3-2-1 on Facilitation

  Thoughts on digital facilitation: Clear and direct teaching presence is perhaps the most critical element in a fully online course. Social presence can emerge in a digital setting, but promoting one should not trump, nor supersede cognitive presence....

Asynchronous Debate Summary

Photo by Casey Horner on Unsplash Team Endeavour: Eunice Leung, Jeff Goodes, Leigh McCarthy, Sue Reid, Lorne Strachan Our facilitation week consisted of posing a debate topic, which was, “Be it resolved that digital tracking can be used to help students without...

Facilitation Plan Draft

Team 1’s Draft Facilitation Plan Team Members: Earl Einarson, Susan Nassiripour, Lisa Gates, Tala Mami, Laren Helfer   Given the topic ‘Ways in which emerging digital technologies could influence facilitation’, we decided on the following learning outcome:...

Deepening Learning Through a Community of Inquiry

“Once community is established, the more likely deep and meaningful learning will occur” (Vaughan et al., 2013). The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model rests on this understanding, that learning is deeper when it occurs socially.  The idea that learning is a social...

Assignment 1: Community of Inquiry Framework

Click here to access PDF I currently do not teach; however, I based my Community of Inquiry (CoI) strategies on the course I would like to teach in the future. The course, titled Global Citizenship, is delivered in a hybrid modality. This course examines social...