Validation of Learning Engagement Questionnaires: A Pilot Testing Study in Private Colleges and Universities in Xi'an, China
Keywords:learning engagement, pilot testing, pragmatic education, private universities, realibility and validity
This research study is designed to validate a set of questionnaires measuring learning engagement among students in private colleges and universities in Xi'an, China. Learning engagement is a critical factor influencing academic performance, and the reliability and validity of assessment tools are essential for meaningful research and effective educational interventions. Through a pilot testing approach, this study seeks to assess the psychometric properties of the questionnaires and ensure their suitability for future research in this context. The findings will provide valuable insights into the validity and reliability of these assessment tools in the specific setting of private higher education in Xi'an.
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