Students’ Understanding of Google Meet Classroom: Exploring Its Link with Teachers Mediation
ROME B. MORALISTA, Ph.D1, ROGER B. RUEDA, Ph.D2, ERLY M. MARTIR, Ph.D3
TOMMY M. ARTAJO, Ph.D4, RONILO G. BERONDO, Ed.D5, HELEN R. VILBAR, Ph.D6
Guimaras State University
Google Meet is mostly useful in today’s educational system. To gain a better understanding of how Google Meet is used in the classroom, this study used a descriptive survey-research method. Its key objectives were to assess faculty competency in using the digital classroom in terms of teachers’ competency, internet connectivity, and accessibility, as well as to examine the link between instructors’ competency, internet connectivity, and accessibility. The questionnaire was divided into three sections, and the results of the tests administered to the participants were collated and analyzed using SPSS. Results revealed that the majority of pupils rated their professors’ competency as very high. It was highly connected in terms of internet connectivity, and high accessible in terms of online accessibility. In terms of mean, the highest mean was for teacher competency (M=4.18), followed by internet connectivity (M=4.13) and internet accessibility (M=4.14) (4.01). connectivity (M=4.13), and access to the internet (4.01). The faculty members believe that having access enables them to effectively share knowledge with students over the internet when using Google Meet in the teaching-learning process.
Keywords: Google Meet, Students’ Understanding, Teachers Mediation