Confirmation of Campus-Class-Technology Model in student engagement: A path analysis

  title={Confirmation of Campus-Class-Technology Model in student engagement: A path analysis},
  author={Selim G{\"u}n{\"u}ç and Abdullah Kuzu},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
Student engagement is considered to be important for learning, performance, retention, persistence, experience and achievement. In order to understand and explain student engagement, some theories and models have been developed. The Campus-Class-Technology (CCT) Theory is one of these theories. The theory tries to explain the relationships between student engagement and technology theoretically. The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of technology on student engagement and to… CONTINUE READING


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