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A vast collection of items related to Cognitive Rigor, a superposition of Bloom's Taxonomy and Webb's Depth of Knowledge.
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Advantages of SOLO Taxonomy - HookED Wiki

Advantages of SOLO Taxonomy - HookED Wiki | Cognitive Rigor | Scoop.it
http://t.co/udFd9RFipE The advantages of SOLO over Bloom's Taxonomy #solotaxonomy
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A fairly in-depth discussion of SOLO versus Bloom's Taxonomy. A good read for anyone interested in the SOLO taxonomy.

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Education Week

Education Week | Cognitive Rigor | Scoop.it
mobile first webpage developed by mobiletech (Solo better than Bloom's taxonomy? http://t.co/JRwePImpkX)
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Compares Bloom's Taxonomy to the SOLO taxonomy. For those looking into the SOLO taxonomy, or looking for a replacement for Bloom's taxonomy, this is a good (albeit brief) read.

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Why I prefer the SOLO Taxonomy to Bloom's | The DigiTeacher

Why I prefer the SOLO Taxonomy to Bloom's | The DigiTeacher | Cognitive Rigor | Scoop.it
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 assessing the levels attained in ...
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Dorian Love offers his opinion on why he favors the SOLO Taxonomy over Bloom's Taxonomy. (The SOLO Taxonomy focuses on the quality of the student's response to the question.)

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Solo Taxonomy

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The Biggs and Collis SOLO taxonomy is a means of qualitatively assessing the complexity of learning.
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A short blog article on the SOLO Taxonomy by co-developer John Biggs.

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