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BUILDING INQUIRIES INTO THE CoI
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Latest post August 2, 2022 by Dan Wilton · 4 posts
Yes - because learning is so complex and so intangible, we'll likely never be able to approach it directly, so it might be useful to see each theory as trying to approach it from a different perspective, with its own beliefs, values, and goals. The CoI framework, for example, could be interpreted as trying to integrate three different perspectives on the central idea of an "educational experience", and how these ...
Latest post July 19, 2022 by Heather Saigo · 48 posts
Hi Martha! Thank you for those references. I am adding them to my reading list right now. I appreciate your help! Heather
Opened July 15, 2021 by Anastasios Katsaris
Thank you so much professor for bringing to our attention interesting new research on your inspirational work.
Latest post May 3, 2021 by Lindie · 9 posts
Which level is the second level?
Opened May 3, 2021 by Anastasios Katsaris
Thank you professor.
Opened January 20, 2021 by Anastasios Katsaris
Thank you professor.
Opened November 10, 2020 by Anastasios Katsaris
Thank you professor.
Latest post March 27, 2018 by Bernard Kimani · 3 posts
Prof, The proliferation of fake news and the continued attempt to silence/demobilize divergent thinking is almost becoming a virus whose effects will hit the world like AIDS. Voices like these need to be raised vouching for intellectual humility that accepts the views of others first even though you do not disagree with them. Collaborative discourse can only thrive in an atmosphere of openness, accommodation and ...
Latest post March 20, 2018 by Charanjeet · 4 posts
Many thanks for your reply Prof. Garrison. It is interesting that after submitting my project details for your further advice, I was surprised finding on page 112 of your book: Thinking Collaboratively, Learning in a Community of Inquiry ( 2016) your recommendations about IQT: "This could include asking questions, offering an insight, or providing strategic directions to the discourse. The relevance and timing of ...
Latest post November 4, 2017 by D. Randy Garrison · 2 posts
Thanks to Jens Breivik for taking the time to respond to my editorial about the cognitive presence construct and critical thinking. Such critical analysis gives me the opportunity to clarify important features of the CoI framework. Jens basic point is that the cognitive presence (CP) construct has weak validity. However, to address construct validity one must attend to the intent of the construct (what is it ...


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Heather Saigo on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hi Martha! Thank you for those references. I am adding them to my reading list right now. I appreciate your help! Heather

Heather Saigo on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hi Dan! Thank you for the welcome and the insight. I will check out that post for sure! Heather

Martha Cleveland-Innes on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hi Heather! Great question. Leadership in any group can be informal, shared, and emergent. In education, connectivism tries to get to this. These ideas may start your review of this issue. Corbett, F., & Spinello, E. (2020). Connectivism and leadership: harnessing a learning theory for the digital age to redefine ...

Dan Wilton on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Welcome to the CoI community, Heather! You might be interested in some of the ideas being explored by Terry Anderson and Jon Dron potentially to bridge the gap between more formal, deliberately planned communities of inquiry and informal "sets" or "networks" of learners. Dr. Anderson's blog post below might be a good ...

Heather Saigo on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Oh, I have been wondering about this and maybe someone here has insight. A Community of Inquiry can form without a formal set-up and instructor/leader? I feel like I've participated in CoI that took shape organically among a group of learners, but I'm not sure whether that fits the model. What do you ...

Heather Saigo on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hello! I am a doctoral student in education, in the process of focusing my dissertation questions. I am curious about whether a Discord community constitutes a Community of Inquiry. Perhaps I will do a qualitative evaluation of online interactions to determine whether they fit the CoI framework. Still working on ...

Martha Cleveland-Innes on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hello Ibrahim! Welcome to our log and repository. We look forward to hearing about your CoI research and the results. M.Cleveland-Innes

Ibrahim Garba on The CoI Community
1 month ago
Hello everyone from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia! I'm a Higher Education doctoral student at University of Liverpool in good old United Kingdom 💕! I look forward to sharing part of my thesis with you. I'm looking at ways to improve teaching and learning using the COI framework ...

Lintang Matahari Hasani on The CoI Community
2 months ago
Hello everyone, warmest greetings from Indonesia! I'm a lecturer and researcher at the Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Indonesia. I am looking forward to contribute in the implementation of CoI, especially in the fields of computer science education. I am excited to be a part of this amazing community! ...

Kristin Millard on The CoI Community
4 months ago
Hi, everyone. I am a Higher Education Leadership doctoral student at Maryville University in St. Louis, MO. My dissertation is a mixed-method study on the persistence of international students who study online while living in their home countries. I am using CoI as my framework. I am just beginning my research, and I ...
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