Published articles, papers and books

Hook, P. (Forthcoming January 2017). On making progress visible with SOLO.  In I. Wallace and L. Kirkman (Eds), Best of the Best. Progress. Crown House Publishing. UK.

Hook, P., (2016) SOLO Taksonomien I Praksis. Dafolo Folag.

Hook, P., Leonard, T., and Venning D. (2016). An Action Research Project with SOLO Taxonomy. Book 2. How to tell if it is making a difference. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P., and Van Schaijik, S. (2016). SOLO Taxonomy and English Language Learners. Making second language learning visible. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P., and Perry, C. (2016). SOLO Taxonomy in the Social Sciences. Strategies for social inquiry. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2015). First steps with SOLO Taxonomy. Applying the model in your classroom. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P., Saxton, R., and Hickman, R. (2015). SOLO Taxonomy in Learning Support. Building academic and social success. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P., Wall, S. and Manger, R. (2015). An Action Research Project with SOLO Taxonomy. Book 1. How to introduce and use SOLO as a model of learning across a school. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2015). SOLO taksonomien. In Vinther, A. M. (Ed.), Læringsmål og taksonomiske redskaber (English: Goal-oriented Teaching and Taxonomies). Dafolo Forlag.

Hook, P. (2014). Transport as a context for encouraging skilled and active citizenship. The NZ Transport Agency Education Portal – Resources and resource links for road safety education. Full Paper and Two Page Summary – Slideshare and pdf

Hook, P., Gravett, C., Howard, M., and John, E. (2014). SOLO Taxonomy in Maths. Strategies for thinking like a mathematician. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. and Richards, N. (2013). SOLO Taxonomy in Physical Education Book 1. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. and Richards, N. (2013). SOLO Taxonomy in Physical Education Book 2. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2013). A Children’s guide to SOLO Taxonomy: Five easy steps to deep learning. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. and Cassé, B. (2013). SOLO Taxonomy in the Early Years. Making connections for belonging, being and becoming. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Chamberlain, M and Hook, P. (2012) Changing mental models: How recent developments in teaching and learning can be applied to road safety education in schools. Refereed Paper presented at: Australasian Road Safety Research, Policy and Education Conference in Wellington 4-6 October 2012; The New Zealand Association for Research in Education conference Hamilton New Zealand 29-30 November 2012, and The 16th International Conference on Thinking Wellington New Zealand 21-25th January 2013.

McNeill, L. and Hook, P. (2012). SOLO Taxonomy and Making Meaning. Book 1. Text purposes, audiences and ideas. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

McNeill, L. and Hook, P. (2012). SOLO Taxonomy and Making Meaning. Book 2. Language features, structure and organisation. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

McNeill, L. and Hook, P. (2012). SOLO Taxonomy and Making Meaning. Book 3. Extended texts and thematic studies. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2012). Teaching and Learning: tales from the ampersand. In L. Rowan and C. Bigum (Eds), Future Proofing Education: Transformative approaches to new technologies and student diversity in futures oriented classrooms. Springer.

Hook, P. and Mills, J. (2012). SOLO Taxonomy: A Guide for Schools. Book 2. Planning for Differentiation. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2011). What kind of assessment for learning is appropriate in the age of Google and Wikipedia? Facebook and You Tube? Smart phones and text messaging? Twitter and blogging? Refereed paper presented at Symposium on Assessment and Learner Outcomes 2011 1–3 September 2011 Rutherford House, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2011). “What happens next?” is what happens next. (Student led assessment). Refereed paper presented at Symposium on Assessment and Learner Outcomes 2011 1–3 September 2011 Rutherford House, Wellington, New Zealand.

Hook, P. and Mills, J. (2011). SOLO Taxonomy: A Guide for Schools. Book 1. A common language of learning. Essential Resources Educational Publishers Limited. New Zealand.

Hook, P. (2006). A Thinking Curriculum. Curriculum Matters NZCER Press, Volume 2 p81-104.

Hook, P. (2006). Artichoke Wiki – A collaborative conversation with educators from around the world to discuss knowledge building and innovation and the role ICTs may play.

Hook, P. (2006). Inquire2Learn Learn2Inquire. HOT Wiki June 2006.

Hook, P. (2006). Designing for Differentiation (e-learning version). HOT Wiki May 2006.

Early in 2006 Otago Polytechnic initiated a traveling open space conference called The Future of Learning in a Networked World. On 18 September educationalists from around the world came to Dunedin and traveled to Christchurch, Northland, Waiheke, Auckland and Wellington to meet in open spaces and discuss the future of learning. Arti’ was invited to attend and posted on the experience on Artichoke blog . Several Artichoke posts were captured in the book compiled after the event from the various online discussions, articles and images that were created through this meeting. TALO 2006: The Future of Learning in a Networked World. published by Leigh Blackhall.

Hook, P. (aka Artichoke). (2006). They are a small vociferous minority. In TALO 2006: The Future of Learning in a Networked World. Publisher Leigh Blackhall. Hook, P. (aka Artichoke). (2006). Conviviality and the FLNW (un) Conference. In TALO 2006: The Future of Learning in a Networked World. Publisher Leigh Blackhall. Hook, P. (aka Artichoke). (2006). “Nobody owns it, everybody can use it and anybody can improve it.” Metaphors. In TALO 2006: The Future of Learning in a Networked World. Publisher Leigh Blackhall.

Hook, P. (2004). ICT and Learning: The iPAinT Experience. Computers in New Zealand Schools Volume 16. Number 3 November p15-21.

Hook P., Stannard, P. and Williamson K. (1999). Science World for the New Zealand Curriculum 10. Macmillan Publishers.

Hook, P., Jordan, C., Stannard, P. and Williamson K. (1998). Science World for the New Zealand Curriculum 9. Macmillan Publishers.

Hook, P. (1981). Mangroves: A Resource for Senior Biology. Department of Education.

Hook, P. (1981). Washing Powders and Water Pollution. NZ Science Teacher. Number 28. p24-25.

Presentations

Pam Hook SOLO Presentations (25+)