Teacher Readiness in Using Google Classroom Application in Mathematics Subjects
Keywords:mathematics Education, Google Classroom, Readiness, Teachers Readiness
This study aimed to look at the readiness of teachers in the use of Google Classroom application in mathematics subjects. The use of the Google Classroom application which is an M-learning platform in teaching and learning was implemented intensively after our government introduced the Social Distancing Policy. The methodology of this study is quantitative and questionnaires are distributed to respondents in the form of Google Forms. A total of 99 primary and secondary school teachers were selected as study respondents. Study data were analyzed using SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Science) version 26. Statistical analysis used was descriptive statistics involving frequency, mean score and percentage, while inferential statistics involved t-test at a significance level of p <0.05. The results showed that gender factors did not affect the level of readiness of teachers from all aspects studied, namely knowledge, skills and attitudes. Overall, the aspect of teachers 'knowledge and skills towards the use of Google Classroom application is high, while from the aspect of teachers' attitude towards the use of Google Classroom application is moderate
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