BICHRONOUS



“As online learning becomes a more common model for higher education courses, institutions and instructors should investigate the benefits of including both synchronous and asynchronous elements in online learning to maximize the benefits of both these environments.” 
Martin, Polly, Ritzhaupt 2020. From: definition of Online education, pedagogical approaches, DigitelPro University Oberta Catalunya (UOC). Erasmus+ Program DigitelPro.

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Image [click to expand]: example of a ‘bichronous’ learning journey: a thoughtful integration of asychronous and synchronous. ‘Bichronous learning wave’ created by Breimer during the Erasmus+ programme DigtelPro, model based on TU Delft / WP Dijkstra. Drawing olive tree by Afternoonstories and screenshot airview from the documentary ‘The Territory’/National Geographic.

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