Synchronous Learning

Synchronous learning refers to a type of learning where learners and instructors engage in real-time interactions and activities, typically facilitated through communication technologies such as video conferencing, chat rooms, or live webinars. In synchronous learning, learners participate in online classes, discussions, or presentations at specific scheduled times, allowing for immediate feedback, collaboration, and engagement. It promotes active participation, real-time communication, and a sense of community among learners, simulating the experience of traditional classroom environments while being conducted in a remote or online setting.

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