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SOLO, Learning and Teaching

For educators, there is a need to identify how they can best help students to achieve their potential. School makes up a significant part of students’ young lives, so it is unsurprising that: Schoo...
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Introduction To SOLO Taxonomy By David Didau

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Introduction to SOLO taxonomy

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SOLO taxonomy

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The SOLO taxonomy stands for: Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes It was developed by Biggs and Collis (1982), and is well described in Biggs and Tang (2007) It describes level of increasing complexity in a student's understanding of a subject, through five stages, and it is claimed to be applicable to any subject area. Not all students get through all five stages, of course, and indeed not all teaching (and even less "training") is designed to take them all the way. Read more: SOLO taxonomy http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/solo.htm#ixzz2IOlsxV6I Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
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Going SOLO: An introduction to the taxonomy everyone’s talking about

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“ The Structure of Observed Learning Outcome (SOLO) taxonomy aims to show pupils how to develop sophisticated responses to questions by getting them to examine their thought-process as their understanding of a topic improves. I began using SOLO in 2011, and it is now integral to my teaching. ”SOLO defines five stages of understanding for any topic: prestructural, unistructural, multistructural, relational and extended abstract. The first three involve gathering relevant information. The other two are about using that information: linking facts and findings, questioning existing ideas about the topic, and forming new theories.
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SOLO taxonomy explained using Lego

“The title says it all....(SOLO Taxonomy explained using lego http://t.co/q1jza3FCOD #Edchat #SOLO #ukedchat #Blooms #learning #teaching #teachers #ukedchat #bcafc)...”
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SOLO Taxonomy: giving students a sense of progress in learning - Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Learning

SOLO Taxonomy: giving students a sense of progress in learning - Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Learning | SOLO taxonomy | Scoop.it
“ Without a sense of progress you cannot be creative, so what language can we offer students that enables them to take control of understanding where they are in their learning?”
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SOLO Taxonomy

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“ SOLO Taxonomy SOLO Taxonomy (structure of observed learning outcomes) provides a simple, reliable and robust model for three levels of understanding – surface deep and conceptual (Biggs and Collis 1982).”Pre-structural - The task is not attacked appropriately; the student hasn’t really understood the point and uses too simple a way of going about it.Uni-structural - The student's response only focuses on one relevant aspect.Multi-structural - The student's response focuses on several relevant aspects but they are treated independently and additively. Assessment of this level is primarily quantitative.Relational - The different aspects have become integrated into a coherent whole. This level is what is normally meant by an adequate understanding of some topic.Extended abstract - The previous integrated whole may be conceptualised at a higher level of abstraction and generalised to a new topic or area.
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SOLO Taxonomy - ENGAGED Learning! Feedback and FeedFoward on Learning Outcomes...nice template for learning!

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“ This post would not have been possible without the help from DamianClark @clarky099 , Neil Watkin @nwatkin and the amazing Darren Mead @DKMead SOLO Taxonomy is something that I have researched f...”
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