Navigate 1.1.1 Delineating Between Synchronous and Asynchronous Content

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Source:  http://www.elearners.com/online-education-resources/degrees-and-programs/synchronous-vs-asynchronous-classes/

Both Asynchronous and Synchronous are proven effective methods of on-line teaching.  Synchronous classes require teachers and students to be on-line at a specific time.  All lectures, discussions, presentations, and interactions occur during the specific time slot.  Asynchronous classes do not require teachers and students to be on-line at the same time. The teacher will post learning assignments, lectures, and presentations to the on-line site and students can access and complete the work on their own time table.  Teachers will set a time limit, usually one week, for students to complete assignments.

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