Avaliação motora em escolares sob parâmetros da CIFCJ : construção de medida e evidências de validade
Alves, Cristiane Paiva
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The ICF-CY has components such as body functions and structures, activities and participation and environmental factors that facilitate a holistic look at the individual's health. Research on measures that operationalize still scarce, having been identified in national and international literature review just such a study. This research aims to contribute towards the area, and their goal was to develop a measurement tool based on the components of the ICF-CY to evaluate the motor performance of children 7 years old.. The theoretical construction of the instrument and its validity evidence were conducted through five stages, namely: the motors mapping exams with the ICF-CY, qualitative evaluation of the Instrument for Motor Evaluation in School - IAM (E), the creation of items, the semantic analysis of the items and construct validity. The tests selected were mapped to the domains of the ICF-CY and their relevance evaluated by six judges; domains that showed concordance index lower than 80% were excluded, and of 39 domains 29 remained. To operationalize the construct was held from the use of the Roadmaps Activities Analysis of the proposed items that contemplate. The construction of the items included the description of evidence and qualifying criteria. Then, we performed a semantic analysis of the instrument; this phase involved the participation of 5 children of 6 years, the lower strata of the population involved items without difficulty. The construct validity was performed by 12 judges and the criteria of relevance of the item to the mark in question were assigned from an agreement of at least 80%, on the representativity of the item in a specific factor. No items were excluded in this phase. Were selected, even, the areas that compose the questionnaires regarding the components structures and body functions and environmental factors. Thus, IAM (E) consists of a questionnaire and a scale with tests motor, comprising all components of the ICF-CY. Despite the lack of studies that guide him a methodology for classification and operationalization of its complexity, the construction of the instrument based on the ICF-CY, complied with the proposed objective. Thus, it was concluded that the theoretical phase of the construction of IAM (E) and proposes to continue the validation study for the use of the instrument can be detected and motor deficits prevent the development of disabilities.