Pedagogy

_________ is a student generated list of words maintained by the student’s to remind them of words they need more work on?

A. World list

B. Spelling Notebook

C. Matching words

D. None of these

When the teacher displays picture for a second or two then asks students to describe as much as they can remember from what they saw he or she is trying to improve________

A. Visual Memory of the students

B. Memorization of the students

C. Oral Memory of the students

D. None of these

According to John Locke, a child’s mind does not contain any_____

A. Innate ideas

B. Memory

C. Observation

D. Imagination

The __________ says, we are motivated to gain rewards and avoid punishments.

A. Law of effect

B. Law of exercise

C. Law of readiness

D. Law of connectionism

According to the philosophy of Idealism in education, the subject matter of curriculum should be_________

A. Mathematics

B. Science

C. Physical world

D. Mind

According to the theory of forms (or theory of ideas) material world is a/an __________ of the real world

A. Shadow

B. Image

C. Part

D. Sign

The skill when students try to build abstract knowledge is called______

A. Originating

B. Characterizing

C. Evaluating

D. Synthesizing

The “Academy” was founded in________

A. Athens

B. Stagira

C. Macedonia

D. Chakis

According to Aristotle, virtue is a/an __________ state between excess and deficiency.

A. Natural

B. Intermediate

C. Real

D. Artificial

The process of selecting units from a population to estimate characteristics of the population is called______

A. Analyzing

B. Inference

C. Research

D. Sampling

An aspect of pragmatism is experiential learning, which says, education should come through______

A. Experience

B. Practice

C. Knowledge

D. Observations

The use of a physical punishment for class management is called_____

A. Extinction technique

B. Satiation technique

C. Time out technique

D. Corporal punishment

An assessment that is carried out through the course is called_____

A. Initial assessment

B. Diagnostic assessment

C. Formative assessment

D. Summative assessment

In John Dewey’s student-centered approach of learning, the role of the teacher is of a_____

A. Formal authority

B. Delegator

C. Instructor

D. Facilitator

Which of the following is the social characteristics of a child?

A. He understands the tone of voice .i.e. love or hate

B. He recognizes his mother in the third month

C. His play is self-centered

D. All of the above

Which of these skills do you consider extremely important for a teacher?

A. Listening Skills

B. Managerial Skills

C. Oration Skills

D. Teaching Skills

The instructional approach in which objectives are presented to learners in chronological order is known as:

A. Chronological Sequencing

B. Chronological ordering

C. Chronological teaching

D. None of these

The reasoning in which the given statements are viewed as supplying strong evidence for the truth of the conclusion is called______

A. Deductive Reasoning

B. Inductive Reasoning

C. Qualitative Reasoning

D. Quantitative Reasoning

The person is influential communicator if:

A. He is a comedian characteristic

B. If his communication is very clear

C. If he communicates in his mother tongue

D. If he has a dramatic characteristic

What type of class climate you would prefer?

A. A well behaved class students speaking only when asked

B. An active class following the rules prescribed by you

C. A highly interactive and self disciplined class

D. A quiet and highly attentive class