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The study examines differences between preservice and inservice teachers’ knowledge of, perceived skills in, and attitudes toward educational measurement. The participants were preservice and inservice teachers teaching grades 5 to 10 in Oman. Results showed that inservice teachers demonstrated a lower level of knowledge, a higher level of perceived skilfulness, and a more favourable attitude toward educational measurement than preservice teachers.
Updated: Nov. 27, 2012