DOI: 10.3390/su151612454 ISSN:

Research on the Influencing Factors of University Students’ Learning Ability Satisfaction under the Blended Learning Model

Xingyang Wang, Xiaohui Chen, Xinyi Wu, Jia Lu, Bin Xu, Hanxi Wang
  • Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law
  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Geography, Planning and Development
  • Building and Construction

At present, the learning ability satisfaction of university students under the blended learning mode is low, and this has an impact on the effect of teaching and students’ learning experiences. In order to effectively improve learning ability satisfaction, empirical research and a structural equation model were used to explore the influencing factors of university students’ learning ability satisfaction. This study identified the influencing factors of university students’ learning ability satisfaction under the blended learning model, and constructed a structural equation model of these factors based on their relationship with learning ability satisfaction. The model was verified and optimized to determine the weight of factors that affected university students’ learning ability satisfaction. The study showed that the external and internal factors with the greatest effect on university students’ learning ability satisfaction were resource support and learning self-efficacy, respectively. Internal influencing factors had a greater impact on the satisfaction of university students’ learning abilities than external factors. This study will expand the existing research perspective on learning ability satisfaction, provide important references for improving curriculum design and teaching effectiveness, and provide a theoretical basis for solving various practical questions caused by low learning ability satisfaction in teaching practice.

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