Asynchronous learning is an integral part of online education that helps students learn outside the classroom. However, asynchronous active learning education is considered the best approach, especially for younger students. Schools need to try to convert their asynchronous experience into active learning for the best results.

Most schools shifted to online classes to continue teaching during the pandemic, as physical classes were impossible. The lack of face-to-face interaction has also taken a toll on active learning enjoyed by kids and educators alike. In this white paper, we will explore more about two different types of learning – asynchronous vs. active learning.

This white paper will give you insights on:

  • Asynchronous Learning
  • Benefits of Asynchronous Learning
  • How to make Asynchronous Learning Active?
  • Active Learning
  • Benefits of Active Learning

Download this white paper to learn more about asynchronous learning and how to turn it into active learning for students.