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SOLO Taxonomy

Tecahing & Learning Network Leeds 11th October
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Tait Coles

on 17 October 2012

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Transcript of SOLO Taxonomy

SOLO Taxonomy Prestructural Unistructural Multistructural Relational Extended Abstract What is it? SOLO Taxonomy is a model of learning that helps develop a common understanding and language of learning that helps teachers and students understand the learning process* With SOLO Taxonomy teachers and students are able to; "Solo Taxonomy provides a simple and robust way of
describing how learning outcomes grow in complexity
from surface to deep understanding" Biggs & Collis 1982 The 5 levels
of understanding Images and written passages* from
SOLO Taxonomy: A Guide for Schools
A common language of learning. Book 1
Pam Hook and Julie Mills (Essential Resources) How can we use SOLO Taxonomy for learning? @Totallywired77 http://taitcoles.wordpress.com/ Peer Assessment Self Assessment Teacher Assessment Feedback Feed Forward Learning Intentions
Co-constructed Learning AfL Success Criteria Measuring Progress Reflection Learning Objectives Learning Choice Planning Connective Learning The language of learning Also, students can engage in effective feedback when they understand learning outcomes through SOLO.

They can
"feedback" on how well they are going
"feed up" on where they are going
"feed forward" on the next steps in learning This is where a student rethinks their new understanding at the
relational level, looks at it in a new way, and uses it as a basis for prediction, reflection or creation of new understanding. Should we really only use
numbers and letters to show
that "progress" has been made
in a lesson/20 minutes? Activity 1
Arrange these statements in the correct hierarchy
using SOLO Taxonomy Activity 2
Arrange the hexagons together in a way that
the keywords are linked together (i.e. when hexagons are touching they must be related or linked with one another)
Multistructural - Relational Connectives Activity 3 Relay Review! www/ebi As the great man said...... http://www.screenr.com/sEP8 http://www.triptico.co.uk/thinklink.html http://www.designthinking.ac/
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