EDUC 500 Quiz 6

  1. Quality of instruction refers to the set of activities most people first picture when they think of teaching: lecturing, calling on students, discussion and so on. Which of the following may add to the quality of instruction?
  2. Which of the follow programs is an example of a compensatory program?
  3. Which of the following would be considered a simulation?
  4. A major revolution is taking place in technology applications in education. One of these approaches is blended learning. Blending learning strategies:
  5. Which results can be achieved with early intervention programs for children placed at risk of school failure?
  6. Educational psychologists have proposed models of effective instruction that help explain the critical features of high quality. One of these models is called the QAIT model. Identify the four elements of QAIT:
  7. What type of computer program holds an encyclopedia?
  8. Engaging students with lesson content through methods such as cooperative activities, simulations, games or technology can:
  9. The amount of time you schedule for instruction and then actually use to teach is referred to as:
  10. What is the Joplin Plan?
  11. What is the related information called that appears when a computer user clicks on a word or picture?
  12. Despite the many examples of situations where untracking is successful for the school community, opposition exists. According to our text, who typically opposes untracking?
  13. A multimedia approach has been found to enhance student learning only if:
  14. According to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs:
  15. Students can learn to mentally give themselves a pat on the back when they finish a task or stop at regular intervals to assess what they have done. What is this called?
  16. Which one of the follow category of attributions is internal and stable?
  17. A teacher praises a student for good work, but frowns and looks displeased at the same time. By these actions, the teacher is failing to make the praise seem:
  18. Which of the following strategies is a key component to self‐regulated learning?
  19. Reid has been trying to improve Mark’s participation in class. He has been rewarding Mark with praise, but Mark’s behavior has not improved. Mr. Reid needs to consider that:
  20. The advantage of simulations is that they allow students to learn about a subject:
  21. Which of the following statements of how to use extrinsic rewards is supported by our text?
  22. Expectancy theory supports the idea that grading systems should be:
  23. Nicole was kept awake half the night because her brother and parents were fighting. Nicole’s motivation to perform school tasks will be low today, not only because she is upset about her family, but because one of her needs has not been met. Which need?
  24. The feeling that an individual will not be successful regardless of actual ability has been identified as:
  25. A student has done well on a test. Which of the following feedback statements from the teacher would be best, based on the discussion in your text
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