“Learning to learn” requires the learner to think about the strengths and weaknesses of their own thinking when they are learning and to make thoughtful decisions on what to do next. 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?
Through my recent reading and research I have come to a deeper understanding about what SOLO is and how I could incorporate it into my programme.
SOLO is a process of learning you go on in order to develop a deeper understanding about something.
If you know nothing about a topic you need to start doing some finding out.
you have found out some information you then need to think about about that information relates to each other - you need to make connections.
Its only once you understand the connections that you can start to develop a deeper understanding about something and be able to extend that thinking and understanding.