The Influence of Google Classroom in English Language Teaching

Widya Adhariyanty Rahayu, Lilis Widayanti


When the corona virus broke out in Indonesia, online learning drastically increased because the government advised the entire academic community to carry out the teaching and learning process from home. Various policies have been implemented so that the teaching and learning process continues to run effectively. One method of the teaching and learning process that is carried out is by utilizing the Google Classroom facility. In this study, using descriptive qualitative research methods on students’ responses to Google Classroom with three indicators, that is people, processes, and technology. The study was conducted on 44 students who took the English II course at the Institute Asia Malang in management study program. The results showed that the people indicator on average 59.088% of students answered agree and 40.912% disagreed. The processes indicator showed that on average 70.178% of students agree and 29.822% of students disagree. The technology indicator on average was 66.63% of students agreed and 33.37% of students disagreed. The three indicators showed that students have a sense of enthusiasm in using Google Classroom.


Online Learning; Google Classroom; English Teaching

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