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  1. May 2024
    1. cognitive presence, is “the extent to which the participants in . . . acommunity of inquiry are able to construct meaning through sustained communication”

      cognitive presence - participants are able to construct meaning through sustained communication.

    2. The second element, teaching pres-ence, involves instructional management, building understanding, and direct instruction

      teaching presence - instructional management, building understanding, direct instruction

    3. The CoI framework is a dynamic process model of onlinelearning based on the theory that effective learning requires a community based on inquiry(Garrison, 2011, 2015). At the heart of the model are the interdependent constructs ofcognitive, social, and teaching presence

      COI - heart cognitive social teaching presence

    4. Communityof Inquiry (CoI) framework, a widely used guide for planning, developing, evaluating,and researching online learning

      Guide for planning, developing, evaluating, and researching online learning

    1. Studies using the FrameworkSurvey have focused on the role of social presence (Annand, 2011), theinterrelationship of presences (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 1999),students’ perceptions and satisfaction (Maddrell, Morrison, & Watson,2017), and perceived learning (Richardson & Swan, 2003)

      Framework Survey

    1. Community of Inquiry framework (Simunich, 2014) can lead to purposeful choices that can facilitate increased teacher-student interaction, promoting increased instructor presence in online courses. In the CoI framework, Teaching Presence includes instructional management, building understanding, and direct instruction.

      Teaching presence - instructional management Building Understanding Direct instruction

      With a rise of AI graders how to you motivate teachers to stay present.

    1. describe the Community of Inquiry as a “conceptual framework that identifies the elements that are crucial prerequisites for a successful higher education experience” (p. 87).  Shea and Bidjerano elaborate that CoI “focuses on the development of an online learning community with an emphasis on the processes of instructional conversations that are likely to lead to epistemic engagement” (p. 544).

      community of inquiry

    2. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model (Garrison et al., 2000) is the prevailing model in research involving teaching presence.   At its core, CoI is built on constructivist principles rooted in educational theories of Dewey, Vygotsky, and others.  Constructivism is a process of an individual’s construction of knowledge through his/her own experiences and develops in concert with interactions with others (Shea et al., 2005).

      Community of Inquiry

    3. I enrolled in the four-week course and was introduced to the Community of Inquiry (CoI) model designed by Garrison, Anderson, and Archer (2000), which described the concept of interplay between teaching presence, social presence, and cognitive presence.

      community of inquiry definition

  2. Mar 2023
  3. Oct 2020
    1. Cognitive Presence “is the extent to which learners are able to construct and confirm meaning through sustained reflection and discourse” (Community of Inquiry, n.d, para. 5). Video is often used as a unidirectional medium with information flowing from the expert or instructor to the learner. To move from transmission of content to construction of knowledge, tools such as Voice Thread (VoiceThread, 2016) support asynchronous conversation in a multimedia format.

      The author, Kendra Grant, is the Director of Professional Development and Learning for Quillsoft in Toronto Canada. Grant helps business succeed in education design and support. In this article Grant discusses how quickly the learning environment has changed through technological development. Grant explores the RAT Model, which guides instructors in the "use of technology to help transform instructional practice." Grant then examines the Community of Inquiry model, which seeks to create meaningful instruction through social, cognitive and teaching presence. Grant concludes by providing general principles for creating a positive video presence.

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