Diagnostic instrument of the level of competencies in Cloud Computing for teachers in Education 4.0
Tenorio Sepúlveda, Gloria Concepción
Muñoz Ortiz, Katherine del Pilar
Nova Nova, Cristóbal Andrés
Ramírez Montoya, María Soledad
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Universities face a paradigmatic educational challenge, driven by Industry 4.0 technologies such as Cloud Computing, producing the need to develop new teaching competencies. The question arises: How can we diagnose the level of Cloud Computing competencies that teachers have in the context of Education 4.0? To address this question, the objective was to design a valid and reliable instrument to measure these competencies. A literature review and expert collaboration were carried out. For validation, it was submitted to expert judgment and Kendall's W concordance coefficient was calculated; for reliability, a pilot test was carried out with teachers of the Computer Systems Engineering career and the KR20 (Kuder-Richardson) was used. The result was an instrument with 23 items capable of measuring seven competencies identified by the collaborative network Industry 4.0 Node. This instrument contributes as a guideline for educational institutions, bridging the gap between technological progress and formal education.