Critical Review of the Blended Learning Models Based on Maslow's and Vygotsky's Educational Theory

@inproceedings{Chew2008CriticalRO,
  title={Critical Review of the Blended Learning Models Based on Maslow's and Vygotsky's Educational Theory},
  author={Esyin Chew and Norah Jones and D. Turner},
  booktitle={ICHL},
  year={2008}
}
Blended learning involves the combination of two fields of concern: education and educational technology. To gain the scholarly recognition from educationists, it is necessary to revisit its models and educational theory underpinned. This paper respond to this issue by reviewing models related to blended learning based on two prominent educational theorists, Maslow's and Vygotsky's view. Four models were chosen due to their holistic ideas or vast citations related to blended learning: (1) E… Expand
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