Professor's leadership styles, engagement and academic satisfaction of the student during online classes
Tacca Huamán, Daniel Rubén
Cuarez Cordero, Renzo
Franco Canaval, David Guillermo
Córdova Berona, Heli Alejandro
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The main objective of the research was to know the relationship between the leadership styles of the university professor, the engagement, and the academic satisfaction of university students during the context of virtual education. The research was, quantitative, correlational, and cross-sectional; the sample consisted of 229 university students from Lima, Peru. The transformational leadership style obtains a positive, significant, and high relationship with academic engagement (r=.51) and a moderate relationship with academic satisfaction (r=.47); the laissez-faire style presents negative relationships with these two constructs. The results show that women are more engaged in their studies and are more satisfied with their professor; on the other hand, humanities students perceive more transformational leadership and satisfaction, while science students perceive more laissez-faire leadership in their professors.
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