Effect of Tutorial on Students’ Communication Skill in Google Classroom in University of Port Harcourt

Sandra Eberechukwu Augustine 1 * , Lois Nkechi Abraham 1

Mediterranean Journal of Social & Behavioral Research, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 51-57


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This study established students’ communication skills level in Google classroom in the Faculty of Education, University of Port Harcourt. The study used one group pretest-post-test pre-experimental research design and a sample size of 70 students from the Department of Educational Management, selected via purposive sampling technique. Two (2) research hypotheses guided the study. Google Classroom Communication Skills Test (GCCST), with a reliability coefficient of 0.87, was the instrument for data collection. Sign test and Quade’s Analysis of Covariance were for analyzing data. The results showed that the students’ communication skill level in Google classroom increased and significantly higher due to the tutorial on Google classroom utilization. However, the students’ communication skills level in Google classroom did not significantly differ based on gender. The results led to the recommendation that instructors expose students to the basic skills required to use and communicate effectively in every online learning platform before adopting such for instructional purposes.



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