A Critical Discussion of Vygotsky and Bruner’s Theory and Their Contribution to Understanding of the Way Students Learn

Jiayu Zhou (University of York)

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Vygotsky  and  Bruner’s theory , as a significant guidance in the field of education, make a influence for many students and teachers. This easy use the ways of description and discussion to explore the implication from Vygotsky and Bruner’s theory on teaching and learning. 


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Vygotsky’s Theory; Bruner’s Theory; Students learn

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/ret.v3i4.2444

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