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Introducing SOLO taxonomy          So that both you and I can use          the same language to describe               how...
Pre-structural I’m not sure about this subjectcredits
Unistructural I have one idea about this subjectcredits
Multistructural I have several ideas about this subjectcredits
Relational I can link my ideas together to see the big picturecredits
Extended abstract I can look at these ideas in a new and different waycredits
Thinking about SOLO taxonomy   The presentation relies exclusively on the work and ideas of…:John Biggs:http://www.johnbig...
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  1. 1. Introducing SOLO taxonomy So that both you and I can use the same language to describe how you are learningcredits
  2. 2. Pre-structural I’m not sure about this subjectcredits
  3. 3. Unistructural I have one idea about this subjectcredits
  4. 4. Multistructural I have several ideas about this subjectcredits
  5. 5. Relational I can link my ideas together to see the big picturecredits
  6. 6. Extended abstract I can look at these ideas in a new and different waycredits
  7. 7. Thinking about SOLO taxonomy The presentation relies exclusively on the work and ideas of…:John Biggs:http://www.johnbiggs.com.au/solo_taxonomy.htmlDavid Didau:http://learningspy.co.uk/solo-taxonomy/James Atherton: http://www.learningandteaching.info/learning/solo.htmTait Coles:http://taitcoles.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/solo-stations/ andhttp://taitcoles.wordpress.com/solo-taxonomy/ The house analogy was originally created by James Atherton and the accompanying text and graphics are by David Didau and Tait Coles.
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