The one-legged conference" or "one-legged interview" is a change intervention used to informally monitor a teacher's progress in putting an innovation into practice. In this video, Linda, an instructional facilitator from the district office, conducts one-legged interviews to determine Robert and Sue's stages of concern and the elements of a new curriculum used by Jorge and Terri.
You can read more about the Stages of Concern, one dimension of the Concerns-Based Adoption Model, at: http://www.sedl.org/cbam/
After watching "One-Legged Interviews," you will be able to:
- begin an interview
- use probing questions to gather information
- identify what works--and what doesn't--when conducting a one-legged interview
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