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New role play area today, a birthday party to tie in with our celebrations topic - dressing up, ordering and sorting numbered birthday cards - boys/girls, writing cards and invitations, as well as a CD player for real party music!

New role play area today, a birthday party to tie in with our celebrations topic - dressing up, ordering and sorting numbered birthday cards - boys/girls, writing cards and invitations, as well as a CD player for real party music!

ISSUU - Essential Resources SOLO Taxonomy Flyer by HookED Educational Consultancy

Essential Resources SOLO Taxonomy Flyer

About SOLO Taxonomy: What is it? How can I use it in my classroom? Essential Resources Flyer HookED: http://pamhook.com/

SOLO Taxonomy

SOLO Taxonomy

This post would not have been possible without the help from DamianClark @clarky099 , Neil Watkin @nwatkin and the amazing Darren Mead @DKMead SOLO Taxonomy is something that I have researched for …

SOLO taxonomy - sea display : )

Reflective Teacher and Learner

Reflections on the rewards and challenges of being a teacher and lifelong learner

SOLO Taxonomy « tait coles @Totallywired77 – PUNK Learning

SOLO Taxonomy

This post would not have been possible without the help from DamianClark @clarky099 , Neil Watkin @nwatkin and the amazing Darren Mead @DKMead SOLO Taxonomy is something that I have researched for a long while and now I've finally had the opportunity to try it out for real in the classroom - with, in my…

Craig Perry on Twitter

“A3: #edchatNZ got me thinking this arvo so made this. reflective practice rubric #solotaxonomy”

SOLO taxonomy explained using Lego - Could be an effective way to share with others!

SOLO taxonomy explained using Lego

The title says it all....

markherringnz🚀 on Twitter

“Junior teachers using picture prompts for listening skills with #solotaxonomy in our magic new entrant room.”

SOLO Taxonomy in the Early Years - a brilliant resource for educators and parents who want to help their children learn to learn!

SOLO Taxonomy in the Early Years. Making connections for belonging, being, and becoming. — HookED

“It helps us to learn. It helps you to think and do a few things that you want to do. Because it helps you connect ideas and learn to think in your head.” Year 1 student, Halsey Drive School, New […]

Pam Hook on Twitter

“Relational and Extended abstract comicbook hand signal #SOLOTaxonomy Posters from Te Punā Whānau @waimairischool”

Character description and 'Voices in the Park' #SOLOtaxonomy

Character description and 'Voices in the Park' #SOLOtaxonomy

Our current school-wide professional development focus is writing. We are fortunate enough to be working with Murray Gadd. Tomorrow he wi...