Consuelo Manosalba-Torres e-mail(Inicie sesión) , Beatriz Arancibia-Gutiérrez e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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Consuelo Manosalba-Torres e-mail(Inicie sesión)
Beatriz Arancibia-Gutiérrez e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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El presente trabajo tiene por objetivo dar a conocer el diseño y validación del Cuestionario Socio- Familiar de los Dominios de Alfabetización Emergente (CSDAE), que evalúa el contexto socio-familiar alfabetizador de niños/as chilenos/as en edades tempranas. El estudio contó con una muestra de 213 familias de los niveles socio-económicos bajo, bajo-medio y medio. Los resultados muestran una fiabilidad según alfa de Cronbach de ,90 y un coeficiente de omega ,94. La primera versión del cuestionario agrupó los ítems en cinco factores que explicaron un ajuste satisfactorio. El instrumento es un aporte para la investigación relacionada con la evaluación del ambiente socio-familiar alfabetizador.

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Contexto Sociofamiliar, Alfabetizacion Emergente, Educación preescolar, Lectura y escritura

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