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Why hexagons are better than squares...

#SOLO taxonomy
by Chris Harte on 10 August 2012

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Chris Harte
www.chrisharte.typepad.com
@charte Why hexagons are better than squares. Activity How do we assess learning? Pre structural Unistructural Multistructural Relational Extended Abstract Learning is... ...social ...about making connections @clarky099 How can I see inside their brains? Further reading... www.hooked-on-thinking.com
www.invisiblelearning.blogspot.com
Evidence Based Teaching - Geoff Petty
Professor David Leat - Brains on the Table
@dkmead @carky099
@hooked_on_think
@david_triptico triptico.co.uk/thinklink.html The SOLO taxonomy (structure of observed Learning Outcomes) Quantity of learning Quality of learning #TMMelb
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