Development and Validation of a Questionnaire on Motivation for Cooperative Playful Learning Strategies
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Author/sManzano-León, Ana; Camacho-Lazarraga, Pablo; Guerrero-Puerta, Miguel A.; Guerrero-Puerta, Laura; Alias, Antonio; [et al.]
Playful learning strategies, such as educational gamification, game-based learning, and escape rooms are increasingly being incorporated into the university education system. In this study, it aims to develop and validate an instrument to analyze motivation regarding the use of playful learning strategies in university students. A total of 450 university students aged between 18 and 55 (Mean = 22.72; Standard Deviation = 5.01) were part of the sample, with whom playful strategies were implemented during the 2019/2020 school year. The results obtained in the confirmatory factor analysis indicate that the questionnaire on motivation for playful learning strategies has adequate psychometric properties to assess the motivation and perception of student learning in the implementation of ludic strategies in the classroom in the Spanish university context.