SOLO Taxonomy

Prezi used for NQT Network Session 8th Dec’ 2011

SOLO Taxonomy on Prezi

Other SOLO Presentations

http://prezi.com/lruxwzla9fk4/solo-taxonomy/

http://prezi.com/3dnrmizhabg1/solo-taxonomy/

Comments
  1. […] not a SOLO guru but I know there are heaps of them online, so go find and follow them. Our mate Tait Coles is the gun when it comes to incorporating SOLO into a project-learning-style classroom. I really […]

  2. […] not a SOLO guru but I know there are heaps of them online, so go find and follow them. Our mate Tait Coles is the gun when it comes to incorporating SOLO into a project-learning-style classroom. I really […]

  3. […] not a SOLO guru but I know there are heaps of them online, so go find and follow them. Our mate Tait Coles is the gun when it comes to incorporating SOLO into a project-learning-style classroom. I really […]

  4. […] Twitter, I have discovered This blog which had inspired me to give some seller thought to embedding SOLO taxonomy in the new academic […]

  5. “SOLO Taxonomy | tait coles @Totallywired77 – PUNK Learning” ended
    up being a really nice blog post, . I hope you keep composing and I’m going to keep following! Thanks for the post -Thomas

  6. [...] “launching” projects and on his use of the SOLO taxonomy and hexagonal learning. (His Prezi on SOLO is a great way to introduce this approach to [...]

  7. srcav says:

    Thanks for these, they’re great.

  8. [...] shared by Tait Coles.  Cracking blog for SOLO taxonomy and Punk [...]

  9. Raejohn says:

    Having read a book on SOLO by Steve Martin (I would recommend this as it is more accessible than the Hook books initially as it focuses on scince) I have tried to look for more information on how to use it in my subject (science). I used it with a year 10 group to get them to break down an essay style exam question and it worked quite well. Like other newbies I found an EA rubric hard to devise – but will definitely persevere. One question, how often should I use SOLO as a tool with my students?

  10. [...] I recommend you check out this website from Pam Hook, or this blog from David Didau, or this blog from Tait Coles. When you’ve done that come back [...]

  11. [...] Perfect Ofsted English Lesson and scouring the world wide web for teachers using SOLO, including Tait Coles, David Fawcett and Darren Mead to name but a few, I have finally started experimenting with [...]

  12. [...] Perfect Ofsted English Lesson and scouring the world wide web for teachers using SOLO, including Tait Coles, David Fawcett and Darren Mead to name but a few, I have finally started experimenting with [...]

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  15. [...] working on in my own practice at the moment. The SOLO display was inspired by blog posts written by Tait Coles. It is a constant visual reminder to pupils of the principles underpinning the taxonomy. It also [...]

  16. [...] decided to give SOLO a go. Rather than go in to depth about what SOLO Taxonomy, here is the link to Tait’s blog – have a read [...]

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