Bernice Oluwalanu Sanusi (PhD), Oluwafemi Emmanuel Aladenika


The purpose of this study is to explore the transformative role of Google Classroom in facilitating distance learning. It examines how this digital platform serves as a conduit for educational broadcasting, bridging the gap between educators and learners by providing an integrated virtual environment for instruction, collaboration, and assessment. This study employs the use of quantitative questionnaire in examining the awareness level of the respondents on Goggle Classroom, the availability and adequacies of infrastructures to enable the use of Goggle Classroom. It further accessed the challenges and recommendations the respondents provided.  This study addresses these issues by investigating how Google Classroom addresses the limitations of conventional distance learning methods, offering a solution that promotes engagement, collaboration, and efficient management of educational content. The significance of this work lies in its potential to revolutionize distance learning practices. By examining the utilization of Google Classroom, educators, policymakers, and institutions gain insights into harnessing technology for enhanced educational broadcasting. The platform's ability to streamline communication, assignments, and resource sharing fosters a dynamic learning environment that transcends geographical barriers. This study contributes to shaping effective pedagogical strategies and technological interventions, ultimately redefining the landscape of modern education through the lens of educational broadcasting and digital collaboration


Education, Broadcasting Activity, Google Classroom, Distance Learning.

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