An exploratory study on students' academic engagement activities

au.identifier.bibno 0021-0655 [Full Text]( Nucharee Supatn
dc.contributor.other Assumption University. Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics 2015-07-03T07:56:31Z 2015-07-03T07:56:31Z 2005
dc.description In English ; only abstract in English.
dc.description.abstract Since student engagement in academic activities is generally considered a qualified predictor of learning and personal development, this exploratory research study was conducted to find a tool to objectively measure students' academic engagement activities. The main constructs of the tool named the "Student academic report questionnaire, " were firstly replicated frqm the well-known "National Survey of Student Engagement " (NSSE) developed by Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research and Planning, but the details were modified to be congruent with the Thai educational and environmental context. The validity, reliability, and credibility of the tool were examined with the data gathered from two-wave pilot surveys. Factor analysis and reliability analyses were performed, and the results showed high construct validity and internal consistency with an alpha-coefficient of 0.8342- 0.9118. A questionnaire was primarily used to collect data. The initial sets of data on students' academic engagement activities were gathered and analyzed.
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dc.identifier.citation AU Journal of Management 3, 2 (June-December 2005), 6-19
dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Assumption University
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dc.subject AU Journal of Management
dc.subject AU Journal of Management -- 2005
dc.subject.other Assumption University -- Periodicals
dc.subject.other Student activities
dc.subject.other Academic achievement
dc.title An exploratory study on students' academic engagement activities en_US
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