Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Students' Learning Interests During the Covid-19 Pandemic Period of Google Meet Application Implementation
Rosalind J.S. Vincent , Bavani a/p Arumugam Seiyalu , Mursyid Rosdi , Sofia Elias4 , Tan Chi Hau5 , Siti Mastura Baharudin , Firkhan Ali Hamid Ali , Syamsul Azizul Marinsah
This research explores the impact of the Google Meet application on learners' motivation to participate in the institution using two parallel classrooms: one for experimental treatments and the other as a control class. Both courses are identical in every way except for the use of Google Meet. The experimental class studied via the Google Meet program and differed dramatically from the control class, which was taught straight from the internet (face to face). There is an average gap of 101.79 between the experimental class's 100 and 92 interest scores, which is the widest and the narrowest. For the control group, the highest score was 95 (88.65) and the lowest score was 70. According to these findings, using Google Meet as a learning tool has a significant influence on students' motivation to study. Since it is so simple to set up, it may be used whenever and wherever a student needs it to be
Google Meet; Covid-19 pandemic; learning interest; application; basic science
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