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Abstract: The current study's main aim was to monitor science teachers' perceptions for grades five to eight about the effectiveness of the Google Classroom application in equipping students with self-learning and problem-solving skills. The sample of this study consisted of (104) male-teacher and (293) female teachers from eight educational governorates in the Sultanate of Oman. To achieve the objectives of this study, the study used the descriptive methodology by developing a questionnaire. This questionnaire was established based on educational literature and previous studies. It was divided into two domains: self-learning and problem-solving skills, including (23) items. The reliability and the validity of the questionnaire were verified. The result revealed the effectiveness of the Google classroom platform in equipping students with self-learning and problem-solving skills according to the science teachers' perceptions with a high arithmetic average for the questionnaire. The study recommended the necessity of integrating e-learning into education to enhance collaborative and collective work and employing the Google classroom platform application in science education and other academic courses.
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