In a world where almost everything has changed, how has learning evolved to fit the needs of students and faculty? The terms “synchronous” and “asynchronous” were once saved for those in distance or blended education and EdTech. Today, they’re part of our everyday language—a by-product of the rapid shift to online and hybrid learning. Yet while this transition to online learning has been made, how has it been optimized for the very people who use it?
We’re joined by Trey Arrington, vice president for operations; Dr. Toni Bennett, associate provost for online strategy; and Judy Mirick, professor of physics and physical science, all of Spartanburg Methodist College, to uncover:
- The evolution of synchronous learning and how to implement stronger, more engaging online learning strategies
- Lessons learned from the rapid shift to online/hyflex learning
- How schools can optimize their current strategy to support students and faculty with different learning models