Abstract: The proliferation of information and communication technology tools in the last years has led many teachers to review the way they teach and structure their learning environments. The growth of technological applications in teaching and the training of future teachers is not only gaining momentum; it is also becoming an important part of the current educational scene. The objectives of this study were to adapt and validate the Real and Ideal Intelligent Classroom Questionnaires (REQSC) and (IEQSC), and to determine if there were significant differences in the perception that future teachers had of the real and ideal environment of intelligent classrooms. A quantitative cutoff methodology was used, applying the factor analysis. The results indicated that both questionnaires showed a valid and reliable internal consistency and that the real and ideal perceptions of the use of technology as a learning tool and access to information make it clear that it is currently being used correctly, that they have adequate skills to carry out research of different topics.
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