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CACAO Change Model part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Change Theories:Change Theories Collection
The CACAO model focuses on four elements that are important to any change process: the Change, the Adopters, the Change Agents, and the Organization. Individuals working to enact change follow a process to identify the change, meet the needs of individual adopters in different stages of adoption, and enact changes within an organization.
Using a Change Framework and Assessing Institutional Change: Lessons from Boise State University part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference:Program:Pre-Conference Workshops:Using a Change Framework and Assessing Institutional Change: Lessons from Boise State University
In this highly interactive session, participants will be introduced to components of a change framework and related change theories that have been used successfully in a large-scale institutional STEM Education ...
Lessons Learned While Implementing a Framework for Assessing Teaching Effectiveness part of Accelerating Systemic Change Network:Transforming Institutions Conference 2021:Program:Poster Presentations:Poster Session B:Poster Session B-2
Current teaching evaluation procedures in higher education are an issue. Most institutional practices are inadequate, incomplete, inaccurate, and neither improve teaching directly nor incentivize teaching ...