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Game Log     
     
Your Game Log contains a record of all of the Information and Diffusion Activities you have chosen, all of the staff members you have targeted with each of these activities, and the feedback or outcome of each activity.
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STRATEGY STAFF MEMBER(S) FEEDBACK (OUTCOME) ADOPTERS
1Personal InformationB (Secretary)
J (Social Studies Chairwoman)
W (Guidance Counselor)
 
 
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2Lunchmates  
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3Committees  
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4Social Contacts  
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5Talk ToA (Principal) If you gather some information about this person before you talk to him/her you can probably be much more effective in reaching him/her. 
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6Ask HelpB (Secretary) He/she responds positively to you but has reservations about peer tutoring. 
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7Pilot TestW (Guidance Counselor) Although he/she might be sympathetic to your cause, can't give serious consideration to your request because he/she doesn't have a classroom to try it in. 
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8Site VisitJ (Social Studies Chairwoman)
 
"We have seen the Lighthouse… and it works!" 
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9PrintA (Principal)
J (Social Studies Chairwoman)
W (Guidance Counselor)
 
Printed blurbs strike most people as impersonal, but your material is circulated and it arouses some mild interest. 
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10Presentation 

You can't get time in a staff meeting without the Principal's approval.

Talk to him first.

 
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11Training Workshop (Self) Since the principal is responsible for in-service training you'll need his support to put on the workshop. 
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12Training Workshop (Prof.) Since the principal is responsible for in-service training you'll need his support to put on the workshop. 
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The Diffusion Simulation Game was created in the Department of Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University. The Web version was led by Dr. Ted Frick with designers Barbara Ludwig, K. J. Kim and Rui Huang. The DSG is based on a board game originally developed by Dr. Michael Molenda and Patricia Young.
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