EDUC 200 Quiz 1

EDUC 200 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Usual places that student cheating is cited includes
  2. After reading several novels about teaching, Jameel has become fascinated with teaching as a career. According to Ryan and Cooper, what else would be a fruitful way to help him decide if teaching is the right career for him?
  3. Juan believes that schools can help students become actively involved in alleviating the problem of homelessness. Juan personifies the view of
  4. In public schools that embraced multiculturalism, which of the following would be evidenced?
  5. Which student group is most likely underrepresented because of current gifted identification practices?
  6. Intrinsic rewards in teaching include which of the following?
  7. Jenna is seventeen years old, the mother of an infant, and a full-time employee at a local manufacturing company. Which of the following is also likely true about Jenna’s life?
  8. Teachers must be aware of potential signs of abuse and know school policy and procedures for reporting abuse because
  9. Some behaviors a teacher might see in a child identified as having autism spectrum disorder (ASD) include
  10. Over 60 percent of all children live in homes where the only parent or both parents work. What significance does this have for teachers?
  11. Relief from a high incidence of school violence and vandalism seems to come directly from programs that
  12. In his study, Philip Jackson noted that teachers engage in hundreds of interchanges a day. He found that most of these interchanges involved the teacher
  13. How could one describe the anticipated proportional population growth trends among the various ethnic groups?
  14. According to author Ruby Payne, the unspoken clues of those living in generational poverty provide evidence that the driving force of their mindset is
  15. What is the purpose of multiculturalism in schools?
  16. Of the following extrinsic rewards, which is most closely associated with teaching?
  17. What is the most prominent argument in favor of multiculturalism?
  18. An IEP stands for Individualized Education Plan. Which statement most accurately describes provisions for a student with an IEP
  19. Which of the following is the best indicator that you will be satisfied teaching?
  20. The two ethnic groups with highest dropout rates in the United States are
  21. Tai is a college sophomore with numerous interests. Public service has always appealed to her, yet she is not sure if teaching will be the most satisfying career. Which of the following would be the best indicators that Tai would find satisfaction in teaching?
  22. According to Ryan and Cooper, which of the following is the best definition of “education”? Education is
  23. Prospective teacherscan best prepare to encounter the complex diversity of today’s student body by
  24. Tina suffered a vicious assault when she was a college senior and still feels the aftereffects. Now, several years later, she actively organizes rape awareness seminars for her high school students. During a recent class discussion about date rape, one student raised the possibility that people can be, at times, wrongfully accused. Tina barely contained her anger and dismissed the student’s comment immediately. What does this scenario suggest?
  25. Socialization is an important element of schooling. As a result of socialization, children learn how to

Set 2

  1. According to the Schooling v. Education comparison chart, which of the following should be considered a characteristic of education?
  2. Socialization is an important element of schooling. As a result of socialization, children learn how to
  3. It is the third week of September, and you are just beginning to know your first-grade students. One child, Marcus, stands out in your mind. He has not made friends with any playmates so far, and he rarely talks to the other children. Yesterday, during playtime, he stomped on a cardboard puzzle after playing with it for several minutes.  Later, he told you he got mad at it because “it wasn’t all fitting in.” During the past several days, he has had several such outbursts, usually when things get busy in the class, such as when lining up for lunch or recess, or marching to music. Given his behavior, you think he may
  4. Which of the following is uppermost among a teacher’s responsibilities toward a child who is disadvantaged, neglected, or abused?
  5. A teacher has serious concerns that a student’s behavior signals he is contemplating suicide, and one day the student admits that the thought has occurred to him. Which action should the teacher take first?
  6. One of the most effective ways teachers can aid in the renewal of society is to
  7. How could one describe the anticipated proportional population growth trends among the various ethnic groups?
  8. Jacques Barzun preferred which purposes of schools?
  9. According to Ryan and Cooper, which of the following is the best definition of “education”? Education is
  10. Why have gifted and talented programs met with resistance from many Americans?
  11. Over 60 percent of all children live in homes where the only parent or both parents work. What significance does this have for teachers?
  12. Denise, a sales representative, is considering a career switch to become a teacher. She is bright and outgoing and likes the high pay she has earned in sales. Yet she has felt drawn to teaching because of the positive contribution she could make to students’ lives. If she makes the career switch, which reward is Denise least likely to experience in teaching?
  13. During Noam’s twelve years of teaching, he has coached an award-winning chemistry team, successfully taught advanced placement chemistry, chaperoned numerous overnight camping trips, coached the girls’ volleyball team, and worked as a class advisor. In his career, Noam is probably most rewarded by
  14. Tina suffered a vicious assault when she was a college senior and still feels the aftereffects. Now, several years later, she actively organizes rape awareness seminars for her high school students. During a recent class discussion about date rape, one student raised the possibility that people can be, at times, wrongfully accused. Tina barely contained her anger and dismissed the student’s comment immediately. What does this scenario suggest?
  15. Of the scenarios that follow, which student would be most likely to be left out of consideration in a“shopping mall high school?”
  16. To effectively minimize the influence of gangs with long term results, educators can
  17. Of the following extrinsic rewards, which is most closely associated with teaching?
  18. and Mrs. Wells are meeting with their daughter’s teacher to discuss her individualized education plan (IEP) for the next school year. Their daughter, Donna, has a learning disability that affects her reading skills. When Mr. and Mrs. Wells review Donna’s IEP, they should expect to find
  19. What is the purpose of multiculturalism in schools?
  20. Cleo, an earth science teacher, spends considerable time working with her students on environmental projects that demand their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Most recently, they have been working on a project exploring groundwater contamination and its effects on the environment. Cleo most likely sees the purpose of her teaching as a means of
  21. Juan believes that schools can help students become actively involved in alleviating the problem of homelessness. Juan personifies the view of
  22. Perhaps the best, most direct way to find out if you will enjoy the realities of teaching is to
  23. Teachers must be aware of potential signs of abuse and know school policy and procedures for reporting abuse because
  24. In public schools that embraced multiculturalism, which of the following would be evidenced?
  25. Which of the following does not contribute to an effective school?
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