COMBINATION OF MOODLE AND ZOOM SOFTWARE IN TEACHING GEOGRAPHY ONLINE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Online teaching, combination, Moodle and Zoom software, Geography, High school
Online teaching is a form of teaching based on information and communication technology, in which teachers and students are not in the same place, not even at the same time. However, using only one software for teaching will lead to difficulties because of their inherent disadvantages. The authors have used traditional and modern research methods to analyze the advantages and limitations of the online teaching softwares: Moodle and Zoom. From there, they develop a combined process in teaching Geography, and develop a number of plans for teaching Geography in high school. Through practical testing, it shows that the effectiveness of this combined form of teaching is higher than the use of individual software in teaching. These research contents can be developed and applied to many other subjects.
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