PD will be essential to implement this successfully in our school.
We are largely focused on literacy and numeracy and our involvement in SOLO has been minimal. This does not mean we do not support the initiative, it means we have other priorities at this time.
Enjoying the PD and hope to plan for inclusion in 2012.
Cant wait to see it being implemented during school visits.</li></li></ul><li>Actions: <br /><ul><li>Hawera Primary presented examples of SOLO in their inquiry model.
All schools in the cluster sent staff to professional development lead by Pam Hook.
11 principal’s viewed SOLO in action at 3 Auckland schools.
6 schools are using the resource “The Big Event”</li></li></ul><li>SOLO in Action across the Cluster from Uni-Structural to Extended Abstract.<br />Normanby School: Unistructural<br />Each class dabbling with SOLO within the context of their programmes. Personal choice. Some using rubrics, some using concept maps.<br />
Some school have been active in organising ToD being facilitated by Pam Hook or Julie Mills.</li></li></ul><li>South Taranaki Cluster is excited that all schools and students have begun their journey with SOLO.<br />We look forward to further implementation in 2012 and beyond.<br />It is through the support of Massey University ‘s Network learning Community, that has made this journey possible.<br />