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At the prestructural level of understanding, the task is inappropriately attacked, and the student has missed the point or needs help to start. The next two levels, unistructural and multistructural are associated with bringing in information surface understanding. At the unistructural level, one aspect of the task is picked up, and student understanding is disconnected and limited. The jump to the multistructural level is quantitative. At the multistuctural level, several aspects of the task are known but their relationships to each other and the whole are missed.

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At the prestructural level of understanding, the task is inappropriately attacked, and the student has missed the point or needs help to start. The next two levels, unistructural and multistructural are associated with bringing in information surface understanding. At the unistructural level, one aspect of the task is picked up, and student understanding is disconnected and limited. The jump to the multistructural level is quantitative.

At the multistuctural level, several aspects of the task are known but their relationships to each other and the whole are missed. The progression to relational and extended abstract outcomes is qualitative. At the relational level, the aspects are linked and integrated, and contribute to a deeper and more coherent understanding of the whole. At the extended abstract level, the new understanding at the relational level is re-thought at another conceptual level, looked at in a new way, and used as the basis for prediction, generalisation, reflection, or creation of new understanding Hook and Mills In this approach SOLO becomes a powerful mental model for students — and is capable of changing the way they think about their own learning outcomes.

With SOLO, students understand that declarative and functioning learning outcomes are the result of effort and the use of effective strategies rather than luck or fixed abilities. They are able and motivated to monitor their own progress in a learning task and to make smart decisions on their next steps. Schools using SOLO, report improvements in student learning outcomes; a raise in student confidence and increases in student engagement in learning.

Refer extracts from personal communication email below. Congratulations on your work! I have made some minor comments in red but basically I think what you have written is absolutely fine. So by all means you have my permission to proceed as you see fit with that. I trust your judgement in using and interpreting SOLO. Students of all ages can use SOLO levels, rubrics and frameworks to answer the following questions: What am I learning? How is it going? What do I do next? The language of learning used in schools.

SOLO learning verbs ; 3. Interventions Thinking interventions and e-learning interventions that enhance the conditions of value when learning SOLO differentiated interventions. SOLO is used to:.

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Teachers enjoy the way that SOLO represents student learning of quite diverse material in stages of ascending structural complexity, and that these stages display a similar sequence across tasks. Hook, P. The Bloom taxonomy has been extensively used in teacher education to suggest learning and teaching strategies, has formed the basis of many tests developed by teachers at least while they were in teacher training , and has been used to evaluate many tests. It is thus remarkable that the taxonomy has been subject to so little research or evaluation. Most of the evaluations are philosophical treatises noting, among other criticisms, that there is no evidence for the invariance of these stages, or claiming that the taxonomy is not based on any known theory of learning or teaching.

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