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EDUC 664 Quiz: Learning and the Language Arts

  1. Although Emily conversed comfortably with peers and with older adults, she struggled when presenting oral reports in class. Emily had not yet developed:
  2. Because he had successfully learned to decode words with a short a spelling pattern, James was able to read a passage uently and effortlessly. This automatic action showed that James has mastered a literacy:
  3. In the English language, there are approximately:
  4. As he is learning English, 7-year-old Sergei often makes grammatical mistakes such as saying “my dog brown” instead of “My brown dog.” Sergei is having difficulty with the:
  5. Students who are English learners usually make more progress when the classroom environment is:
  6. The area of language arts in which students create meaning through multiple sign systems such as video productions, dramatizations, and posters is referred to as:
  7. Research suggests that students with less effective oral language abilities tend to:
  8. Research suggests that during language arts instruction, children are more highly motivated to participate when they:
  9. Language arts teachers should integrate instruction on viewing with reading instruction primarily because:
  10. Students feel comfortable

EDUC 664 Quiz: Higher Education Expenditures

  1. The high cost of construction on a university campus is not necessarily one specific item but the total accumulation of many different aspects and details.
  2. Costs do not differ between private for-profit and private not-for-profit institutions.
  3. Which of the following is not a higher education quality actor?
  4. Which statement is accurate?
  5. Which term best represents the student’s (buyer’s) perspective on the financial transaction of a college education?
  6. According to the Delaware Cost Study, which of the following are the greatest factors leading to cost variation within a discipline?
  7. According to the textbook, some of the common errors in budget development include which of the following?
  8. According to analysis from the Delaware Cost Study, the single most important factor explaining differences in costs at four-year institutions is total enrollment.
  9. According to the textbook, price changes are experienced by which entity?
  10. Select the various factors that relate to the cost of campus construction projects
  11. The best way to adjust for inflation at postsecondary institutions is to use which measure?
  12. Higher education is a service that cannot truly be evaluated for its quality until it is experienced by the consumer (student).
  13. Based on analysis of institutional revenues and expenditures from the last 1980s to the late 1990s, which of the following results are true?
  14. According to the textbook, after adjusting for inflation, educational cost at public research universities has remained constant in real terms per full-time equivalent student.
  15. Examples of funding for future growth include the following:

EDUC 664 Quiz: Government Financing of Higher Education

  1. Some of the reporting categories in the Voluntary System of Accountability include the following:
  2. What are two valuable sources of data on state appropriations for higher education?
  3. Identify two perspectives that shed light on the issue of low-income transfer students to elite institutions:
  4. A prospective college student’s decision about whether to attend college, where to go, what to study, and how to pay for it is very simple.
  5. Identify federal student lending programs
  6. We can better understand how financial aid effects student enrollment by applying a conceptual model. The conceptual model in the textbook includes which of the following contexts?
  7. Benefits of state expenditures to higher education include the following: (select two)
  8. Elite institutions enroll a high percentage of low-income students from community colleges.
  9. Which of the following is not a normal category of state appropriations for higher education?
  10. Three responses to increase enrollment of low-income students at elite institutions include the following:
  11. The Voluntary System of Accountability is a mandatory reporting system about the number of hours that employees volunteer to serve in the community.
  12. It is not important to increase educational attainment for citizens because the United States is far ahead of other developed nations in educational attainment.
  13. What are two of the determinants of state higher education expenditures?
  14. According to the textbook, several characteristics of financial aid include the following three:
  15. The strength of a state’s economy generally relates to more funding for public institutions.

EDUC 664 Quiz 3: Ethics and Higher Education Financing

Covers the Learn material from Module 7: Week 7.

  1. Select two core traits of the profession of higher ed fundraising:
  2. Egoism is a way to serve the public good in order to benefit oneself.
  3. Which sector of institutions is more likely to engage in mass production?
  4. In the realm of higher ed fundraising, there are inviolable and expedient norms.
  5. Effective use of financial aid can help to reduce inequalities in access to higher education.
  6. Which definition best matches with collectivism?
  7. The costs of mass production of higher education include the following:
  8. What are three types of inviolable norms?
  9. What are some of the consequences of industrial sponsorship
  10. The “high road” approach to developing a code of conduct means a proactive focus on doing what is right.
  11. According to the textbook, what is one of the concerns about online education?
  12. Identify three reasons for acting on behalf of the public good:
  13. Higher education administrators are expected to serve their institutions and not consider the public good.
  14. What are two core values of the academic profession that must be protected during the expansion of academic capitalism?
  15. The following are benefits of moving into mass production of higher education delivery
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