EDUC 200 Quiz 3

EDUC 200 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Concepts relating to aesthetics are:
  2. Which school of philosophy believes that knowledge must continually be redefined and rediscovered to keep up with change:
  3. Which of the following best depicts the classroom of a progressive teacher?
  4. One obstacle for establishing common schools was economic. Which of the following best exemplifies the economic argument against common schools?
  5. Teachers will be able to use computers effectively only if
  6. A child has been born to a Southern plantation family during colonial times. How would he most likely be educated?
  7. Name the landmark Supreme Court case where students had been suspended for wearing antiwar armbands. They took the issue to court, claiming that the school had interfered with their right to freedom of expression. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the students, stating that their black armbands were a form of symbolic speech in protest of the (Vietnam) War and should not be prohibited.
  8. The project method is…
  9. Digital imagery allows students to view
  10. When a long-term heavy smoker was sixty-five, she was fitted for dentures. Months later, she was diagnosed with throat cancer. Her neighbor explained, “I don’t want to have my denture fitting now. Getting dentures gave my neighbor throat cancer!” A background in one area of philosophy would have helped the neighbor come to a stronger conclusion. Which one would be of most help?
  11. An art teacher is prompting his Sculpture I students to identify the elements of beauty that exist in Michelangelo’s David. This activity is focusing on developing students’ comprehension of
  12. The psychological theory of Behaviorism is associated with which psychologist?
  13. Horace Mann’s contributions to American education include which of the following
  14. In developing our own philosophy, what influences do we draw on?
  15. A veteran teacher considers his thirty-year career and asks himself, “Has my career had a core purpose?” What kind of philosophical question is this?
  16. Which of the following were the predominant forms of elementary schooling in New England during the colonial period?
  17. Nguyen, an algebra teacher, emphasizes to his students the epistemological aspects of mathematics. Which of the following kinds of questions is he most likely to ask students?
  18. A young child asks his teacher, “How can love be real if you don’t ever see it?” Which branch of philosophy has that child’s question tapped into?
  19. For what educational innovation is German educator Friedrich Froebel best known?
  20. As a social studies teacher strolls through the halls during lunch, he finds a group of students clustered around two boys who are fighting. When he intervenes to stop the fighting, the teacher must also be aware of
  21. What is the most significant benefit of instituting distance education within a school district?
  22. The study of axiology provides one with an understanding of
  23. In which of the following instances is the teacher most likely to be held liable?
  24. Why did Massachusetts’s colonists pass the Old Deluder Satan Act?
  25. Two kindergartners are fighting over a toy. Ms. Hernandez tells the children gently, “Brian, you promised Ali you would share that toy with her. It’s not fair to Ali if you go back on your promise.” Ms. Hernandez is giving the children a simple lesson in which of the following?

Set 2

  1. A student completing a project on bird identification knows that insect-eating birds have narrow, pointed bills. One day, her mother and she look out the window and see a bird they don’t recognize with a narrow bill. The mother exclaims, “What an unusual bird. I’ve never seen a bird like that all through this snowy winter.” The daughter replies, “You wouldn’t. That bird must migrate to warmer climates during the winter.” Which of the following is the girl using?
  2. The education of American Indians traditionally received less public attention than that of African Americans because of which of the following?
  3. The word Philosophy is made up of what two words?
  4. Equity concerns regarding the integration of technology revolve around
  5. A veteran teacher considers his thirty-year career and asks himself, “Has my career had a core purpose?” What kind of philosophical question is this?
  6. A small group of angry parents threatens to sue a school board for their support of an English teacher and her choice of texts for her class, including the work of J. D. Salinger and Judy Blume. The parents claim that Salinger’s Catcher in the Ryeand Blume’sForeverare inappropriate to teach in school because of their subject matter. If this case reached the courts, what would a judge consider in deciding the case?
  7. When a new technology is first introduced in the classroom, it is often proclaimed that
  8. Since colonial times in this country, formal education of some kind has almost always been available to
  9. When elementary school classes all over the world add ozone measurements from their community to an online database and then analyze the data and draw conclusions, this is an example of using technology as
  10. Joey was born with a birth defect that left him unable to use his vocal cords and consequently to speak. Yet Joey has successfully completed his high school studies and looks forward to a challenging college career. How has assistive technology helped Joey communicate in class?
  11. Cognitive psychologists, draw heavily on research of all of these EXCEPT:
  12. In developing our own philosophy, what influences do we draw on?
  13. In considering whether a teacher should be held liable for a student injury, which of the following facts will a judge consider most important?
  14. At Bowker High School, students take many required courses, including Latin, history, humanities, mathematics, and science. The students study those disciplines as a way of developing their intellect and discovering the universal truths of humankind. Bowker High’s philosophy of education is derived from
  15. Which branch of philosophy deals with reasoning:
  16. For parents who enrolled their child in a private venture school, what is the most likely reason they would be opposed to common schools?
  17. Students who use word processors to write are likely to
  18. A framework that helps us conceptualize how technology is used to enhance teaching and learning is called
  19. Name the landmark Supreme Court case where students had been suspended for wearing antiwar armbands. They took the issue to court, claiming that the school had interfered with their right to freedom of expression. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the students, stating that their black armbands were a form of symbolic speech in protest of the (Vietnam) War and should not be prohibited.
  20. Two kindergartners are fighting over a toy. Ms. Hernandez tells the children gently, “Brian, you promised Ali you would share that toy with her. It’s not fair to Ali if you go back on your promise.” Ms. Hernandez is giving the children a simple lesson in which of the following?
  21. Concepts relating to aesthetics are:
  22. Located in a remote region of New Hampshire, Carr High School has several students who are ready to enroll in calculus and others who wish to take Latin, but there aren’t any teachers who can teach either course. Based upon the most recent advances in education, which proposal represents the best solution for Carr High School’s problem?
  23. Which of the following allows the social studies teacher to do something innovative with technology?
  24. Howe’s six dimensions of professional codes of morality include
  25. The Oak Valley school board is conducting a very heated board meeting in which board members and residents are debating the educational goals of the school district. If a parent who was an essentialist were to stand up, which of the following would you expect her to assert,
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