The SOLO Taxomomy (Biggs & Collis 1982) has provided a valuable vehicle to identify and support deep learning opportunities in many NPDL schools. It has shown the relationship between surface and deep learning and the importance of scaffolding learning for both.
This workshop aims to provide schools with further tools, ideas and practical strategies to help teachers plan and implement the SOLO taxonomy in their classrooms.
Pam Hook is one of the leading advocates for the SOLO taxonomy and brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to share.
To find out more and register:
- Monday 6 March, Derrimut Primary School
- Tuesday 7 March, Malvern Central
- Wednesday 8 March, Melbourne CBD
- Thursday 9 March, Brunswick Secondary College
- Friday 10 March, Millgate Primary School