EDUC 500 Quiz 3

  1. The stages of personal and social development are played out in constant interaction with others and with society as a whole. During initial stages, the interactions are primarily with:
  2. Self‐esteem is based on self‐evaluation of:
  3. Research on gender differences in moral reasoning suggests that:
  4. The Process of comparing oneself to others to gather information and to evaluate and judge ones abilities, attitudes and conduct is referred to as:
  5. During which stage of development is the basic goal to develop a sense of trust in the world?
  6. According to Kohlberg, for individuals operating at which level of moral development is morality defined in terms of cooperation with peers?
  7. Children at the preconventional level of moral reasoning concentrate on:
  8. James Marcia’s identity stage in which an identity crisis has never been experienced is:
  9. According to Piaget, during which stage of moral development will the subject begin to weigh consequences of his or her actions?
  10. A nursery school teacher tells a mother that her child engages in parallel play. The teacher might see the child frequently playing:
  11. Pregnancy and childbirth are major concerns for all groups of female adolescents, but particularly among those from:
  12. Erikson hypothesized that individuals pass through several psychosocial stages of development. How many stages are in Erikson’s psychosocial development theory?
  13. The second stage of Piaget’s theory of moral development is the stage where an individual understands that people make rules and that punishments are not automatic. This stage is called:
  14. Teaching techniques that facilitate success of students from different ethnic and social groups has been defined as
  15. What has research told us about the use of cooperative learning in bilingual education programs?
  16. High school females tend to:
  17. Shared norms, attitudes and ways of behaving that characterize a group of people are, collectively known as:
  18. In an English immersion placement, a student is primarily taught in the following manner:
  19. Charles Spearman’s conception of intelligence is that:
  20. French studies of children of low SES parents adopted into high SES families find:
  21. Studies showing the effects of schooling in raising intelligence scores support an interpretation of intelligence as:
  22. Socioeconomic Status (SES. is most often measured as:
  23. Practices that are conducive to the academic and social growth of all students are commonly referred to as
  24. Binet’s work advanced the science of intelligence assessment, but it also began to establish the idea that
  25. Which position regarding the use of intelligence scores is supported by your text author?
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