Design and Validation of a Questionnaire In Order to Assess the Adaptation of Educational Practices to the Flipped Learning Model

María Teresa Sánchez-Compaña, Cristina Sánchez-Cruzado


This paper details the design and validation process of a questionnaire that allows teachers to assess themselves in how they apply the flipped learning model in their professional teaching practice. More specifically, the tool will assess the degree to which a given teacher’s practices are in keeping with general standards established for this teaching model. In the design phase, a previously existing questionnaire on the same topic was used, and a thorough review of its structure and items was conducted, taking as a reference the general standards established by international experts in the design and application of the model. The validation phase consisted of two procedures. First, 12 teachers and professors who use flipped learning lent their expert judgement, and their answers and suggestions were analysed and incorporated into the design of an initial pilot version of the questionnaire. The second phase consisted of validation and reliability testing through the analysis of the answers offered by the 76 teachers who responded to the questionnaire. After this process, the questionnaire can be regarded as scientifically valid and suitable for its purpose.

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flipped learning; ICT competences; teaching innovation; validation of questionnaires

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