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This model postulates that deep and meaningful learning results when there are sufficient levels of three component “presences.” (Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.)., P.1)
 
This model postulates that deep and meaningful learning results when there are sufficient levels of three component “presences.” (Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.)., P.1)
  
The combination of a social presence, a cognitive presence and teaching presence make for the learners enriched learning experience.  
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The combination of a social presence, a cognitive presence and teaching presence make for the learners enriched learning experience. It is important for the instructor to establish the their presence early on in a course.
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[[Image:CommunityInquiry.jpg|thumb|300px| Community of Inquiry Model]]
 
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==Questions?==
 
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* What is Teacher Presence?
 
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* How is it established?
 
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* Does teacher presence have an impact on the quality of learning done by students?
 
* Does teacher presence have an impact on the quality of learning done by students?
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Once you have watched the videos, read this Unit and answered the questions you may proceed to the next Unit, Unit #2.
  
 
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Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.). Teacher Presence: Using Introductory Videos in Online and Hybrid Courses Retrieved December 14, 2016, from https://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/107/teacher-presence-using-introductory-videos-in-online-and-hybrid-courses
 
Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.). Teacher Presence: Using Introductory Videos in Online and Hybrid Courses Retrieved December 14, 2016, from https://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/107/teacher-presence-using-introductory-videos-in-online-and-hybrid-courses
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Creating Instructor Presence. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/jmRGc8MRjNQ
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8 Lessons Lessons Learned from Teaching Online Retrieved from https://youtu.be/Bp4BG4Me7TU

Latest revision as of 10:08, 17 December 2016

Online Porfessor

Teacher Presence

Watch the following two videos carefully and note their thoughts on Teacher Presence in a course. Take notes and use the information in the videos to answer the questions in the "Questions" section of this unit.

Video #1: Creating Instructor Presence

https://youtu.be/jmRGc8MRjNQ

Video #2: 8 Lessons Learned from Teaching Online

https://youtu.be/Bp4BG4Me7TU

Community of Inquiry

This model postulates that deep and meaningful learning results when there are sufficient levels of three component “presences.” (Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.)., P.1)

The combination of a social presence, a cognitive presence and teaching presence make for the learners enriched learning experience. It is important for the instructor to establish the their presence early on in a course.

Community of Inquiry Model

Questions?

Use these questions as a guide to test your knowledge of the information presented?

  • What is Teacher Presence?
  • Why is it important?
  • How is it established?
  • Does teacher presence have an impact on the quality of learning done by students?

Next Step

Once you have watched the videos, read this Unit and answered the questions you may proceed to the next Unit, Unit #2.

Navigation

Home Page

Webcast-icon.gif

Unit 2: Registration for a Screencast-O-Matic Account and Discovering the application features


Webcast-icon.gif

Unit 3: Create a Screencast/Video using Screencast-O-Matic

References and Resources

Richardson, J. C., Besser, E., Koehler, A., Lim, J., & Strait, M. (2016). Instructors' Perceptions of Instructor Presence in Online Learning Environments. International Review Of Research In Open And Distributed Learning, 17(4), 82-104.

Paula Jones, Kim Naugle & MaryAnn Kolloff : Learning Solutions Magazine. (n.d.). Teacher Presence: Using Introductory Videos in Online and Hybrid Courses Retrieved December 14, 2016, from https://www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/107/teacher-presence-using-introductory-videos-in-online-and-hybrid-courses

Creating Instructor Presence. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/jmRGc8MRjNQ

8 Lessons Lessons Learned from Teaching Online Retrieved from https://youtu.be/Bp4BG4Me7TU