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My School uses De Bono's six thinking hats to aid thinking and understanding. Children find it easy to understand and use as they can relate to the colours and hat concept. Previously, I've used SOLO taxonomy as a way to extend thinking strategies, however it can be complex to understand. In this simple diagram I have related SOLO taxonomy to the six thinking hats so that hopefully my learners can relate the two strategies together and develop their thinking skills.
Benedicte Benoit saved to PYP
After our fabulous SOLO professional development day with Pam Hook, I was commissioned to design and make a poster to use in all the classrooms. It is to be for the staff and students to refer to for the words and meanings of the SOLO taxonomy levels. I started a design and shared it backwards and forwards, getting feedback and opinions. It is always an interesting process to work with a client, as their opinions and views don't always match your own!! So suggestions for words were shared…
Pam Hook saved to SOLO Taxonomy - Displays
This is an example of a SOLO Taxonomy Question Chain. A series of connected question that explores a subconcept.
Chris Van Oliver saved to Education und so
Bloom’s Taxonomy is without a doubt the most often used taxonomy for educational outcomes, but in many ways the SOLO taxonomy of Biggs & Collis (1982) represents a more useful tool for as…
Pam Hook saved to SOLO Taxonomy - Pedagogy
About SOLO Taxonomy: What is it? How can I use it in my classroom? Essential Resources Flyer HookED: http://pamhook.com/
Claire Jones saved to solo taxonomy
“Awesome and very useful graphic on SOLO taxonomy. More on this from @osirisedu @CorwinPress @ChallengeLearn”
Ben Pirillo saved to Physical Education
When doing design work with students, I find the most difficult thing to get over to them is the design development stage. They all want to do one design idea and rush on to the final thing. They have trouble understanding the point of doing more design work and working through a process. To help with this, I have started looking at how I can use SOLO to structure the process of design development. Earlier this year, I made this questions sheet to refer to when helping students analyse their…
Tina Woutrien saved to SOLO
How to implement SOLO Taxonomy as a common language of learning across a school http://pamhook.com/
Asma Sayeh saved to IB