This study intends to develop two questionnaires to investigate the use of
computer technology and the need of the computer function of preschool teachers.
The first stage of this study is to construct the factor structure with the analysis of
exploratory factor based on 194 effective participants. The second stage is to examine
whether the factor's structure of two questionnaires fit properly with the empirical
examined data through the implementation of the analysis of confirmatory factor with
499 qualified samples. The reliability and validity of the two questionnaires were
tested. The results show that two factors, students’ interactive uses and teacher’s
individual uses in their school work, were extracted on the questionnaire of teacher’s
use of computer technology. Two factors were extracted, the need of basic functions
of computer technology and the need of advanced computer function, on the
questionnaire of teacher’s computer need. Both questionnaires show proper internal
reliability and sufficient construct validity. The result of confirmatory factor analysis
indicated that the model of factor structure fits the empirical examined data very well.
The examinations of the convergent, discriminate validity, and the cross validity on
both questionnaires also reach the acceptable standard. Both questionnaires were
recommended to be the tools in investigating preschool teachers’ actual use and need
of computer technology.