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In this study, the Student Engagement Measure (SES), a multidimensional scale developed by
Gunuc and Kuzu (2014), was used to assess student engagement. According to Gunuc and Kuzu
(2014), student engagement can be divided into two main components: campus engagement and
class engagement, each of which has six dimensions: Valuing, Sense of Belonging, Cognitive
Engagement, Peer Relationships (Emotional Engagement-I), Faculty Relations (Emotional
Engagement-II), and Behavioral Engagement. Gunuc and Kuzu (2014) found that students'
feelings of belonging were examined in two main components: campus engagement and class
engagement. The Organization of Student Engagement Participation on Campus In higher
education, student involvement varies from student engagement at other levels of education,
especially when it comes to the campus environment and social life. The campus and campus
activities have been shown to have indirect effects on students, especially in higher education,
and this is supported by research (Gunuc, 2013).

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In this study, the Student Engagement Measure (SES), a multidimensional scale developed by Gunuc and Kuzu (2014), was used to assess student engagement. According to Gunuc and Kuzu (2014), student engagement can be divided into two main components: campus engagement and class engagement, each of which has six dimensions: Valuing, Sense of Belonging, Cognitive Engagement, Peer Relationships (Emotional Engagement-I), Faculty Relations (Emotional Engagement-II), and Behavioral Engagement. Gunuc and Kuzu (2014) found that students' feelings of belonging were examined in two main components: campus engagement and class engagement. The Organization of Student Engagement Participation on Campus In higher education, student involvement varies from student engagement at other levels of education, especially when it comes to the campus environment and social life. The campus and campus activities have been shown to have indirect effects on students, especially in higher education, and this is supported by research (Gunuc, 2013). Name: Description: ...
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