Saturday, September 11, 2010

Where Are You on the Change Management Spectrum?

The framework for our school's technology inititative (Using Technology Effectively to Transform Learning) is the Change Management model based on ADKAR (Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Reinforcement). If you are a reader of these blog posts, chances are you are aware of the need for changing the way learning happens in schools (many authors claim it needs to be reinvented). It may be that your awareness is raised by reading this blog.

It may be that you desire to change the way learning happens in your classroom. It is my observation that many educators are aware of the need and desire to change, yet lack the knowledge to transform learning in their classrooms. At least one author (Linda Darling-Hammond) claims that such a change requires skills that teachers do not have.

Each teacher who is asked to move their class into the 21st century will be at a different place on the "change management spectrum".

Where are you on the change management spectrum as far as how you use technology to transform learning in your classroom? Take the survey below.

Take the Online Survey .

In taking this survey, you will have identified your barrier to change the way you use technology effectively to transform learning in your class and your school.

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