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COI (Brent Fleisher)

Better late than never… that’ll teach me to forget categorizing and tagging my posts….   I think each of these elements (social, cognitive, and teaching) are already present in the classroom; however, one or two elements may be more present than others.  Even in online or hybrid courses, cognitive and teaching presence is almost a … Continue reading COI (Brent Fleisher)

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COI (Community of Inquiry)

This week’s study of the COI was interesting but at times the amount of detail was overwhelming.  Of the three elements of presence (social, cognitive and teaching), I think the one most helpful to shorten transactional distance between learners  is the social presence.  When a student feels that they can easily communicate with both their … Continue reading COI (Community of Inquiry)

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tedu662fall16b – pbecte 2016-10-07 19:41:32

The Coi framework consists of three overlapping ideals.  Social presence, teaching presence, and cognitive presence.  The idea of online learning must also be structured to include these ideals.  Social presence is simply creating and maintaining a learning environment that is supportive and allows for the development of relationships and trust amongst the participants.  Teaching experience … Continue reading

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Community of Inquiry

Let’s start with the article by Garrison, Anderson and Archer as that is where I began my exploration of CoI.   (I sure wish that I had started with the website.)  I felt as though the article was centered on validating the model rather than explaining it.  The data analysis was over the top.  When … Continue reading Community of Inquiry

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COI

The basic elements of COI and the desire to achieve the right balance between these elements seems to be something that online educators should be seeking to achieve, but also educators who work with students face to face on a daily basis.  Finding the appropriate blend of social, teaching & cognitive presence in the educational … Continue reading COI

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CoI

I explored the CoI website before reading the article.  After familiarizing myself with the homepage,  I went through all the sections under the CoI Model heading.  I spent the most time on the  interactive CoI model that utilized ThingLink to help describe the different areas.  To me, the elements of the CoI framework have a lot of overlap … Continue reading CoI

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Community of Inquiry

I am glad to see that I wasn’t the only one who had a difficult time understanding the Community of Inquiry or CoI framework. The graphic did help me develop a better understanding but I’m still not sure I have been able to 100% wrap my mind around it. In creating an educational experience through … Continue reading Community of Inquiry

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Kim Wasosky COI Blog

Through my reading and trying to understand the language in the COI program. I have learned that there are three levels of presence that will make the online learning experience worthwhile. There is a balance among the teacher, the student and the content itself. The perfect level of autonomy to learn content of a subject … Continue reading Kim Wasosky COI Blog

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Debbie Myers COI

I see a connection between the elements of the COI framework and the elements of Transactional Distance. It seems that the Social Presence is related to Dialogue, the Cognitive Presence is related to Autonomy, and Teacher Presence is related to Structure. They all have to interact and find a balance to create a positive and […]

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