Teachers' task demands, students' test expectations, and actual test content.

@article{Broekkamp2004TeachersTD,
  title={Teachers' task demands, students' test expectations, and actual test content.},
  author={H. Broekkamp and Bernadette H A M van Hout-Wolters and Huub van den Bergh and G. C. W. Rijlaarsdam},
  journal={The British journal of educational psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={74 Pt 2},
  pages={
          205-20
        }
}
BACKGROUND Previous studies on instructional importance show that individual students and their teachers differ in the topics that they consider important in the context of an upcoming teacher-made test. AIMS This study aimed to examine whether such differences between students' test expectations and teachers' intended task demands can be explained by the actual test content. SAMPLES Participants were history teachers (N=19) and their 11th-grade students (N=388). METHOD Teachers and… CONTINUE READING

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