Mario Esaul Bermonti-Pérez Giselle Cordero-Arroyo Christian E. De León-Casillas Vicmarie Vargas Álvarez


El propósito de nuestra revisión fue examinar los componentes metodológicos y estadísticos de estudios sobre los efectos de intervenciones basadas en la tecnología sobre las destrezas de lectura. Realizamos una revisión sistematizada y analizamos 21 estudios para examinar estos componentes. Nuestros resultados sugieren que los estudios que abordan la eficacia de las intervenciones de lectura basadas en la tecnología emplean técnicas metodológicas y estadísticas moderadamente rigurosas, pese a que hay necesidad de mejoras. Futuros estudios deben implementar asignación aleatoria de participantes, balancear el orden de los procedimientos de medición e incorporar métodos estadísticos que estimen el tamaño del efecto de forma no sesgada y la incertidumbre de los hallazgos. La tecnología es flexible, poderosa y altamente atractiva para los niños, lo que la convierte en una vía ideal para explorar su integración en las estrategias de intervención convencionales.




Intervenciones computarizadas, revisión de literatura, lectura, intervenciones basadas en tecnología

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Componentes metodológicos y estadísticos de estudios sobre intervenciones tecnológicas para mejorar la lectura: Revisión de literatura sistematizada. (2024). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 35(1), 108-122.
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Componentes metodológicos y estadísticos de estudios sobre intervenciones tecnológicas para mejorar la lectura: Revisión de literatura sistematizada. (2024). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 35(1), 108-122.