A Hybrid E-Learning Model Incorporating Some of the Principal Learning Theories
In the context of e-learning many learning theories used in the physical classroom situation, including learning in a community adaptive, collaborative, scaffolding, and scenario learning, have been adopted and validated. Based on these learning theories, an electronic platform and set of procedures for applying a hybrid e-learning model to an internationally accredited training course in industry was explored, developed, and evaluated for this study. This hybrid e-learning system provided electronic, illustration, group learning, comprehension, and workshop learning units and complied with the training objectives of the designated course. The validation of this model was positive and the results indicated that the proposed hybrid e-learning course could be further improved by taking into consideration individual learners' attributes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2011-03-01
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