SOLO Taxonomy (structure of observed learning outcomes) provides a by John Hattie (refer foreword in First Steps with SOLO Taxonomy) and John Biggs. Page 1. SOLO Taxonomy, Biggs’ Webpage academic/solo-taxonomy/. Page 2. Evaluating the Quality of Learning: The SOLO Taxonomy (Structure of the Observed Learning Outcome) (Educational Psychology Series) [John B. Biggs, Allen J.
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This really interesting post is well worth a read! My initial efforts using SOLO were concentrated on building a learning experience that allowed complexity both of thought and of response to be achieved. With SOLO, students understand that declarative and functioning learning outcomes are the result of effort and the use of effective strategies rather than luck or fixed abilities.
Here are a few, in alphabetical order of authors: Here are a few, in alphabetical order of authors:. Schools using SOLO, report improvements in student learning outcomes; a raise in student confidence and increases in student engagement in learning. It appears that work became more logically structured and sequenced with greater degrees of complexity being incorporated into written bigga. The language of learning used in schools. Website design by Tolgen using Bigs and Thesis. Notify me of new comments via email.
Refer extracts from personal communication email below. I am hearing anecdotal evidence of the use of SOLO broadening throughout the staff body with very positive results.
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Purple Pedagogy – August 20, Email required Address never made public. Students of all ages can use SOLO levels, rubrics and frameworks to answer the following questions: Solo Taxonomy and MentorMob.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. SOLO learning verbs ; 3. Applying the model in your classroom. They are able and higgs to monitor their own progress in a learning task and to make smart decisions on their next steps. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. What do I do next? The progression to relational and extended abstract outcomes is qualitative.
Example below from Nikki Barnes. What am I learning? So far so good! Purple Pedagogy Talking about teaching….
Ergogenic Aids Solo taxonomy Student task ttaxonomy. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Students of all ages can use SOLO levels, rubrics and frameworks to answer the following questions:. This gave rise to positive student — teacher dialogue about areas of misconception and also soko teacher has the opportunity to address the sticking points of learning with individual pupils supporting them to make progress.
What impact will the use of effective visual images on forming the sequencing of questioning have on the development of verbal responses from Y9 students? Create a free website or blog at WordPress. At the multistuctural level, several aspects of the task are known but their relationships to each other and the whole are missed. Example below from Nikki Barnes My initial findings were that it really taxonoym
I made use of this type of student sheet: Post was tqxonomy sent – check your email addresses! The jump to the multistructural level is quantitative. Buckingham Open University Press.
Congratulations on your work! Interventions Thinking interventions and e-learning interventions that enhance the conditions of value when learning SOLO differentiated interventions. SOLO is used to: Plan for differentiation; Bivgs and receive feedback; Develop self-assessment resources; Design innovative curriculum; Reflect on learning processes and products; Undertake research and student led inquiry; Integrate e-learning and thinking strategies; Establish a school wide common language for learning.
Fast forward six months and Nikki is presenting her experiences to the Thursday Morning Thriller crowd.
If you have made use of SOLO and would like to share your ideas or top tips why not make a comment below? After this revelation Nikki addressed the issue by adjusting the way in which tasks were presented to the students; she changed the entrance point to the tasks, making it very clear to students that they had to start at the top of a sheet and only move to the layer of thinking below once they had struggled to meet the demands of the tasks and given it their best efforts.
At the unistructural level, one aspect of the task is picked up, and student understanding is disconnected and limited. You are commenting using your WordPress.