"Due to the pandemic, both instructors and students have had to adapt quickly to different forms of online learning models. Asynchronous learning has emerged as a predominant model because of its flexibility in allowing students to learn anytime and anywhere. Although convenient, this type of learning model requires students to exercise a high degree of self-regulated learning."—Source: Faculty Focus
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WHY THIS MATTERS:
While asynchronous learning offers students a hefty amount of flexibility, it also requires them to self-regulate in new ways. This article shares insight to help students develop these skills, which will serve them in their current courses and beyond.