Students’ evaluation of using Google Classroom in project-based learning in faculty of English, Hanoi National University of Education

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  • Giang Thi Kieu Nguyen Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam
  • Huong Thi Dinh Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam

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https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2019.41

How to Cite

Nguyen, G. T. K., & Dinh, H. T. (2019). Students’ evaluation of using Google Classroom in project-based learning in faculty of English, Hanoi National University of Education. Vietnam Journal of Education, 3(2), 40–44. https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2019.41

Abstract

Traditional classroom has so far been a common place for learning almost all school subjects and courses of different fields. In language teaching and learning within the 21st century context, the use of Google Classroom is not new, so is the research on the benefits and barriers of this virtual academic place. Being used as a supportive device for teaching and learning in several subjects over the past semesters, “Google Classroom” has become a familiar term among English majors in the Faculty of English, Hanoi National University of Education. This proposed study will explore the applications of this virtual academic environment in project-based learning, focusing on investigating students’ perspectives on its advantages and disadvantages, as well as their expectations and suggestions for an optimal use.

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Published

2019-09-30

How to Cite

Nguyen, G. T. K., & Dinh, H. T. (2019). Students’ evaluation of using Google Classroom in project-based learning in faculty of English, Hanoi National University of Education. Vietnam Journal of Education, 3(2), 40–44. https://doi.org/10.52296/vje.2019.41

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