KARAKTERISTIKE PLATFORME GOOGLE UČIONICA U KOMBINOVANOJ NASTAVI HEMIJE: PERSPEKTIVА UČENIKA

  • Stanislava Olić Ninković Prirodno-matematički fakultet Univerziteta u Novom Sadu
Ključne reči: onlajn učenje, nastava hemije, Google učionica, kombinovana nastava, Covid-19

Apstrakt

Rezultati ranijih istraživanja pokazali su da je platforma Google učionica okarakterisana kao korisna i laka za upotrebu. Za uspešnu primenu ove platforme individualne percepcije učenika i nastavnika treba da budu pozitivne. U cilju ispitivanja mišljenja učenika o karakteristikama onlajn platforme Google učionica za učenje hemije tokom kombinovanog modela osnovnoškolske nastave hemije, ispitano je 76 učenika, sedmog i osmog razreda. U prikupljanju podataka primenjena je adaptirana skala – Procena zadovoljstva učenika platformom Google učionica. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju da učenici misle da Google učionica promoviše vremensku i prostornu nezavisnost u organizaciji učenja, laku komunikaciju sa nastavnicima i drugim učenicima iz odeljenja. Google učionica omogućava lak pristup nastavnom materijalu i dopunskim nastavnim resursima. Nije bilo značajnih polnih razlika u percepciji Google učionice. S druge strane, nađene su značajne razlike između učenika sedmog i osmog razreda, u korist mlađih učenika. Učenici obuhvaćeni istraživanjem imaju generalno pozitivno mišljenje o primeni Google učionice u nastavi hemije tokom kombinovanog modela učenja.

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