The mantra of all successful lesson observations these days is that students should be seen to be making progress. Perhaps the best way to show that you’re having an impact on their knowledge and understanding is to show that the learning is ‘deep’. By that I mean, knowledge that transfers from students’ working memories into
The SOLO taxonomy is a way of thinking about how students think and make connections. I like to use the hexagon activities with students to encourage them to explore more deeply the connections between ideas.
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