This idea is by @FullonLearning- Zoe Elder read more here.
What to do:
When writing your intentions/objectives/aims for your lessons and then sharing them with your students, add the connective SO THAT…
- Help you be really clear about why/what your students are learning
- It is inclusive to all and allows the students to be able to rationalise/justify their learning
- It helps focus your direction/thinking behind the lesson.
Include SOLO Taxonomy to the SO THAT element of the intentions like @Dan_Brinton has here…
— Jonny Walker (@jonnywalker_edu) June 13, 2015