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  • 1. Synchronous Learning in Education By: Jarrett Landor-Ngemi
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Prior to the beginning of technology in the classroom, the traditional classroom dynamic comprised a chalkboard, a lecture, a teacher handout, and the occasional group assignments (Woo Reeves 2007)
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Due to the rise of computers, instructional technology, wireless communities and electronic email, the classroom dynamic has become modernized (Dornisch Sperling, 2006)
  • 4. INTRODUCTION According to the NCES report (2003) there were an estimated 3,077,000 students registered for web-based instruction classes offered by 2 and 4 year higher education institutions (Moore Kearsley, 2005)
  • 5. INTRODUCTOIN Today almost all institutions of higher learning offer a form of online based instruction (Saba, 2005).