Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) Online
Authors: Archie A. George, Gene E. Hall, Suzanne M. Stiegelbauer, Brian Litke (programmer)
|Product ID: CBAM-21||Price: $.50 (minimum order of 100)|
Watch a Demo
- VIDEO: Accessing the SoCQ and customizing the questionnaire (12 minutes)
- VIDEO: Reading the SoCQ reports (9 minutes)
Request a Demo Account
SEDL allows users to try out the system to see how it works before making a purchase. Send an e-mail to Brian.Litke@sedl.org to request a demo account for the SoCQ Online.
Features of the SoCQ Online
This product is an online version of the Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SOCQ form 075) that can be completed online by many participants in a short amount of time. Updated with new data visualization features in 2011, the product provides access for a "survey administrator" to the online questionnaire as well as to an administrative site where the administrator can:
- set up an SoCQ cohort with a unique password and web site link which the administrator will send to survey participants to allow them to log on and complete the questionnaire online;
- customize the questionnaire with the name of the innovation being asked about;
- define subgroups for the SoCQ participants (if needed) to allow the questionnaire data to be graphed and examined for each individual, the entire cohort, or by a combination of one or more subgroups; and
- access the administrative area to view automatically generated graphs which represent the stages of concern for the participants being viewed. The data can be easily downloaded from the system in MS Excel format.
The pricing is $.50 per questionnaire completion, with a 100 questionnaire minimum order. Therefore, if you have 100 people who you would like to complete the questionnaire, you would need to purchase a quantity of 100 (e.g. 100 questionnaire completions x $.50 = $50). If you would like the same 100 people to take the questionnaire twice during the year, to see how their concern change over time, you would need to purchase 200 questionnaires.
Purpose of the Stages of Concern Questionnaire
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. The purpose of this questionnaire is to determine what people are thinking about when using various programs or practices. It is intended to assess their levels of concerns at various times during the adoption process. You can learn more about the "Stages of Concern" and how to interpret the meaning of the SoCQ graphs by reading Measuring Implementation in Schools: The Stages of Concern Questionnaire.
After purchasing access to the Stages of Concern Questionnaire (SoCQ) Online, a SEDL staff member will contact the survey administrator to set up the userID and password that the administrator will use to access the administration site. The survey administrator should submit the SEDL Copyright Permission Request form before using the SoCQ with participants. Click here to view screenshots of the SoCQ survey administrator site.
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
Click here for a set of suggested Actions to Support Change 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.