Tuesday, January 12, 2010

PABeaufaitBookmarks 01/12/2010

  • Alison argues: "For learners to establish their online social presence there are three necessary levels of interaction that need to be designed into the learning programme to assist this process. The three levels of interaction are:

    1. Learner-to-computer (system interaction)
    2. Learner-to-learner (interpersonal interaction)
    3. Learner-to-teacher/facilitator/lecturer (building positive relationship with students)

    Online social presence results in learners establishing their cognitive presence online. Once they have created their online social presence they can begin to interact with the content to be learnt (cognitive presence)." (Dec 29, 2009 10:06 PM, para. 1-2)

    tags: cognitive presence, interaction, learning, learningtimes, social presence, system interaction, interpersonal interaction

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