Dataset: Beliefs, Attitudes, and Competences of Primary Education Teachers towards Students with ADHD in State-funded private schools

Published: 28 July 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5d3g7wstwt.1
Ana-María Amo-Castro


This master's thesis states that teachers of publicly funded private schools in Córdoba, a city in southern Spain, have the knowledge, attitudes and minimum skills to deal educationally with behaviors associated with ADHD in the classroom. With a survey-based design, data were collected using the Mulholland ASKAT questionnaire (2016; Mulholland et al., 2023) in a small sample of 62 teachers working in seven publicly funded private schools. The results indicate that teachers' knowledge of ADHD is high, their attitudes are positive, and their perceived competences are slightly adequate.



Universidad de Cordoba


Education, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Teacher Knowledge, Private Sector