The effect of using “Google classroom” on the achievement of computer department students in “image processing” subject, and their attitudes toward E-learning
Abstract: The research aims to identify the effect of using “google classroom” on the achievement of computer department students in “image processing” subject, and their attitudes toward E-learning. To achieve its objectives, the following hypotheses are formulated:
- There is no statistically significant difference at the significant level 0.05 between the average achievement scores of students studying by “google classroom” and students studying by the traditional method.
- There is no statistically significant difference at the significant level 0.05 between the average students’ scores of their attitudes toward electronic-learning studying by “google classroom” and students studying by the traditional method.
The research experiment has been applied in the academic year (2017-2018) over a full academic year of one day per weak, where the experimental group which was consisted of (47) students was taught by the “google classroom” method, while the control group which consisted of (48) students was taught by the traditional method. After preparing the requirements of the experiment and makes sure of the internal and external safety of it and building up two tools (achievement test and the direction scale towards the Electronic-Learning) and making sure of their cytometry properties. After finishing teaching the scientific material and applying the test, the data was treated statistically by (SPSS) application, which showed the positive effect of using “google classroom” method on the achievement of the experimental group and their attitudes towards the Electronic-Learning comparing with the traditional method. According to the above mentioned the researchers introduced same recommendations and suggestion.
Key words: Google classroom, achievement, image-processing subject, attitudes toward E-learning
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