Jacqueline Bazzo-Maclean

Jacqueline Bazzo-Maclean

Jacqueline Bazzo-Maclean
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Love love love these thinking routines from Harvard Project Zero. How are you making your learning VISIBLE? How are you contributing to the learning of OTHERS?

J says: explicit routines and protocols for various types of student discussions and reflections

Making Thinking Visible

My fellow pirates, while the weather outside might be below Zero! I am sailing the cold seas to bring you a great Tech Like a Pirate using my favorite App, Stick Around and teaches students a…

Watch two neurons connect as the brain learns something new. Very powerful to show to children to encourage them to continue trying when things are difficult.

Neuron connections bruce perry showed this at his training, great for teaching about how thoughts are created and what it looks like when you stop a thought pattern

My Learning Journey: Teaching SOLO taxonomy through SOLO taxonomy. So, whatever I do, whether leading sessions for staff or teaching in lessons, I always think 'What could I do that helps people really get what I am talking about'.  If I was to be sat in a SOLO meeting, what would help me understand it?  So, I decided to structure my SOLO session using SOLO taxonomy.  If I do it with them, surely they can see how to transfer it?

My Learning Journey: Teaching SOLO taxonomy through SOLO taxonomy

Thoughts on managing variability: SOLO to open up closed questions

I've been dabbling with SOLO for a while now, it's been part of bits of my practice (see here , here and here ) but I've yet to really embe.

Solo taxonomy essay writing

Dave Taylor · Aug 1 Using SOLO taxonomy to build a lesson, while students build their essays, made for amazing progress.

Use the SOLO taxonomy to help your learners progress to gaining 6 marks in QWC questions. Really effective strategy!

Use the SOLO taxonomy to help your learners progress to gaining 6 marks in QWC questions. Really effective strategy!