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The who, what, when, where, and why of SOLO taxonomy

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Pam Hook with Josie Roberts

COVID-19 relevance: Supporting students' metacognition

In Q&A Pam Hook reflects on what drew her to SOLO taxonomy and why she is so motivated to develop its classroom-based use to enhance student learning. She explains what SOLO is and how it can help students to articulate their learning outcomes, understand the learning process, and set new learning goals over time. I also asked her to highlight some of the pitfalls that teachers may want to avoid, and to point teachers in the direction of free SOLO resources available through her website and social media. As Pam travels the world introducing SOLO to many schools, education agencies, and governments, New Zealand teachers can be proud for leading in this international practitioner-based movement.

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