change, you need to know what concerns people about technology integration and the implementation of change. CBAM offers coaches and mentors several ways to identify these concerns, interpret them, and then act on them with strategies to guide change. Stages   Description   Strategies  to  Guide  Change   Awareness   • May or may not know about technology integration • May or may not be ready to use technology or social media effectively themselves • May resist using technology ❏ Involve teachers in discussions and decisions ❏ Share enough information to stir interest, but not to overwhelm ❏ Provide open environment where all questions are allowed and lack of awareness is accepted ❏ Minimize gossip and inaccurate sharing of information Informational   • Wants to learn more about technology and social media • Curious how other teachers are integrating technology in the classroom ❏ Share information through all forms of media ❏ Find those that are integrating technology on and off-site and have them share what they are doing ❏ Help teachers see how technology relates to their teaching practices ❏ Be enthusiastic about those integrating technology Personal   • Has concerns about proficiency level • Does not want to look foolish at a workshop or in front of students ❏ Know these concerns are common and legitimize existence of concerns ❏ Connect teachers with similar concerns and those who will be supportive ❏ Share how technology can be integrated in small attainable steps Management   • Wants practical suggestions on how to use technology for specific purposes • Needs help with specific problems ❏ Explain components of technology and share “how-tos” in multiple formats ❏ Demonstrate practical solutions to logistical problems ❏ Help teachers create a timeline or plan on how to integrate technology for immediate concerns Consequence   • Uses technology and social media • Not sure how to use effectively with students • Would like examples that integrate technology ❏ Provide opportunities to attend conferences or visit other teachers integrating technology ❏ Share lessons involving technology and social media and post student work ❏ Offer positive feedback and access to resources and examples Collaborative   • Would like to share lessons with other teachers • Offers technical support to others ❏ Provide opportunities to develop their skills ❏ Provide common planning time for these teachers ❏ Look for opportunities for these teachers to collaborate on projects on-site and online ❏ Use these teachers as mentors or coaches Refocusing   • Looks for ways to improve teaching practice • Serves on technology committee • Thinks “outside the box” ❏ Provide time for these teachers to research and test new ideas and tools, apps, social media ❏ Provide access to all resources so they can refine ideas and put them into practice ❏ Invite these teachers to help other teachers take risks and share on social media Rethinking Learning, a division of Computer Strategies, LLC © 2009-2017, all rights reserved (adapted from Hord, S. M., Rutherford, W. L., Huling-Austin, L., & Hall, G. E. Taking Charge of Change. ASCD)

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