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Important teaching aptitude questions 2
Which of the following is an example of a biological process that might be studied by an educational psychologist?
The development of social relationships
The changes in children's motor skills
The changes in children's ability to think logically
The influence of parental nurturing on children's tendency to be aggressive
During the period of development known as "middle and late childhood," a child typically does which of the following?
Masters the fundamental skills of writing
Prefers to spend time with parents than with peers
Makes important career decisions
Learns to identify letters of the alphabet
Myelination of areas in the brain related to hand¬eye coordination is typically completed during which stage of an individual's life?
Patricia demonstrates object permanence when her rattle is taken and hidden under a blanket and she .............
looks to find something new to play with
lifts the blanket to look for the rattle
begins to play with her mother
The preoperational stage, as described by Piaget, includes individuals in which of the following age groups?
Birth to 2 years
2 to 7 years
7 to 11 years
11 years through adulthood
According to Piaget, a child is first able to understand that sequences or procedures are reversible when the child reaches which of the following stages?
Concrete operational stage
Formal operational stage
Tracy examines the possibilities of working with Sam. He is very good at working with computers, so he may be a good partner for helping to complete the research project. However, Tracy also knows that Sam is chronically irresponsible and may neglect the project. Tracy decides to test the waters by talking to other students who have worked with Sam as well as asking Sam a few questions about his ideas about carrying out the project to determine his likelihood of helping out. Which stage of Piaget's theory do you think Tracy is at?
The following emphases are central to Vygotsky's theory.
Zone of proximal development
All the above
Which of the following represents Vygotsky's view of the origin of cognitive development?
Kylie's parents are so proud because Kylie has just said her first word. Having only this information, how old would you guess Kylie is?
at least 36 months
Critics of Piaget assert all of the following EXCEPT .............
children's cognitive development does not occur in synchronous stages
children at one cognitive stage can be trained to reason at a higher cognitive stage
children go through cognitive stages at the same rate
culture and education exert strong influences on children's cognitive development
Effective teachers who work with formal operational thinkers do all of the following EXCEPT .............
realize that many adolescents are not full¬fledged formal operational thinkers
present a problem that has one, clear approach to solving it
propose a problem and invite students to form hypotheses about how to solve it
develop projects and investigations for students to carry out
Which of the following provides the best example of the microsystem, as described in Bronfenbrenner's ecological theory?
Students interact directly with their teacher.
A parent attends a parent¬teacher conference without the student.
Local government approves increased funding for public school libraries.
Society progresses toward acceptability of females serving in more administrative roles in the schools.
Which of the following is the final stage of development, as proposed by Erikson?
Autonomy versus shame and doubt
Trust versus mistrust
Integrity versus despair
Identity versus identity confusion
According to Erikson's life¬span development theory, at approximately what age does a person undergo the stage of autonomy versus shame and doubt?
The first year
The second year
Age 6 to puberty
On the basis of Erikson's life¬span development theory, which of the following strategies would best enable a teacher to stimulate identity exploration in adolescents?
Encourage individuals to express their views freely.
Structure activities around success rather than failure.
Provide opportunities for fantasy play.
Evaluate students' opinions carefully and critically
Which of the following statements best describes a student with identity diffusion?
The student has explored career paths and made a commitment toward a goal.
The student has accepted someone else's idea for a career path and made a commitment toward that goal.
The student has not explored career paths and lacks a goal.
The student has explored career paths but has made no commitments toward any path.
Alina, a high school student, loves to work with computers. She is also very active in student government. She would like to pursue a career that involves interacting with people. She is considering careers in computer programming and computer sales, as well as careers in politics and law. She hopes to make a final decision by the end of this school year. Which of the following labels best describes Alina's identity status?
A high school student who feels it is wrong to cheat because if he gets caught he will be sent to the office is revealing which level of Kohlberg's moral reasoning?
None of above
An individual in the conventional level of Kohlberg's theory would turn to which of the following when making a moral decision?
Potential punishment involved
Personal needs and desires
Trying to make sense of what is going on in a social situation is called
Acquisition of information and knowledge is
Ability to learn
Ability to adjust
Ability to memories
None of the rest
Motivation should be followed by
Knowledge of result
Cognitive domain have
The lowest level of learning in cognitive domain is
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