Student Expectations of Classroom Teaching Practices in Developing and Presenting Course Information in Hong Kong


  • Jimmy Chang
  • Ka-fai Choi
  • Karen Ka-Leung Moon
  • Priscilla Chan
  • Lai-kuen Chan


This paper reports Hong Kong student expectations of their lecturers’ current classroom teaching practices as well as their ideal classroom teaching practices in developing and presenting course information in one of the universities of Hong Kong. 622 usable questionnaires were analyzed through Principal Component extraction method and Varimax rotation method. Three common factors were identified as Information Technology Factor, Student Work Factor, and Traditional Teaching Factor for both current and ideal teaching practices in Hong Kong. These three teaching dimensions were to be used in examining Hong Kong Students’ perception and expectation on classroom teaching methods.