ICT and disabilities. Construction of a diagnostic instrument in Spain

José Maria Fernandez Batanero, Doutor Pedro Tadeu, Julio Cabero


This work presents the process of validation of a questionnaire that aims to determine the level of training and knowledge of teachers in the Spanish primary education, with respect to the application of the Information Technology and Communication (ICT) for people with disabilities. The structure of the instrument includes 6 dimensions: general, visual, hearing, motor, cognitive, and accessibility. The procedure considered the content validation, validation of construct through factor analysis and determination of reliability through Cronbach Alpha. The "expert judgement" technique, was used for the validation of content by applying a process of selection of experts at our educational research, the so-called expert coefficient or "K coefficient". The developed process made it possible to give scientific validity to the intended instrument.


ICT; Disability; questionnaire; expert-coefficient; teacher-training competency

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