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Re-examining the Construct Validity and Causal Relationships of Teaching, Cognitive and Social Presence in Community of Inquiry Framework

Patrick Dempsey, Jie Zhang
2019 Online Learning  
for age, ethnicity, discipline, and online experience; (c) structural relationships of the three main constructs—teaching presence, social presence, and cognitive presence—suggested potential psychometric  ...  Results of this study indicated that (a) teaching, social, and cognitive presence are each multidimensional and higher-order constructs; (b) measurement invariance was fully achieved for gender and partially  ...  ., 2009b) focuses on the predictive relationship of teaching presence on cognitive presence with social presence as a mediator.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v23i1.1419 fatcat:mb6xk36irzdr5o7nxyhi6s72v4

Examining the Reliability and Validity of a Turkish Version of the Community of Inquiry Survey

2018 Online Learning  
The three-factor structure of the CoI framework with teaching, social, and cognitive presences confirmed the validity of the Turkish version of the CoI survey.  ...  All three presences had high reliabilities (teaching presence = .965, social presence = .953, and cognitive presence = .972).  ...  Analyses confirmed the reliability and validity of CoI conceptual framework consisting of cognitive, social, and teaching presences.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v22i1.990 fatcat:fny2xwokbvcrlpcxvauizcomem

Modelling relationships between students' academic achievement and community of inquiry in an online learning environment for a blended course

Jeanette Lyn Fung Choy, Choon Lang Quek
2016 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Results from path analysis confirmed the hypothesised relationships among the three elements of the CoI framework (i.e., social, teaching, and cognitive) and students' learning-related outcomes (i.e.,  ...  Guided by the community of inquiry (CoI) framework (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 1999), this study examined the relationships among students' perceived teaching element, social element, cognitive  ...  Thus, the first hypothesis that teaching presence would positively predict social presence and cognitive presence and the second hypothesis that social presence would take on a mediating role for teaching  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2500 fatcat:qryovwmerrd5bdhu727mkhdzl4

A Comparative Structural Equation Modeling Investigation of the Relationships among Teaching, Cognitive and Social Presence

Kadir Kozan
2016 Online Learning  
This conclusion may depend on the level of the presences: The present results indicated a statistically higher level of teaching presence than cognitive and social presence as well as a statistically higher  ...  The results further suggested that teaching presence efforts spent on increasing cognitive presence can function directly, which may also promote social presence, and indirectly through social presence  ...  Chantal Levesque-Bristol for her feedback on an earlier draft of the present paper and participants in this study for their time and contribution.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v20i3.654 fatcat:ftjp3mnepbaaxiihyqyzujdzmi

The Satisfaction of the Special Need' Students with E-Learning Experience During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case of Educational Institutions in Indonesia

Amka Amka, Juhriyansyah Dalle
2021 Contemporary Educational Technology  
Surveying 178 special needs students from various Indonesian universities revealed that teaching presence, cognitive and social presence, and content quality, directly and indirectly, influence e-learning  ...  COVID-19 had a disastrous impact on the education sector resulting in a boom of online learning systems.  ...  Online readiness is related to teaching presence because the teacher's design and structure will predict the kind of skills and information needed for effective learning.  ... 
doi:10.30935/cedtech/11371 fatcat:fk2c2mlgpvgu5bwqef2z4ldz74

Artificial Intelligence Within Pharmacovigilance: A Means to Identify Cognitive Services and the Framework for Their Validation

Ruta Mockute, Sameen Desai, Sujan Perera, Bruno Assuncao, Karolina Danysz, Niki Tetarenko, Darpan Gaddam, Danielle Abatemarco, Mark Widdowson, Sheryl Beauchamp, Salvatore Cicirello, Edward Mingle
2019 Pharmaceutical Medicine  
The aim of this study was to identify areas across the PV value chain that can be augmented by cognitive service solutions using the methodologies of contextual analysis and cognitive load theory.  ...  and validating cognitive services.  ...  Acknowledgements A thank you to Sheng Hua Bao for his knowledge and expertise in the creation of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40290-019-00269-0 pmid:31933254 fatcat:agb4nedi6ff6xd4slyy47i4jry

Utilizing the Expectancy Value Theory to Predict Lecturer Motivation to Apply Culturally Responsive Pedagogies in Universities in Botswana

Norman Rudhumbu, Elize du Plessis
2021 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
This study therefore seeks to establish whether the EVT could be used to predict and explain the motivation of lecturers to apply culturally responsive pedagogies (CRPs) in the teaching of culturally heterogeneous  ...  The study established that the expectancy (β = .419; p < .001) and instrumentality (β = .315; p < .001) cognitions of lecturers as well as the valence (β = .268; p < .001) had a significant influence on  ...  Acknowledgement: The researchers wish to thank all lecturers who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.20.7.11 fatcat:qxxbo6a2snbabinrvr6ngzii6u

Violations of Implicit Theories and the Sense of Prediction and Control: Implications for Motivated Person Perception

Jason E. Plaks, Heidi Grant, Carol S. Dweck
2005 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
In Experiment 3, the authors found that after exposure to theory-violating information, participants felt greater anxiety and worked harder to reestablish their sense of prediction and control mastery.  ...  The authors discuss the epistemic functions of implicit theories of personality and the impact of violated assumptions.  ...  In other words, does the presence of stereotypeinconsistent information violate entity theorists' theory and hence undermine their sense of prediction and control competence?  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.88.2.245 pmid:15841857 fatcat:zroghbyemvgjtcpigrjypq4hha

Validation of the Physician Teaching Motivation Questionnaire (PTMQ)

Christoph Dybowski, Sigrid Harendza
2015 BMC Medical Education  
Incremental validity over global work motivation in predicting perceived teaching involvement was also confirmed.  ...  It distinguishes between different dimensions of motivation depending on the amount of self-regulation and autonomy involved and its empirical evidence has been demonstrated in other areas of research.  ...  Göttingen, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, and Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-015-0448-5 pmid:26432551 pmcid:PMC4592554 fatcat:reyygkux7fbzpeyfeyivfpwz7i

Pre-service teachers perceptions related to the distance teacher education learning environment and community of inquiry

Melike Özüdoğru
2021 Journal of Pedagogical Research  
Based on the results, teaching presence was found a core factor and the perceived social and cognitive presence was related to mild instructor support, relevant instruction, authentic, active learning,  ...  The results revealed that female pre-service teachers exhibited considerably greater teaching presence and cognitive presence scores than males.  ...  Also, Shea and Bidjerano (2009) revealed that 70% of the variance in the cognitive presence perceived by online students could be predicted based on instructor support and social presence.  ... 
doi:10.33902/jpr.2021472945 fatcat:ong7neqjgnhsngic2vmfwblcfu

Person theories and attention allocation: Preferences for sterotypic versus counterstereotypic information

Jason E. Plaks, Steven J. Stroessner, Carol S. Dweck, Jeffrey W. Sherman
2001 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Those holding an entity theory (the belief that traits are fixed) consistently displayed greater attention to (Experiments 1 and 4) and recognition of (Experiments 2 and 3) consistent information, whereas  ...  those holding an incremental (dynamic) theory tended to display greater attention to (Experiment 1) and recognition of (Experiment 3) inconsistent information.  ...  Indeed, and Levy (1998) have shown that teaching an incremental theory reduces the incidence of stereotyping.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0022-3514.80.6.876 pmid:11414372 fatcat:dzbmzfxx2nag3nh5rgjjhpq7ri

Analyzing Impact of Aesthetic Visual Design on Usability of E-Learning: An Emerging Economy Perspective

Akanksha Ghai, Urvashi Tandon
2022 Higher Learning Research Communications  
Objectives: The purpose of the study is to examine various dimensions of aesthetic visual design and their role in predicting usability in e-learning in higher education institutions of northern India.  ...  for predicting usability of e-learning.  ...  Any learning task places three types of cognitive load on working memory: intrinsic cognitive load, extraneous cognitive load, and germane cognitive load (Pass et al., 2003; Sweller et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.18870/hlrc.v12.i2.1325 fatcat:hfozdq5ddfgf5pyziy6vsr446a

Perceived Learning Management Quality Predictors to Motivation and Use of Self-Regulated Learning Strategies

Shayesteh Hashemyolia, Azizan Asmuni, Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub, Shaffe Mohd Daud
2015 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
The purpose of this research is to investigate learner motivation and self-regulated learning strategies in learning management system (LMS).  ...  Further, motivation had significant effect on students' usage of metacognitive as well as on resource management of self-regulated learning strategies.  ...  The social cognitive theory explains the independent variables and dependent variables of the present study. The SRL is derived from social cognitive theory (Bandura, 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s1p428 fatcat:dsjvqbxmg5eyfgvo2t2abw5oue

Investigating the Relationships among Stressors, Stress Level, and Mental Symptoms for Infertile Patients: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach

Jong-Yi Wang, Yi-Shan Li, Jen-De Chen, Wen-Miin Liang, Tung-Chuan Yang, Young-Chang Lee, Chia-Woei Wang, Kenji Hashimoto
2015 PLoS ONE  
Marital stressor, importance of children, guiltand-blame, and social stressor showed a direct effect on perceived stress.  ...  Instead of being a factor of stress, social support was directly and positively related to self-esteem.  ...  This model asserted that the degree of stress (X) depends on the effect of family resources (B) and cognition (C) on stress event (A).  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0140581 pmid:26484531 pmcid:PMC4617903 fatcat:hw3n64dyh5e3roiisujp5wzkem

Psychometric Properties and Construct Validity of the Brief Wisconsin Inventory of Smoking Dependence Motives in an Internet-Based Sample of Treatment-Seeking Hungarian Smokers

P. Vajer, R. Urban, I. Tombor, A. Stauder, L. Kalabay
2011 Nicotine & Tobacco Research  
We assessed the psychometric properties and construct validity of the Wisconsin Inventory of Smoking Dependence Motives (WISDM)-68 and WISDM-37.  ...  cognitive enhancement, craving, cue exposure/associative processes, social/environmental goads, taste, tolerance, weight control, affective enhancement), satisfactorily represents the data.  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank Megan Piper for her help with the translation of WISDM-68.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ntr/ntq254 pmid:21330270 pmcid:PMC3066404 fatcat:ctajmh2nbfbnvghwbcohjxqvzq
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