Effect of Students Engagement and Moderating Effect of Class & Web-based Tools on Students Performance
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This study aims to bring out the engagement level of university students during this pandemic. The research is to study the levels of engagement such as affective, behavioural, and cognitive engagement on the dependent variable of students' performances. As in this pandemic, most classes are online, and students need different classes and web-based tools to interact in the classroom. The biggest challenge to the educational sector is the transformation, and by 2030 there could be a change in the educational sector. For this purpose, the primary data are collected from 979 students of the Kingdom of Bahrain. PLS-SEM was utilised to analyse the measurement and structural models through SmartPLS 3.3.2 software to prove the construct's hypothesis. Therefore, the study utilised the combinative PLS method that fulfils the characteristics of the model. The study results show that affective engagement, behavioural engagement, and cognitive engagement positively affect the students' performance. The moderating effect of class & web-based tools between behavioural engagements and student performance negatively reflects the SEM Model. The education sector is at the centre of revolution from the traditional learning system to more technological-based learning.