Fundamentals of Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning


*New Course*

Dates: August 16-20

Course Description:

Due to new classroom environments over the past few years, educators have had to rework and rethink the way we view teaching and education.  Synchronous and asynchronous learning are only a small part of that challenge.  This course will help teachers discover and alter new methods for teaching synchronous lessons as well as asynchronous learning, and finding the right balance between both. In this course we will discuss the difference between the two types of learning.  We will share ways to make distance learning more effective and how to create assignments with meaning and structure.  A variety of hybrid learning tips and creative lessons will be discussed.  Educators will also discuss the many challenges faced with these types of learning. This course is a must for all teachers of all disciplines K-12.

(3 Credits/45 Hours) in-service credit


(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only


in-service credit only


Kim Kittredge