Start: Monday, November 29, 2021
End: Sunday, December 5, 2021

Online instruction has become a multifaceted experience. Instructors can select their platform, course design, and now, their instructional format.

Online courses can be taught either synchronously, where learning occurs at a specified time and date, or asynchronously, where students can complete course content on their own time. How do instructors know when to teach synchronously or asynchronously.

This 20-Minute Mentor (opens in a new window) offers a foundational understanding of synchronous vs. asynchronous instruction while also providing considerations for when to select each teaching format.

Upon completion of this program, you’ll be able to:

• Understand the differences between synchronous and asynchronous instruction

• Determine when to teach using a synchronous or asynchronous format

• Learn the benefits and weakness of both synchronous and asynchronous instruction

Password: format942

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