Asynchronous Learning: The Key to Equity

  By Kevin McFarland In this time of the Coronavirus pandemic and an all too sudden shift to virtual learning, equity of access has become perhaps the single largest obstacle to educating our children. Part of this problem can only be corrected with funding to bridge Internet and device access to communities in need. But part of the problem, a big part of the problem, can be improved by a simple change in the way we instruct our students. The solution comes from realizing that in-class instruction and remote instruction are not the same thing. For most teachers, whole-group synchronous […]

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