Dimo, et al

Utilizing TAM Framework in Students’ Behavioral Intention and Use Towards Google Classroom for Physical Education

Sherina Dimo, West Visayas State University–Lambunao
Harly Israel Bandojo, Northern Iloilo State University
Kristia Estilo, West Visayas State University–Janiuay
Joeven Abalayan, Northern Iloilo State University–Lemery
Michael Achas, Northern Iloilo State University
Joseph Lobo, Bulacan State University



The present study intends to investigate the determinants influencing students’ behavioral intention and use of Google Classroom as an instrument for enhancing the learning experience in the domain of physical education. This investigation employed the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) as a conceptual framework. The results revealed that perceived ease of use positively predicts perceived usefulness of the learning management system (LMS). Moreover, perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness positively influences behavioral intention and actual use. Lastly, behavioral intention to use leverages actual use of the educational platform. The results indicate that Google Classroom is a viable and efficient technology for facilitating online learning.

Keywords: educational technology, higher education, partial least square-structural equation modeling, physical education, Technology Acceptance Model

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