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Building Teaching Presence in Online Pre-Service Teacher Education

24 Pages Posted: 15 Oct 2022 Publication Status: Published

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Laura Morrison

University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Michele Jacobsen

University of Calgary

Abstract

In this study, we analyzed promising practices for building teaching presence in an online pre-service teacher education course. We used a design-based research approach informed by Garrison et al.'s (2000) Community of Inquiry. Multiple data were collected from three students and two instructors during and after the course. Findings indicate that students experienced teaching presence directly in the timely, strengths-based and personal feedback they received. This feedback helped students know their work was being seen and they were “on the right track”. The feedback aided student motivation and self-regulation, which emerged as important for ongoing engagement and learning, online.

Keywords: Pre-service Teacher Education, Online Learning, Online teaching, Community of inquiry, Teaching presence, Self-regulatory phases

Suggested Citation

Morrison, Laura and Jacobsen, Michele, Building Teaching Presence in Online Pre-Service Teacher Education. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4248963 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4248963

Laura Morrison (Contact Author)

University of Ontario Institute of Technology ( email )

Canada

Michele Jacobsen

University of Calgary ( email )

University Drive
Calgary, T2N 1N4
Canada

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