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  • Thinker…• Workshop 1: Sit in 2 pairs and 1 group of 3 at a SOLO station• Workshop 2: Sit in 3 groups of 3Discuss with the people around you:Is there more future or past?
  • SOLO Taxonomy= Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes is amodel of learning that helps develop a commonunderstanding and language of learning that helpsteachers and students understand the learningprocess• 5 levels of learning (Posters & PE example): Surface to deep learning Simple to complex understanding
  • Benefits =• Great framework for learning conversations and formative assessment (AfL)• Great way to display student ‘progress’ in 20 minutes (Ofsted)
  • SOLO v BLOOM’SBetter than Bloom’s…Why? = user friendly• SOLO is different as the steps provide a far clearer path of progression for pupils….
  • TEEP: Construct3 Stations with clear instructions (C3B4ME):1. Hexagonal Learning2. SOLO question generator & their thinking square solutions3. LEGO BuildingTight timings:• 8 min per station• 2 minute TEEP review of station• Repeat x 3 Teachit Timer
  • The Extended Abstract Problem..• Once a student has reached the Extended Abstract SOLO level it is not the end point in their learning• Key is to loop back to the multistructural level where we build up the quantity of our knowledge• Students can then find more potential links (relational) and apply these to create new ideas and concepts (extended abstract)