#SOLO Heaven

This is a great resource for critical thinking skills…and more.

@LeadingLearner

Over the past fourteen years, as a headteacher, I have led many professional development sessions for staff and introduced a number of different strategies and initiatives.  Without doubt the one that is most often been reflected back to me as having the greatest impact was introducing staff to the SOLO Taxonomy.  It has helped teachers structure the learning within lessons, projects and schemes of work in a sequential and increasingly complex manner.  The structuring and sequencing of learning is at the heart of what great teachers do in their lessons, projects and courses so maybe it should be no surprise of the extent of its impact.  

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