The summative evaluation is used?
At the start of the program
At the middle of the program
At the end of the program
....... is not required for an effective communication
Good knowledge of the content
"Next to Nature the child should be brought into touch with the stream of social 'behaviour''. By saying this Tagore is trying to emphasize following aims of education
Both Individual and social aims
Intellectual development aim
How would you make your students independent?
Give responsibility to everyone
Giving orders and expecting obedience
Ignoring their petty fights
Solving their problems for them
Which one of the following is a primary task of a teacher?
To teach the prescribed curriculum.
To stimulate and guide students learning.
To promote habits of conformity to adult demands and expectations
To provide diagnostic and remedial aid wherever desired.
Which of the following is not a type of the learned motives?
Philosophising requires the processes of
All of these
How does a teacher can improve the attention of a student?
By introducing interesting ways of teaching, e. g. through teaching aid etc
Monitoring by Head Master/Principal
Value has been closely linked with interest. This statement has been given by
J. S. Mackenzie
J. S. Mill
J. B. Perry
W. M. Urban
Motivation is derived from Latin word
If a student becomes unconscious in the class what will you do first?
Telephoning student's parents and waiting for them
Rushing to the principal's office and canvassing for help impatiently
Giving first aid to him and trying to contact any nearby doctor
Making arrangement to send him to his home
The essential qualities of a researcher are
systematization or theorizing of knowledge
reliance on observation and evidence
spirit of free enquiry
all the above
'National Council of Educational Research and Training' was established in
A small machine used in the reading programme to increase rate of speed is the
The three domains of Bloom's taxonomy are
Cognitive, Affective and Pedagogy
Pedagogy, Affective and Psychomotor
Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor
Cognitive, Pedagogy and Psychomotor
Norms are society's expectations or rules specifying appropriate and inappropriate behaviour. Which of the following is not a norm?
Honesty is the best policy
Stop at a red light
Keep to the left on the road
Eat soup with a soup spoon
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