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Fostering presence and interaction in online teaching

  1. Fostering presence and interaction in online teaching
  2. An Ignatian approach to online education fosters student- centerdness, interaction, and reflection
  3. Effective online teaching fosters three types of presence: social, teaching, cognitive
  4. Social presence Social presence is the ability of learners and instructors to project themselves socially and emotionally as 'real' people (i.e., their full personality) Social presence is the ability to present oneself socially and affectively in a virtual environment.
  5. Teaching presence Teaching presence is the instructor's virtual representation of him/herself as a teacher, manifested in course materials, such as the syllabus and assignments, as well as in structural choices, such as the selection of readings, the presentation and ordering of content, and the management of discussions.
  6. Cognitive presence Cognitive presence is the extent to which learners are able to reflect, think critically and solve meaningful problems. To achieve cognitive presence, an online instructor must integrate student-centered instructional strategies that help students construct their knowledge through reflection, collaboration, and problem solving
  7. Presence and types of interaction Student-Content Student-Student Interaction Interaction Student-Teacher Interaction
  8. Student-teacher interaction Activities for student-instructor interaction might include: • Instructor feedback on assignments/projects • Virtual office hours • Meetings with small groups/team • Asynchronous discussion board exchanges moderated by the instructor. • Synchronous discussions moderated by the instructor
  9. Student-teacher interaction: samples Video introduction Response to student introductions Voicethread response to student
  10. student-student interaction Activities for student-student interaction might include: • student introductions • informal conversation (the water cooler) • collaborative activities such as group discussions, small- group projects, group problem-solving assignments, or peer critiques. • student-student feedback
  11. Student-student interaction: student blog
  12. Student-student interaction: Googledocs
  13. Student-student interaction: webconferencing
  14. Student-content interaction Activities for student-content interaction might include : • Reading from a text, article • Web-based resource • Completion of an activity or online exercise • Student-generated content
  15. Student-content interaction: resource catalogue
  16. Student-content interaction: Student-generated wiki
  17. Student-content interaction: Voicethread Sample Voicethread (NHACC)
  18. Building presence and interaction and conveys an Ignatian philosphy of online education and reflects established best practices in online teaching & learning