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Education Theory Questions - All Grades

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Grade 9 Education Theory
Graduate Education Theory
Graduate Education Theory
What are the three keys for successful behavior support?
  1. Structure, Consistency, and Planned Ignorance
  2. Schedule, Rules, and Time Outs
  3. Structure, Schedule, and Consistency
Continuing Education Education Theory
When there is a reaction to stress, support staff should:
  1. Redirect and Set Limits.
  2. Say "Don't do that!"
  3. Give the person a gift or snack.
None Education Theory
Even the most highly intelligent educator will be ineffective if
  1. visual aids are organized
  2. the room facilitates the number of students
  3. lesson plans are properly written
  4. knowledge cannot be communicated to learners
College Education Theory
Asking you to explain, discuss, analyze, and critique are all examples of
  1. middle level thinking questions
  2. lower level thinking questions
  3. no level thinking questions
  4. higher level thinking questions
College Education Theory
The eight types of intelligence, according to Gardner (1983), include all of the following, except...
  1. linguistic and logical-mathematical
  2. interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist
  3. academic and behavioral
  4. spatial, kinesthetic, and musical
College Education Theory
A major factor that contributes to successful group performance is                                   
  1. Following Directions
  2. Keeping focused on the task
  3. Completing responsibilities on time
  4. Listening attentive to others
  5. All of the above
College Education Theory
Whats the difference between critical thinking and creative thinking?
  1. There isn't much of a difference; They're basically the same
  2. Creative thinking is a necessary part of making decisions and critical thinking is not
  3. Critical thinking is a necessary part of solving problems and other important tasks but creative is not
  4. Critical thinking is logical, analytical, self-reflective, conscious and creative thinking has some of the same qualities of critical but also intentive and original
College Education Theory
The work of Madeline Hunter is an example of
  1. a direct instruction program
  2. a peer tutoring program
  3. cooperative learning
  4. classroom management
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