Ok, globalsolo celebrates its first month on 31 January. What we would like is some feedback as comments on the blog that others can read OR tweeted to @globalsolo on Twitter OR mailed to email@example.com.
If you do not want your feedback shared please indicate and it will just be read by me.
What do you like?
Have you used the globalsolo twitter list all members are added too?
Have you seen ideas that you like?
What do you think should be the priority in February?
Thanks for reading and please feedback.
Not a violent or aggressive hijacking,but being cheeky, assertive, taking the opportunities offered. Today I attended a day about how Canons High School, Edgware, have developed their surplus model through the use of pedagogy leaders.
I have previously met members of the team through PedagooLondon 2013, Teachmeet Collaborate in Sept, and twitter. I know that Solo taxonomy has been one aspect that they are developing. Today I got an opportunity to see lessons in progress and talk about solo and @globalsolo. Already having returned home I have passed on recommended links discussed today – this is exactly why I started the network idea.
I am very lucky to have been given a place jointly presenting with Andy Day (@Andyphilipday) at Northern rocks 2014. We will be delivering on Solo taxonomy, which we are both keen advocates of, as well as representing the 50+ age band in teaching. I want to use a representative sample of examples of using solo across our member countries. The workshop needs to inc. some presenter led input but the more hands on using the taxonomy,the more I believe we will convince others of its worth.
What I seek are examples of activities used when introducing educators to solo and also moving learners from multistructural to relational and extended abstract. I would like to represent uses in primary,secondary and university education.
Please suggest links,sites, blog posts so I can gather a range of materials.
Andy Knill (@aknill)
OK, another example of sharing ideas. I am but one teacher using solo taxonomy (@aknill). How would you recommend that @EmpiriEducator proceeds?
This is a photo of a response to Judith Roberts in the group based on my practice with Geography classes at Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14 in UK) :