Measuring Implementation in Schools: The Stages of Concern Questionnaire
Authors: Archie A. George, Gene E. Hall, Suzanne M. Stiegelbauer, Shaila Abdullah (designer)
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Since its development in the 1970s, researchers, evaluators, and change facilitators have been using the Stages of Concern (SoC) Questionnaire to assess teacher concerns about new programs and practices.
This update of the 1978 SoC manual explains how to use and score the SoC Questionnaire (SOCQ form 075). New to this edition is a set of files that includes a MS Word version of the questionnaire and scoring sheets, as well as a scoring program in Excel and SAS formats. These files can be downloaded after purchase by following directions included inside the cover of the manual.
Note to Macintosh users: The macros in the Excel workbook that are included with this product do not work in the Mac version of Office 2008 because Microsoft removed support for visual basic macros starting in that version of Excel for the Mac. The macros do work in Office 2011.
Click here to view a video about the Stages of Concern.
Other Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Publications:To facilitate data collection and analysis, SEDL now offers an online version of The Stages of Concern Questionnaire.
SEDL offers several publications so you can apply the CBAM when you introduce a new program, undertake research in a school setting, or launch an innovation in a school. The complete set of CBAM literature includes:
- Taking Charge of Change - a readable introduction to the CBAM method.
- Measuring Implementation in Schools: The Concerns-Based Adoption Model
- A Manual for Assessing Open-Ended Statements of Concern about an Innovation
- Measuring Change Facilitator Stages of Concern: A Manual for Use of the CFSoC Questionnaire
Click here for a set of suggested Stages of Concern Interventions that you can try once the concerns of the individuals have been identified.
Professional Development on the CBAM Diagnostic Tools
The Center for High-Performing Schools at SEDL offers several professional development opportunities around Managing Implementation and Impact of Reform Initiatives.
For more information on the CBAM tools or to schedule a training session please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Center's program director, Dr. Robin Jarvis at 800-644-8671.