The Effect of Individual Guidance Through Google Classroom Towards Learning Outcomes of Science Lessons


  • Jarmanto Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Hilal Madjdi Universitas Muria Kudus, 59327 Central Java, INDONESIA
  • Gunawan Setiadi University of Lincoln, AUSTRALIA



Google classroom, individual guidance, learning outcomes


Individual guidance is a supervisor's assistance to a mentee (individual) to achieve the goal of personal development and the task of achieving a person's ability to socialize and adapt well to the environment. This is an educational method can utilize information technology as a means to acquire, process, store and disseminate information. This research aims to know the effect of individual guidance on improving learning outcomes in science lesson content for fifth-grade students. Google Classroom is a mixed learning platform for the educational scope that can make it easier for teachers to create, share and classify each assignment paperless. The learning outcomes are a real result achieved by students to master physical and spiritual skills at school which is manifested in the form of report cards every semester. This study uses quantitative research methods with the type of research used is quasi-experimental research. The research design used a non-equivalent control group design. The sample in this study there is two elementary schools, namely class V Public Elementary School No. 1 Dukutalit as the Experiment class while for the control class, namely Class V Public Elementary School No. 3 Bakaran Wetan. Experimental group 1 was given learning using individual guidance through Google Classroom while the control group was given treatment with learning without individual guidance through Google Classroom. The research instrument used tests for learning. Data analysis techniques used in this study are data description, normality test, homogeneity test, and hypothesis testing using t-test and N-Gain. From the research in the experimental class, the average learning outcome was 79.95, while the average learning outcome for the control class was 68.30. So that the average difference is 11.65. The results show the individual guidance learning through Google Classroom will make it easier for teachers to develop students' potential during learning activities.


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How to Cite

Jarmanto, Madjdi, H., & Setiadi, G. (2022). The Effect of Individual Guidance Through Google Classroom Towards Learning Outcomes of Science Lessons . ICCCM Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1, 13–19.