Survey request: Do you use SOLO? Are you a NZ Primary and Secondary Digital Technology teacher?

Please (please) copy and paste this (first prototype of a) questionnaire about the use of SOLO within your practise.

I will eventually be using some form of this survey this year, both within my school and across NZ through the NZ Association of Computing and Digital Technology Teachers portal (NZACDITT). Eventually of course I’ll put it on survey monkey when I have adequately tested the questionnaire.

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  1. What subjects do you normally teach?
  2. How long have you been in teaching?
  3. On average, what hours do you normally work on your job each week (exclude vacations)?
  4. How old are you?
  5. Are you aware of a teaching taxonomy called “SOLO”? (which means Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes)
  6. Have you ever used SOLO as a pedagogical structure or model for the delivery or assessment for any of your digital teaching at any stage of your career?
  7. Are you familiar with SOLO taxonomy?
  8. Can you remember what the acronym SOLO means?
  9. Do you agree/disagree with this statement: Higher levels of SOLO (relational, extended abstract) must somehow involve some degree of ‘Blended’ learning in any secondary classroom in NZ today, any subject (note: ‘Blended learning’ is where the student self-paces his/her classroom learning with online sources rather than teacher intervention). Can you give a brief reason why you feel this way?
  10. Do you agree/disagree with this statement: Higher levels of SOLO (relational, extended abstract) must involve some degree of ‘Flipped’ learning in in any secondary classroom in NZ today, any subject (note: ‘Flipped’ learning is where the student prepares for class by doing the extra study necessary at their home). Can you give a brief reason why you feel this way?
  11. Do you think some degree of ‘Blended’ learning is important in the NZ secondary classroom of today that has a digital context?
  12. Do you think some degree of ‘Flipped’ learning is important in the NZ secondary classrooms of today that has a digital context?
  13. Do you think some degree of ‘Blended’ learning is important in the NZ secondary classrooms of today for achieving the higher levels of ‘SOLO’ (relational, extended abstract) that has a digital context?
  14. Do you think some degree of ‘Flipped’ learning is important in the NZ secondary classrooms of today for achieving the higher levels of ‘SOLO’ (relational, extended abstract) that has a digital context?
  15. Do you believe that homework of any kind is important for achieving the higher levels of SOLO in the secondary classrooms of today, any subject?
  16. Do you believe that homework of any kind is important for achieving the higher levels of SOLO in the secondary classrooms of today that has a digital context?
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