EDUC 200 Quiz 5

EDUC 200 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. What are some surprises awaiting beginning teachers?
  2. The role of policy maker, facilitator, helper, official leader, judge, buffer, dispenser of rewards, and sacrificial lamb are terms used to describe what position within a school?
  3. What is a benefit to having a teaching journal?
  4. After ten years of working in journalism, Ellen decided to pursue a teaching career. She received her teaching license through the alternative licensing program and is currently seeking a teaching position. She has a degree in English and would like to teach middle school English in a rural school district. Which of the following will work most in her favor as she searches for a job?
  5. The increase in teaching positions expected over the next ten years is due in part to
  6. Desiderio is somewhat apprehensive about surviving her first year of teaching, and she would appreciate having a mentor. According to the text, which approach would be the wisest for Mr. Desiderio?
  7. Thompson, a recent college graduate targets a particular district for his job search because he knows a number of teachers are retiring and student enrollment is increasing. What other information should Mr. Thompson look at that could impact whether or not he is hired?
  8. Recent graduates Nancy White and David Tepper were both hired by the same school district in 1994. After ten years of teaching, Nancy’s salary is considerably more than David’s. Which of the following most likely explains this salary difference?
  9. Enrollment in public and private schools is expected to reach how many by 2021?
  10. In what way does the principal act as a liaison between the larger school organization and the faculty? He or she
  11. Chantal has just started college and is interested in pursuing a career in teaching. Her advisor tells her that she shouldn’t have any trouble getting a job when she graduates. Why does her advisor think this?
  12. Which of the following is not a suggested strategy for bringing more minorities into teaching?
  13. Secondary students have an expectation that teachers will interact with them in recognizable ways without being overly strict or too much like a peer. This is called
  14. Seeing that Mr. Batch was having difficulty making classroom transitions between activities, Ms. Calhoun, his supervisor, provided him with several practical suggestions. This is an example of which way that a supervisor might help a new teacher
  15. According to the text, what is the most useful attitude for beginning teachers to have toward their colleagues?
  16. Based on the current job demand for educators, the demand for teachers appears to:
  17. LaMar, an African American, is majoring in English at a state college. He took an education course and really enjoyed the experience and so is thinking about a teaching career after college. What are LaMar’s chances of getting a teaching job when he graduates?
  18. How many new teachers are expected to be needed in private schools from 2013 to 2021?
  19. Which of the following are typical ways a supervisor can help a beginning teacher?
  20. What percent of teachers are females, which is leading to a demand for more male educators?
  21. Which of the following has contributed to the decline in the number of minority teachers?
  22. Many beginning teachers are concerned that they will lack subject-matter knowledge. In reality, though, most beginning teachers have the most difficulty with which of the following?
  23. The textbook suggests which of the following courses of action will help increase your chances of finding a teaching job?
  24. The shortage of minority teachers is problematic because:
  25. Which religious denomination has the highest percentage of students attending various kinds of private schools?

Set 2

  1. Which of the following are typical ways a supervisor can help a beginning teacher?
  2. After ten years of working in journalism, Ellen decided to pursue a teaching career. She received her teaching license through the alternative licensing program and is currently seeking a teaching position. She has a degree in English and would like to teach middle school English in a rural school district. Which of the following will work most in her favor as she searches for a job?
  3. In what way does the principal act as a liaison between the larger school organization and the faculty? He or she
  4. All other conflicts, triumphs, and defeats pale in significance if children are learning and developing to their human potential. New teachers generally have a great deal to learn in instruction needed to develop every child’s potential due to
  5. Desiderio is somewhat apprehensive about surviving her first year of teaching, and she would appreciate having a mentor. According to the text, which approach would be the wisest for Mr. Desiderio?
  6. During a year-end meeting, the principal asked Mark Steinberg how he would assess his performance as a teacher over the past year. What would be the strongest answer from Mark?
  7. All of the following may be components of traditional teacher licensure except
  8. The belief that teachers will have warm relationships with their students in an environment that is relaxed, responsive to the needs of students, and impactful for lifetime is an ideal held by
  9. Secondary students have an expectation that teachers will interact with them in recognizable ways without being overly strict or too much like a peer. This is called
  10. According to the text, what is the most useful attitude for beginning teachers to have toward their colleagues?
  11. Ryan and Cooper suggest that an effective way of preparing for a job interview is to
  12. One of the common errors in searching for a teaching position is
  13. Because of the complexity of the principal’s role, a teacher may lack the principal’s support in certain instances. Which of the following describes the most likely instance in which a teacher would lack administrative support?
  14. Of new teachers, what percent leave the classroom within the first 5 years?
  15. Which of the following is not a suggested strategy for bringing more minorities into teaching?
  16. Which state has the highest estimated average and beginning teacher salary?
  17. Many beginning teachers are concerned that they will lack subject-matter knowledge. In reality, though, most beginning teachers have the most difficulty with which of the following?
  18. Based on the current job demand for educators, the demand for teachers appears to:
  19. Which religious denomination has the highest percentage of students attending various kinds of private schools?
  20. The shortage of minority teachers is problematic because:
  21. According to the authors, which is the best description of a teaching journal’s use?
  22. In a school, who can provide a new teacher with the resources they need to do their job effectively as well as access to the school’s informal communication network?
  23. Recent graduates Nancy White and David Tepper were both hired by the same school district in 1994. After ten years of teaching, Nancy’s salary is considerably more than David’s. Which of the following most likely explains this salary difference?
  24. Which transferable skills do teachers acquire that could be used in other professions?
  25. The role of policy maker, facilitator, helper, official leader, judge, buffer, dispenser of rewards, and sacrificial lamb are terms used to describe what position within a school?
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