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Exploring social and cognitive presences in communities of inquiry to perform higher cognitive tasks
Tirado Morueta, Ramón; Maraver López, Pablo; Hernando Gómez, Ángel; Harris, Victor W.
The purpose of the current study was to explore social and cognitive relationships among students when they are solving complex cognitive tasks in online discussion forums (self-regulated). An online course targeting ...
Posted August 10, 2022

Visualising the dynamics of online learning communities in online and blending learning courses: Experiences from three university courses
Chuang, Victoria Jae; Ceballos, Alejandro; Bundgaard, Helle; Furu, Peter; Bregnhøj, Henrik; Harker-Schuch, Inez; Henriksen, Christian Bugge
Online learning communities are a foundational element of online and blended learning. Many learning activities in online and blended learning courses require students to collaborate and work together with their peers. ...
Posted August 10, 2022

The Impact of Teaching Presence on Online Engagement Behaviors
Zhang, Huaihao; Lin, Lijia; Zhan, Yi; Ren, Youqun
Guided by the Interactive-Constructive-Active-Passive framework, the purpose of the study was to investigate whether teaching presence would impact online learners’ passive, active, constructive, and interactive ...
Posted August 10, 2022

Teaching presence in computer conferencing learning environments: Effects on interaction, cognition and learning uptake
Zhao, Huahui; Sullivan, Kirk P. H.
This exploratory study examined how the level and nature of teaching presence impacted two online forum discussions from three dimensions: participation and interaction, cognitive presence, and knowledge development via ...
Posted August 10, 2022

Student-led inquiry-based learning
Weerasinghe, Thushani A.; Ramberg, Robert; Hewagamage, Kamalanath P.
Inquiry-based learning and peer-teaching are two teaching and learning approaches best applicable in higher educational contexts. Considering benefits of each approach in learning, a study was conducted to determine how ...
Posted July 16, 2022

Student-Student Online Coaching as a Relationship of Inquiry: An Exploratory Study from the Coach Perspective
Stenbom, Stefan; Hrastinski, Stefan; Cleveland-Innes, Martha
There are comparatively few studies on one-to-one tutoring in online settings, even though it has been found to be an effective model. This paper explores student-student online coaching from the coach perspective. The ...
Posted July 11, 2022

Dual Perspectives on the Contribution of On-Site Facilitators to Teaching Presence in a Blended Learning Environment
de la Varre, Claire; Keane, Julie; Irvin, Matthew J.
This study examines online instructors’ views of on-site facilitators’ practices and activities that help high school students taking online courses. A qualitative analysis of end-of-course interview data with ...
Posted July 11, 2022

Teaching presence and regulation in an electronic portfolio
Torras, M. Eulalia; Mayordomo, Rosa
Teaching presence provides conceptual coherence to construct, operationalise and interpret the regulation of online learning environments. Electronic portfolios contribute to the regulatory process moving from an ...
Posted June 15, 2022

Online Classroom or Community-in-the-Making? Instructor Conceptualizations and Teaching Presence in International Online Contexts
Morgan, Tannis
The community of inquiry framework (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 2000 ) has been an important contribution to the online distance education field and has been useful in providing researchers with the construct of ...
Posted June 15, 2022

A dialogic approach to online facilitation
Swann, Jennie
Social construction of understanding has long been a significant underlying principle of learning and teaching, and while there are many models for the design of online activities to promote this, there are considerably ...
Posted June 15, 2022

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