Asynchronous means you and your Instructor exchange videos and messages with each other that are real, confidential, goal-oriented, and personal - but not ‘live’.

There are many advantages to asynchronous learning. The main one is that you don’t have to share your responses to tasks until you feel ready! This may be because the only time you are free to work on your singing is between 9:48 and 11pm after the kids have gone to bed, or an hour before rehearsals on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This method also allows your Lead Instructor to carefully consider what you’ve sent before they respond. Asynchronous = thoughtful.
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