Code: ESSR-A5618 Author: Steve Martin ISBN/EAN: 9781927143551
uses SOLO Taxonomy to provide a framework for all aspects of teaching
draws on science examples to deepen understanding of a model that can be applied to all subjects
demonstrates how thinking can be challenged at all levels in the classroom
outlines the building blocks required to become a lifelong learner
clarifies how both teacher and student can use SOLO Taxonomy to establish meaningful goals in their own learning journey.
Every teacher is keen to seize opportunities to improve learning for their students but the numerous and diverse interventions on offer can be overwhelming and, if the promised results are not forthcoming, somewhat disheartening.
With SOLO Taxonomy, which provides a clear structure that can be applied to all aspects of teaching and learning, this situation changes.
Using SOLO as a Framework for Teaching shows how this powerful model of learning can be transferred simply and effectively into everyday teaching and learning.
It allows the development of challenging hierarchical learning intentions and brings clarity to both teacher and the student on what the intended learning is to be.
Upper primary and lower secondary teachers will find the process set out in this book particularly useful.