Comparison of quality supervision indicators in remote training




Training, Quality of Education, Educational Supervision, Non-face-to-face Teaching, Virtual Learning Environments


This research analyzes the comparison of quality supervision indicators in non-face-to-face training due to the scenario of virtual teaching caused by COVID-19, through the EduTOOL@ and SulodiTOOL® instruments. It arises as a research line of the Chair of Education and Emerging Technologies, Gamification and Artificial Intelligence of the Pablo de Olavide University (Seville). This comparison reveals that there are dimensions, subfactors and indicators that are common to both tools, with a weighting difference of 30% higher in the first instrument, and vice versa, that is, indicators that are not common to both, with a weighting of 30% higher in the second instrument. In this line, the research performs a graphic analysis of areas of importance of the dimensions and indicators of both tools, created by the weightings of said indicators.


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How to Cite

Falla-Falcón, N., López-Meneses, E., Ramírez-Fernández, M. B., & Crespo-Ramos, S. (2023). Comparison of quality supervision indicators in remote training. IJERI: International Journal of Educational Research and Innovation, (20), 1–12.