EDUC 624 Quiz Creating Positive

EDUC 624 Quiz: Creating Positive Peer Relationships

  1. A bully whose behavior is calculated and planned rather than triggered by a particular initiating event is known as
  2. A teacher concerned with eliminating institutional racism would do all but which of the following?
  3. According to the text, which of the following is least likely to occur in a classroom where strong positive peer relationships are present?
  4. All of the following are ways teachers can attempt to reduce bullying and its effects except
  5. Base groups
  6. Given the current emphasis on mastery of content and preparation for state and national assessments, administrators with adequate knowledge of classroom management would most likely be pleased if a teacher’s group-building activities were
  7. In helping students develop positive relationships with their peers, it is crucial that teachers
  8. Liadan is performing poorly in activities that require her to collaborate with her peers. Mrs. Ramirez observes Liadan’s interactions within the group and determines that Liadan is largely ignored by other group members, and that the few contributions she tries to make are typically overtly rejected. When this happens, Liadan responds angrily, saying loudly, “I don’t care about y’all at all.” Which statement is likely true in this situation?
  9. Meghan comes to you and says, “Tara is bullying me! She said my shoes looked like something a clown would wear.” When deciding whether or not to categorize this event as bullying, you would likely ask yourself all of the following questions except
  10. Miss Taylor has the students in each of her small groups interview each other, asking questions like, “What things are you best at?” and “What role do you like to take when you’re working in a group?” The students share their answers, and Miss Taylor helps them identify which student in each group will fufillll each of several recurring roles. This group is likely at which stage of group development?
  11. When students are seated closer to peers whom they may not initially know well or may not like,
  12. When working in their group, four of Mr. Massey’s students begin to argue about which responsibility should be handled by which person, and about whether the work being done is of equivalent difficulty across all group members. At which stage of group development is this set of students most likely functioning?
  13. Which of the following is NOT a consideration when teachers and school officials respond to instances of bullying?
  14. Which of the following statements about cyberbullying is false?
  15. Which of the following statements about peer relationships in schools is false?
  16. Which of the following statements is true with regard to engaging students in activities designed to build cohesive groups?
  17. Which student is most likely to experience bullying at school?
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