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#SOLO 7th Heaven

I’ve always really enjoyed using graphic organisers in the classroom or as a personal planning tool.  Now I often use them when delivering professional development to staff.  They help people organise their thoughts and make their thinking very visible with just a glance over their shoulder.  The very best of them scaffold students learning from the necessary shallow factual learning towards deeper conceptual learning. Continue reading

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RandD Community: Developing #SOLO Success Criteria

Last year we established Research & Development Communities at St. Mary’s Catholic College.  The members of the communities were self-selecting and the aim was to develop and embed best or emerging good practice within the College.  Each R&D Community was set up to take forward an idea, innovation or approach by a group of staff that would lead to improved standards of attainment, levels of achievement, student well-being or student personal development.  Continue reading

When #SOLO Met Bloom Taxonomy

If you are interested in the thinking (thinking might be too strong a term for what I was actually doing) that brought me to explore this relationship you might want to look at a previous post, “Posts Move, Goals Don’t.”

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