Implementation of Chatbot in Online Classes using Google Classroom
Keywords:Google Classroom, Chatbot, Java programming language, object-oriented programming, organising exercise items
Chatbot can be utilized as an interactive learning media for students. It can be implemented using modular system by dividing the courses into several modular based on the course contents. The proposed program contributes positively to the integration of object-oriented programming into Google classroom by broadening the service without being limited by space, time and number of students, and also helps in increasing students’ interest in learning. The proposed model was meant to establish interactive conversation to understand the concept of Oracle Academy Java Foundation material based on students’ level of understanding when organizing exercise items. The program was applied in three different classes and found to have increased the final exam results with an average difference of 0.60 points from the scale of maximum 10 points from the conventional learning group. The value of post-test was also observed to have increased by 0.39 points from the given pre-test. In general, implementation of chatbot could improve the quality of learning.
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