The research of implementing the computer-supported collaborative learning environment with Google Slides
Keywords:Google Slides, CSCL, Collaborative Learning
The purpose of his study is to use Google Slides in the collaborative editing software to explore whether it is helpful to implement collaborative learning in teaching college students. This study applied a quantitative research method; 200 undergraduate students who are Chinese majors at Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 will randomly select as participants. After developing the CSCL environment, in which classroom experiments were conducted, the scale was developed to investigate and use SPSS to analyze various possible influences on learning motivation. In addition to collecting and analyzing quantitative data, research, and discussion were carried out by observing the reactions and performance of students in class. Through literature research, investigate various independent variables that may affect learning motivation. This research analyzed with non-numerical statistical methods to explore learning achievement, learning anxiety, and learning attitude, and discuss whether independent variables such as self-efficacy will have an impact on learning motivation to evaluate the feasibility of Google Presentation as computer-assisted collaborative learning. The findings from the quantitative analysis show that students are highly motivated to use Google Slides to implement computer-assisted collaborative learning and are not affected by learning achievement, learning anxiety, learning attitude, and self-efficacy in discussions.
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