What is Asynchronous Learning?
Asynchronous learning is a chance for students to practice their learning independently. It’s a time for them to learn at their own pace, complete work to show off their skills, and think deeply about their learning. On asynchronous learning days (Mondays), students should spend about 2 hours and 40 minutes engaged in learning activities.
How does this work in first grade?
Students will receive a chart with each subject, an estimated amount of work time, and tasks to do. It will include videos, reading, writing, learning through apps, drawing, and reflection. The hope is to do this work as independently as possible. Talk to your child’s teacher if this is not the case!