Journal of Educational Sciences > Volume 29, No. 1, 2017
Degree of Use of Google Tools and Apps by Mathematics Teachers and the most important Factors Affecting the Implementation in Educational Process in Riyadh / Abdullah Alaugab
The purpose of this study was to investigate the degree to which mathematics teachers ware using google tools and apps in
the teaching process and the most important factors that prevent adopting of these applications. A descriptive survey was distributed to a
sample of 172 Mathematics Teachers in high schools. Results showed a moderate degree and average of utilization google tools and apps in
their mathematics courses. The results also indicated that there was significant statistical difference in the mathematics’ teacher’s usage of
google tools and apps in education attributed to the years of experience in favor of less experience, and attributed to the training programs in
favor of more training programs, also attributed to the place of the work in favor of Privet schools. Even though this study found that, there
were a number of obstacles, which prevent them from using and adopting google tools and apps in the teaching process.
Keywords: Interactive, e-design, Collaborative course, Adoption, Obstacles.