• Vol_3_No_1_2018

Title : The Effects of Student Engagement on Selected Desirable Outcome through Mediating of Satisfaction

Keyword : Satisfaction, student engagement, higher education 

Authors : U Zaw Myo Htun

Publication Date : 2018-12-01

Description : This study examines the relationships between student engagement in a university and selected desirable outcomes of undergraduate education. Student engagement is a domain of constructs that measures both the time and energy students devote to educationally purposeful activities and how students perceive different facets of the institutional environment that facilitate and support their learning. The desirable outcomes represent a portion of what is meant by acquiring intellectual skills that are important for future academic achievement and success in the professional world. Structural equation modeling (SEM) was employed to model the complex relationships between the students’ personal characteristics, engagement behaviors and perceptions, and the outcome variables. The results show that student engagement is significantly positive effects on desirable outcome and student satisfaction is a mediator between student engagement and desirable outcome.  

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