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Blended Learning 2: Synchronous vs Asynchronous Public

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After completing this badge, learners will clearly understand the uses of synchronous and asynchronous instruction.

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After utilizing the resources above, add to the Quicktopic conversation at: https://www.quicktopic.com/53/H/dLw2DErafK6Es. Explain how Asynchronous learning can be utilized in the Blended Learning classroom.Take a snapshot of your contribution and submit as evidence of your learning for this badge. More Info

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Resources

1) Read the blog by Caroline Lawless at: https://www.learnupon.com/blog/synchronous-learning-asynchronous-learning/
2) Study the Mindflash infographic at : https://mindflash.com/elearning-glossary/asynchronous-synchronous
3) Examine some examples of Asynchronous possibilities from The University of Michigan at http://www.umich.edu/~elements/fogler&gurmen/html/asyLearn/learning.htm
4) Read the article from Schoology at https://www.schoology.com/blog/asynchronous-learning-definition-benefits-and-example-activities

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After utilizing the resources above, add to the Quicktopic conversation at: https://www.quicktopic.com/53/H/dLw2DErafK6Es. Explain how you think Asynchronous learning can be utilized effectively in the Blended Learning classroom. Take a snapshot of your contribution and submit as evidence of your learning for this badge.

In your Quicktopic response please be sure to:
  • Introduce the badge and topic you are discussing. For example, “For Blended Learning 2, asynchronous learning can be utilized effectively in the Blended Learning classroom.“
  • Be sure to specifically reference each of the resources.
  • Comment on at least one other post (unless you are the first respondent on the topic.)


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