The Concerns-Based Adoption Model, or CBAM, is a conceptual framework that describes, explains, and predicts probable teacher concerns and behaviors throughout the school change process. In today's new era of accountability in education, CBAM can help districts and schools respond to federal requirements for standards-based reform as well as fostering a culture of continuous improvement. The Concerns-Based Adoption Model is made up of three constructs, or dimensions: Stages of Concern, Levels of Use, and Innovation Configurations. This set of videos provides a basic introduction to each of the three dimensions. You can purchase print copies of the CBAM manuals at: http://www.sedl.org/cbam
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