Teaching aptitude MCQ questions set 123

By | September 8, 2017
Question 1
Jean Piaget gave a theory of cognitive development of humans on the basis of his
A
Evaluation Research
B
Action research
C
Applied research
D
Fundamental research
Question 2
Vocationalisation of education has the object of
A
Giving more importance to vocation than general education
B
Converting liberal education into vocational education
C
Creating an educational bias among vocational people
D
Preparing students for a vocation along with knowledge
Question 3
As the child grows up, models other than assume greater importance.
A
Parents and Siblings
B
Leaders and peers
C
TV start
D
Friends and relatives
Question 4
Human development is divided into domains such as
A
physical, cognitive, emotional and social
B
emotional, cognitive, spiritual and social-psychological
C
psychological, cognitive, emotional and physical
D
physical, spiritual, cognitive and social
Question 5
In education the term 'Gang' represents adolescents
A
Male group only
B
Social phenomena
C
Secondary or territory marginal groups
D
Anti-social group
Question 6
Generally when it is witnessed that the child is somewhat different from his parents, it can be interpreted through the genetic law of
A
Similarity
B
Difference
C
Regression
D
None of the above
Question 7
If a teacher requests you to do a favour in a girl student's evaluation, what would you like to do in this situation?
A
You will teach him a moral lesson against injustice
B
You will scold him that he is a wicked fellow as he loose the sanctity of evaluation
C
You will remind him the grace and morality of being a teacher
D
You will evaluate the answer-book honestly and give marks accordingly
Question 8
Which is not a factor of motivation ?
A
Incentive
B
Praise
C
Practice
D
Prize
Question 9
The philosopher who worked in mathematical and scientific didactics was?
A
Lev Vygotsky
B
John Dewey
C
Martin Wagenschein
D
Jean Piaget
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