CBAM: Stages of Concern about Personalized Learning (2013)
Change is difficult in schools! When you are trying to transform to personalized learning environments, you may have concerns about the changes you have to do to make this work for you and your learners. If you are a coach or professional developer, you are working with teachers guiding them through the changes they need to do to personalize learning. This chart can help you determine what type of strategies to use to guide change about the following seven stages:
|Awareness||not sure what Personalized Learning is|
|Informational||wants to know more about Personalized Learning|
|Personal||concerned how Personalized Learning will impact them as a teacher|
|Management||concerned about managing the classroom when learning is personalized|
|Consequence||wants to know how Personalized Learning will impact their learners and their teaching|
|Collaborative||looks forward to sharing with other teachers and having learners co-design lessons with them|
|Refocusing||interested to support teachers and leading on Personalized Learning|
CBAM: Stages of Concern about Personalized Learning (2013) by Barbara Bray and Kathleen McClaskey
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