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Teaching Presence as a guide for productive design in online and blended learning
Shea, Peter

Published31 January 2024
Book titleThe Design of Digital Learning Environments: Online and Blended Applications of the Community of Inquiry
Pages 68–83
PublisherRoutledge
EditorsCleveland-Innes, Martha F. · Stenbom, Stefan · Garrison, D. Randy

ABSTRACT
This chapter reviews concepts in the Community of Inquiry theoretical framework to establish a foundation for exploring relationships between its components. The chapter presents research on the association of Teaching Presence with Cognitive Presence and summarizes conditions under which learners experience higher levels of Cognitive Presence through effective Teaching Presence. Additionally, recent work in the conceptualization of Social Presence is reviewed. Lessons for online and blended course design are extracted from these summaries of research and theory.


ISBN9781003246206
DOI10.4324/9781003246206-6
URLhttp://doi.org/10.4324/9781003246206-6
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