Some might think that creating independent asynchronous learning activities for students with learning challenges is an impossible feat, but outstanding educators across the country are proving the skeptics wrong. Through initial student coaching, parent support, and proper preparation, educators are making it happen - and surpassing expectations. Educators have found strategies to keep students with IEPs on task and achieve IEP goals with minimal teacher intervention during scheduled asynchronous learning time. Asynchronous learning is a collaborative and interactive learning community not limited by a time and place because it does not live in real-time. Typically, students attend to their learning on their own, with shared resources from an instructor. A compilation of asynchronous strategies to engage children with disabilities and learning challenges are shared in Chapter 8. The methods communicated in this chapter are a collection of successful approaches by educators. Through trial and error, the dedicated educators working with students with IEPs share their asynchronous victories.