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HookED Handouts and Readings for Workshops and Presentations

1. SOLO Taxonomy Professional Reading and Viewing -

http://pamhook.com/wiki/SOLO_Taxonomy

2. SOLO Taxonomy versus Bloom's Taxonomy -

http://pamhook.com/wiki/SOLO_Taxonomy_versus_Bloom%27s_Taxonomy

3. HookED Free Resources (Posters and Visual Rubrics)

http://pamhook.com/free-resources/downloadable-resources/

4. HookED Handouts Set One

HookED SOLO Overview

HOT Alignment Diagram

HOT Learning Intentions Success Criteria

HOT SOLO KC Managing Self in Playground

HOT SOLO coded Maps 2010

HOT Maps Summary SOLO Learning Verbs

5. HookED Handouts Set Two

HookED SOLO ICT coded interventions Text

HookED SOLO Self Assessment of ICT use with Students

HOT DEFINE rubric

HOT Planning Template Landscape3

HOT SOLO Rubric Landscape

HOT SOLO Visual Rubric Define 


6. Pam Hook Learning@School12 Conference Handout - 1/2 A4 Booklet -
How to use SOLO Taxonomy in "feed up", "feed back", and feed forward" to raise student achievement.


7. Pam Hook ULearn12 Links and Resources

Workshop 1. SOLO Taxonomy: A Mental Model for Learning to Learn
Presentation - SOLO Taxonomy: A mental model for learning to learn.

Resources - SOLO Declarative Knowledge Rubric

Resources - SOLO Functioning Knowledge Rubric


Workshop 2. Redesigning Road Safety Education
Full Paper - Redesigning Road Safety Education Chamberlain and Hook

Two Page Summary - Redesigning Road Safety Education Chamberlain and Hook

Digital Learning Packed With Purpose - Wayne Erb

Case Studies - NZTA Secondary Resources


Workshop 3. SOLO Taxonomy, the Registered Teacher Criteria, and "open to learning" conversations

Presentation - SOLO Taxonomy, the Registered Teacher Criteria and "open to learning" conversations.

Resources - Registered Teacher Criteria SOLO Rubrics.

Resources - Reflective Questions SOLO Rubrics


8. Pam Hook ICOT13 Links and Resources

Pre-Conference Workshop Using SOLO Taxonomy as a powerful mental model for student learning.

HookED SOLO handbook 2013

Workshop 1. Designing for learning using SOLO Taxonomy.
Presentation - SOLO Taxonomy: A mental model for learning to learn.

Resources - SOLO Declarative Knowledge Rubric

Resources - SOLO Functioning Knowledge Rubric

Workshop 2. SOLO Taxonomy: Making meaning of ideas and information through reading, listening and viewing.

SOLO Taxonomy: Making Meaning of ideas and information through reading, listening and viewing

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.

Research Strand. Redesigning Road Safety Education
Full Paper - Redesigning Road Safety Education Chamberlain and Hook

Two Page Summary - Redesigning Road Safety Education Chamberlain and Hook

Digital Learning Packed With Purpose - Wayne Erb

Case Studies - NZTA Secondary Resources


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