The objective of this work is to know both the motivations and the values that move teachers to train and use ICT in educational centers with long experience and Good Practices with ICT. A quantitative research is proposed with a descriptive method and a survey design, whose instrument of data collection is a questionnaire to the teachers. After a non-probabilistic and intentional sample, a final sample of 136 teachers from 18 educational centers is reached. Among the results, it highlights a more elevated intrinsic than extrinsic motivation and high values of trust, creativity and sharing. Likewise, there are significant differences in motivations and values in the formation and use of ICTs based on a series of variables related to ICT integration plans and programs, as well as the involvement of teachers at different levels. In this way, the relevance of both ICT policies and awareness of their importance among teachers is evident.