As one of the searches that seems to bring people to my site is for SOLO taxonomy, here is a post which provides links to each of the posts I have written about SOLO. I am not saying that SOLO is a magic bullet or universal panacea, however, my research suggests that it may have a positive impact.
My advice, for what it’s worth, is: read about it, try it for yourself if you want to and make up your own mind whether it is useful for you and your students.
MA Research Project
All of these posts are based on my final MA dissertation, as a result they tend to be more theoretical.
- Why Research the SOLO Taxonomy?
- What is the SOLO Taxonomy? (part of literature review)
- SOLO. learning and teaching (part of literature review)
- Research findings part 1 and part 2
Teaching with SOLO
These posts are about my own experiences using SOLO in lessons.
- Experiments with Hexagons
- SOLO and Theory of Effective Learning part 1 and part 2
- Can SOLO and Hexagons Help Students Improve Grades?
- SOLO and Intervention part 1 and part 2
- HOT Maps – A Real Eureka Moment
- Fishy Revision – my own take on a HOT map
- New School Year – More SOLO
- Further Experiments with HOT Maps
- Risking SOLO Stations
- Nothing Ventured (a post on SOLO Stations)
- More SOLO Stations
- SOLO Stations Task Details
If you have any questions, feel free to comment and I’ll do my best to answer.