What to do:
SOLO taxonomy was developed by
Biggs and Collis in 1982 to develop a shared language and common understanding
between students and teachers so that the "Structure of Observed Learning
Outcomes" was clear.
The taxonomy is broken into 5 stages. The first 3 involve shallow thinking skills and collecting information. The final 2 stages involve deeper thinking as links are recognised between the facts and more detailed answers are developed.
Initial uses of solo focuses on the
use of hexagon shapes to identify single facts. These could be added to and
then links can be identified.
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