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Factor analysis and internal consistency of pedagogical practices questionnaire among health care teachers

Show simple item record Pérez Villalobos, Cristhian Vaccarezza G., Giulietta Aguilar A., César Coloma N., Katherine Salgado F., Horacio Baquedano R., Marjorie Chavarría R, Carla Bastías V., Nancy 2016-10-24T21:46:45Z 2016-10-24T21:46:45Z 2016
dc.identifier.citation Revista médica de Chile, 2016, vol.144 no.6 es_CL
dc.identifier.uri es_CL
dc.description.abstract Teaching practice is one of the most complex topics of the training process in medicine and other health care careers. The Teaching Practices Questionnaire (TPQ) evaluates teaching skills. Aim: To assess the factor structure and internal consistency of the Spanish version of the TPP among health care teachers. Material and Methods: The TPQ was answered by 315 university teachers from 13 of the 15 administrative Chilean regions, who were selected through a non-probabilistic volunteer sampling. The internal consistency of TPP factors was calculated and the correlation between them was analyzed. Results: Six factors were identified: Student-centered teaching, Teaching planning, Assessment process, Dialogue relationship, Teacher-centered teaching and Use of technological resources. They had Cronbach alphas ranging from 0.60 to 0.85. Conclusions: The factorial structure of TPQ differentiates the most important functions of teaching. It also shows a theoretical consistency and a practical relevance to perform a diagnosis and continuous evaluation of teaching practices. Additionally, it has an adequate internal consistency. Thus, TPQ is valid and reliable to evaluate pedagogical practices in health care careers. es_CL
dc.language.iso en_US es_CL
dc.subject Educational Measurement es_CL
dc.subject Faculty, Medical es_CL
dc.subject Teaching es_CL
dc.subject Education, Medical es_CL
dc.title Factor analysis and internal consistency of pedagogical practices questionnaire among health care teachers es_CL
dc.type Artículo es_CL

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