Synchronous Learning in
      Education
    By: Jarrett Landor-Ngemi
INTRODUCTION
Prior to the beginning
of technology in the
classroom, the
traditional classroom
dynamic comprised a
chalkboa...
INTRODUCTION
Due to the rise of computers, instructional
technology, wireless communities and
electronic email, the classr...
INTRODUCTION
According to the NCES
report (2003) there were
an estimated 3,077,000
students registered for
web-based instr...
INTRODUCTOIN
Today almost all institutions of higher
learning offer a form of online based
instruction (Saba, 2005).
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  1. 1. Synchronous Learning in Education By: Jarrett Landor-Ngemi
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. INTRODUCTOIN Today almost all institutions of higher learning offer a form of online based instruction (Saba, 2005).
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