Engaging Creative Arts Learners through Google Classroom Instruction (GCI)

Michael Olubunmi Odewumi
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Abstract


The new ages in educational scheme are finding their feet to technology at a speedy pace and it, in turn, assisting both the learners and the instructors on the perceived use of technology in instruction within the scope of the classroom.  Among these technologies of instruction is the Google classroom.  Google classroom is therefore explained as an online instructional skillfulness of instruction within the closet that permits participants to exchange a few words with one another, view videos, relates within the groups.  However, despite its worth, value and significance to instructional delivery by the instructors have not been considerably recognized.  Therefore the  objectives of this study were: to identify  the performance score of learners taught via Google Classroom,  to examined the achievements of female and male learners taught using Google Classroom and also, to looked at the efficacy of Google classroom on the learners’ development of creativity of arts in the Nigeria Junior Secondary School context.  The experimental designed type of the pre-test and posttest is used to carried out the study.  The study involved 61 learners and they were further stratified along gender. The Google Classroom courseware and validated test along the marking guide were presented as the study instruments.  Two hypotheses were tested at 0.05 significant.   The study concluded that Google Classroom enhances and promotes the learning of creative arts and that the instructor should learn how to produce the courseware, utilizes the courseware for instructional delivery to benefit the learners in creative arts instruction in  Nigeria.

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Odewumi, M. O. (2020). Engaging creative arts learners through Google classroom Instruction (GCI). Journal of Research in Education, Science and Technology, 5(1), 17-25.


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