Innovation As school life: A Case Analysis of Andalusia Using a "Concerns-Based Adoption Model"

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The development of an educational norm (Charter of Students’ Rights and Obligations) in secondary schools in Andalusia is analyzed from the point of view of teachers and educators. To complement the analysis of the documents that regulate secondary schools in the region, a questionnaire with 41 questions was administered to 184 teachers in 24 Andalusian schools. The results, calculated using the CBAM (Concerns-Based Adoption Model), LoU (Level of Use) scale, were then subjected to a descriptive statistical study using measures of central tendency and variability.

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Gijón Puerta, J. (2006). Innovation As school life: A Case Analysis of Andalusia Using a "Concerns-Based Adoption Model". Education Policy Analysis Archives, 14, 3. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v14n3.2006
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José Gijón Puerta, Universidad de Granada

Profesor de Enseñanza Secundaria (Biología y Geología y Psicología y Pedagogía). Licenciado en Ciencias y Doctor en Pedagogía por la Universidad de Granada. Miembro del Grupo de Investigación FORCE de la Universidad de Granada. Asesor de la Consejería de Educación de Andalucía entre 1998 y 2004. Investigaciones relacionadas con la cultura profesional de los profesores, la convivencia escolar y la atención a los alumos inmigrantes.