Oscar Luis Ochoa, Belia Chaidez, Gonzalo Arreola
Abstract: The objective of this work was to build an instrument to measure teacher learning as a product of the performance evaluation process (IEAD). The study was considered instrumental and its structure was made up of 43 items measurable through a Likert scale, distributed as follows: 17 items in dimension 1, ?class organization?; 16 items in dimension 2, "class management" and; 10 items in dimension 3, "evaluation?. For data collection, an intentional sample of 108 academic figures who participated in the application of the IEAD was used. In the measurement of its psychometric properties, the reliability statistic of Cronbach's alpha yielded a value of 0.98 and, in the construct validity carried out through the ?total domain? correlation test, Spearman's Rho coefficient values were obtained that ranged between 0. 91 and 0.98; the validity of these results were confirmed by the multiple linear regression test and among them, the confirmation of the absence of collinearity between the dimensions of the IEAD through the result of the Variance Inflation Factor (VIF) and Durbin Watson (D) statistics stands out. Finally, the numerical description of the level of learning shown by the 108 teachers evaluated according to the Likert scale, reflected that the IEAD objectively measures the construct for which it was designed.
Keywords: Instrument for measurement, learning, teacher evaluation