Measuring Implementation in Schools: Innovation Configurations
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Innovation Configurations describe an innovation or change in action. An Innovation Configuration (IC) Map is created to clarify what an innovation or change actually looks like along a continuum, from high-quality implementation to least desirable.
This update of the 1981 IC manual includes step-by-step instructions for developing a Map and insight into data collection and interpretation.
Click here to view a video about Innovation Configurations.
Other Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Publications: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
CBAM Training:SEDL delivers CBAM professional development sessions where participants learn to:
- Recognize the seven different reactions that educators experience when implementing a new program
- Use the Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) to evaluate staff’s reactions, feelings, and attitudes
- Apply the Levels of Use (LoU) to document the extent of implementation
- Describe the ways that educators adapt innovations to their situations
- Use Innovation Configurations (IC) to measure how individuals are implementing a program or practice