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What is Asynchronous Learning?

Asynchronous Learning - A student-centric method of teaching that uses online resources to encourage resource-sharing. 

Why we talk about this at Chalkup

We talk about asynchronous learning because our platform is so well matched for facilitating it. Asynchronous learning assumes restraints on a classroom. Not enough time in a day to work together, debate, or connect. (And what are the odds that a student has his or her best idea in a 42-minute class period?) It calls on online resources to fill those gaps and share ideas outside of those constraints. 

We like to think we can help with that.

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