Chapter 07. Child centered and progressive education

1. Which of the following is not beneficial in the curriculum for integrated student-centered learning?
(a) Motivational development of student
(b) Development of peer communication
(c) Building student-teacher relationship
(d) Depletion of search / active learning
Ans: (d)

2. The experience that a child brings with her in an elementary classroom
(a) It should be ignored.
(b) They should not be ignored.
(c) They should be included and stored.
(d) / They should be rejected.
Ans: (c)

3. Kritika often does not talk much at home, but she talks a lot in school. It shows that
(a) The school gives children an opportunity to talk a lot all the time
(b) Teachers demand that children talk a lot in school
(c) Kritika does not like her house at all
(d) His ideas are recognized in the school
Ans: (d)

4. How are children viewed in progressive education?
(a) as passive simulators
(b) as active investigators
(c) in the form of blank slates
(d) as younger adults
Ans: (b)

5. Which of the following is predominant about the concept of progressive education?
(a) Believing in the potential and potential of each child.
(b) Standard instructions and evaluation
(c) External motivation and uniform evaluation criteria
(d) text book-centered learning
Ans: (a)

6. Student Centered Shicshasha Cycle is characterized by?
(a) mechanically memorize
(b) Enrolling and classifying students on the basis of merit
(c) Relying only on textbooks
(d) Highlighting children’s experiences
Ans: (d)

7. Education is considered child-centered education
(a) Complete development of the personality of the child
(b) The demand of the child is the priority of interest and attitude.
(c) Self importance of teacher is taken into consideration
(d) Course is given importance
Ans: (b)

8. ‘Child-centered’ Shiksha Sha means
(a) To give importance to children’s experiences and their voices.
(b) The teacher orders the children what should be done.
(c) To enable children to follow the prescribed information.
(d) To be ahead of the teacher to learn all things in class.
Ans: (a)

9. Balcentrit Shicshasha Cycle is the meaning of
(a) To give moral education to children
(b) To make children guess and imitate the teacher
(c) To give importance to expression and active participation of children
(d) To give complete independence to children
Ans: (c)

10. “If you want to teach children, then learn from children”, this indicates—
(a) Towards teacher-centered education
(b) towards child centered education
(c) Towards assessment-centric education
(d) Towards examination-centric education
Ans: (b)

11. In creationism-
(a) Children participate passively in the learning process.
(b) Education is teacher centered.
(c) Education is child centered.
(d) Education is behavioristic.
Ans: (c)

12. A child-centered classroom, the child usually : learn
(a) In both individual and collective 4 forms
(b) mainly from the teacher
(c) individually
(d) in groups
Ans: (a)

13. Which of the following is a characteristic of progressive education?
(a) Flexibility in time table and seating arrangement
(b) Instruction based on proposed text books only
(c) Emphasis on getting good marks in examinations
(d) Repeated exams
Ans: (a)

14. Progressive Education
(a) is based on the principles of contract and reinforcement
(b) is based on text books because they are the only valid friends of knowledge
(c) Believes on the belief that the teacher has to be firm in his approach and children cannot be taught in the present time without using punishment.
(d) puts more emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking
Ans: (d)

15. What is not included in child centered education?
(a) Providing homework
(b) prompting the child to ask questions
(c) To prioritize child experience
(d) To promote creativity of the child
Ans: (a)

16. In the context of progressive education, ‘equal educational opportunity’ means that all students
(a) Get education through similar methods and materials without distinction
(b) Get education that is optimal for them and helps in their future work.
(c) Regardless of any caste, creed, color, region and religion, get equal education.
(d) After getting equal education, we can prove our abilities.
Ans: (b)

17 . Classroom is indispensable in progressive education
(a) is democratic and children are given enough space to understand
(b) is under the complete control of the teacher in which he is a dictatorial
(c) is authoritarian, where the teacher gives orders and the students silently fight
(d) is free for all in which the teacher is absent
Ans: (a)

18. Which of the following situation is displayed in the Balanced Classroom?
(a) A class in which the teacher writes notes and the students are asked to memorize them.
(b) A classroom in which the textbook is the only resource the teacher refers to.
(c) A class in which the learner is seated in groups and the teacher is taking turns in each group.
(d) A classroom in which the behavior of the learners is governed by the rewards and punishments given by the teacher.
Ans: (c)

19. What does activism mean in the context of a primary school classroom?
(a) memorization, recollection and reciting
(b) Imitating and copying the teacher
(c) Investigation Asking questions and debating
(d) Mimicking the answers given by the teacher
Ans: (c)

20. Child-centered education includes—
(a) Handicraft activities for children
(b) Children sitting in a corner
(c) Learning in restricted environment
(d) Activities that do not involve sports
Ans: (a)

21. Progressive education is related to which of the following statements?
(a) Teachers are the promoters of information and authority.
(b) Knowledge arises from direct experience and cooperation.
(c) Learning follows a straight path with the gathering of facts and proficiency in skills.
(d) Examination is criterion-referenced and external.
Ans: (b)

22. Learning can lead to change in emphasis on learning-
(a) Adopting child-centered education system
(b) By encouraging rote
(c) By adopting advanced teaching techniques
(d) Focusing on the test results
Ans: (a)

23. Which one of the following is not a practice of child-centered learning?
(a) To make the student more active in acquiring knowledge and skills.
(b) Giving the student more information about what they are doing and why.
(c) To work under the instruction and decisions of the teacher.
(d) Focusing on interactive discussions, such as using tutorials and other discussion groups.
Ans: (c)

24. What is progressive education?
(a) It consists of standardized test
(b) It involves learning by doing
(c) It consists of data-based learning
(d) It consists of a standards-based curriculum.
Ans: (c)

25. What is experiential learning?
(a) A course in which the path of learning of students is well defined.
(b) An educational philosophy is based on the idea that learning takes place through 4 experiences.
(c) It is learning through experiences.
(d) Learning through continuous practice.
Ans: (b)

26. Which of the following are characteristics of progressive education?
(a) Instructions are based on prescribed text books only
(b) Flexibility on subjects that students want to learn.
(c) Emphasis on lifelong learning and social skills
(d) Insist on scoring good marks in examinations
Ans: (c)

27. Which of the following factors favors meaningful learning in the classroom?
(a) Promotion of rewards for motivating children to read.
(b) Adoption of lecture method only for instruction.
(c) To have a genuine concern for the subject matter and the overall well-being and learning of children.
(d) Increasing the number of tests to motivate children to read / learn.
Ans: (c)

28. The aim of education should be
(a) To develop professional skills in students
(b) Developing social awareness among students
(c) Preparing students for the exam
(d) Preparing students for practical life
Ans: (d)

29. All learning in general : Overall when succeed ……….. is.
(a) resource rich
(b) Self-directed by learners
(c) Technology lead
(d) teacher leadership
Ans: (b)

30. Methods that involve the self-initiative and efforts of students, Which of the following are examples?
(a) deductive method (b) learner centric method
(c) traditional method (d) interpersonal intelligence
Ans: (b)

31. Which of the following statements is true regarding children and their learning?
(a) Motivation for children to learn and their ability to learn is predetermined only by heredity.
(b) The socio-economic background of children determines and limits their motivation and learning competence.
(c) To motivate children to learn, they have to be rewarded and punished.
(d) All children are naturally motivated to learn and are capable of learning.
Ans: (d)

32. Instruction should be done at primary level
(a) Teacher-centered
(b) textbook centered
(c) student centered
(d) Teacher and textbook focused
Ans: (c)

33. Helps in primary education –
(a) Socialization of child (b) Democratization of child
(c) Understanding of curriculum (d) All of them.
Ans: (d)

34. What should be the seating arrangement in the classroom?
(a) Should correspond to the activities being conducted in the classroom.
(b) Should be same daily.
(c) Children should be seated in the same line.
(d) in such a way that they cannot communicate with each other.
Ans: (a)

35. With a view to controlling the dropouts, various measures have been taken by government organizations at the institution level. Which of the following is associated with the institutional level that causes children to leave school?
(a) Lack of basic services like blackboard and toilets in the school
(b) Teachers not having proper aptitude and giving them low income
(c) Teachers not sensitive to the need to treat children well
(d) The absence of an optional curriculum for children who are unable to accept compulsory courses
Ans: (d)

36. Which of the following options best describes progressive education?
(a) Learning by doing, project method learning by collaboration
(b) Thematic units, Regular unit tests, Ranking
(c) Individual learning, Creating ability groups Labeling of students
(d) Project Method, Creating Capacity Groups, Ranking
Ans: (a)

37. Which of the following statements about progressive education suggests- Education itself is life?
(a) School education should be continued for as long as possible.
(b) Schools are not required, Children can learn from their life experiences.
(c) Education in schools should reflect the social and natural world.
(d) Life is a true teacher.
Ans: (c)

38. Which of the following classes encourages rich education?
(a) A classroom in which the various types of material displayed are beyond the reach of children so that the material will last for a long time
(b) the classes which are open activity corner, and a variety of children’s literature open ledges (shelf) under which that can be achieved at any time of day.
(c) Classroom with well organized material in the cupboard where the material is brought out for free play once a week
(d) Structured and planned learning classroom powered by textbook material
Ans: (b)

39. Individual education program is planned with reference to …………… .
(a) Special Education Program
(b) Child-centered education program
(c) Open Schooling Program
(d) E-learning education program
Ans: (b)

40. While doing the given task, the child enjoys himself and enjoys the experience, It is called ……………… .
(a) Drill and practice work
(b) consumer type of work
(c) Formative type of work
(d) Problem type of work
Ans: (b)

41. Children learn effectively when –
(a) They remember the facts given in the textbook.
(b) They mimic the answers written by the teacher on the blackboard.
(c) They actively participate in various activities and functions.
(d) The teacher fully controls all the incidents and children in the classroom.
Ans: (c)

42. Questions to children in class-
(a) One should be discouraged to ask.
(b) Should not be allowed to ask.
(c) should stop asking
(d) should be prompted to ask.
Ans: (d)

43. In a progressive class—
(a) Passively acquired knowledge by the student.
(b) The knowledge is repeated in the same way by the student.
(c) Knowledge is memorized by the student according to the instructions of the teacher.
(d) Knowledge is structured by the student.
Ans: (d)

44. A teacher in a class is using a child centric approach to teach. This method is not suitable –
(a) for group conversation (b) for project method
(c) for performance (d) for Q&A
Ans: (c)

45. To ask students questions in class
(a) should be discouraged
(b) should inspire
(c) should be stopped
(d) should not be allowed
Ans: (b)

46. ​​The course should be –
(a) student centered (b) school centered
(c) Teacher-centered (d) None of these.
Ans: (a)

47. The term ‘Curriculum’ in the field of education indicates …………
(a) teaching method and subject matter to be studied
(b) Complete school program in which students gain daily experience
(c) evaluation process
(d) Textual material used in class
Ans: (b)

48. Activity based learning emphasizes ………… .
(a) active participation of all students
(b) to complete the activity in a fixed period
(c) play
(d) disciplined story
Ans: (a)

49. It is better to teach in mother tongue at the basic level.
(a) Will develop confidence in children
(b) will simplify learning
(c) will aid in intellectual development
(d) will help children to learn in natural environment
Ans: (d)

50. Which of the following should be well looked after in the teaching process?
(a) active participation of students
(b) Discipline and regular attendance
(c) diligence in checking homework
(d) Difficulty level of content
Ans: (a)

51. Accessor-centric method means
(a) Methods where learning involves the initiative and efforts of the learner
(b) Adopting methods in which the teacher is the main subject
(c) that teachers conclude for the learner themselves
(d) Traditional explanatory methods
Ans: (a)

52. Critical Shicshasha Cycle This conviction that-
(a) Learners should not argue freely
(b) What children learn outside school., It is irrelevant
(c) The experiences and observations of the learners are important
(d) A teacher should always lead classroom instruction
Ans: (c)

53. The least important reason for evaluation in child-centered education is-
(a) Monitoring their progress towards those goals
(b) Active participation of students in setting goals for their learning and development
(c) Determination of addressing any gaps
(d) Main content knowledge and skills
Ans: (d)

54. Child-centered education uses-
(a) Miscellaneous performance (b) Year-end evaluation
(c) linear performance (d) disciplinary force
Ans: (a)

55. In a class of 15 children where you have 15 different learning styles and children with 15 different personalities, Child-centered teaching-
(a) Develop a lesson plan with a teaching system.
(b) Seeing each child develops a lesson plan, what their needs are.
(c) Developing a lesson plan targeting the middle of the class’s potential.
(d) Develops a lesson plan that is suitable for everyone.
Ans: (b)

56. In child-centered education, What the child should learn, should be estimated as follows-
(a) through activities
(b) From the marks of their examination results
(c) Child’s ability, interest, ability and previous experience
(d) according to the child’s past experience
Ans: (c)

57. NCF 2005 in accordance with, mistakes are important because
(a) It is an important tool to classify students into ‘passed’ and ‘failed’ groups.
(b) It provides a way for teachers to scold children
(c) It provides insight into the idea of ​​the child and helps in identifying solutions.
(d) It provides half the space for the removal of some children in the class
Ans: (c)

58. The National Curriculum Framework 2005 has gained its understanding from ……… .
(a) Humanism (b) Pragmatism
(c) Constructivism (d) Cognitive theory
Ans: (c)

59. A child has some problem in seeing objects. Which school should he enroll on the basis of NCF-2005 ?
(a) Regular school (b) Special school
(c) inclusive school (d) integrated school
Ans: (c)

60. What type of teaching system does NCF-2005 encourage?
(a) inclusive (b) integrated
(c) special (d) regular
Ans: (a)

61. National Curriculum Framework  Recognizing the Religious and Cultural Diversity of India in 2005  Organizing programs to enhance the attitude of respect and responsibility towards women and collecting and showing documentaries and films through which justice and peace Increase, is suggested so that
(a) To teach peace
(b) To teach the values
(c) To teach citizenship
(d) None of these
Ans: (b)

62. National Curriculum Framework ^ Multilingualism has been endorsed as a resource in 2005 because
(a) It is a way in which every child feels safe
(b) No child should be left behind due to linguistic background
(c) It will encourage children to believe in themselves
(d) All of them.
Ans: (d)

63. National Curriculum Framework, 2005 has recommended some actions to promote peace education. Which of the following is listed in the curriculum outline?
(a) Programs should be organized to develop an attitude of respect and responsibility towards women.
(b) Teach moral education
(c) Peace education should be taught as a separate subject
(d) Peace education should be included in the curriculum.
Ans: (d)

64. National Curriculum Framework, Discussed in 2005
(a) Knowledge should be developed. A well-organized curriculum should be prescribed for teaching.
(b) Subject center from educational center
(c) From student centered to teacher centered
(d) None of these
Ans: (a)

65. The National Curriculum Framework 2005 has given more importance under the title ‘Quality dimension’.
(a) Physical resources
(b) Educated and motivated teachers
(c) Structured experiences in terms of knowledge for children
(d) Structured experience and curriculum improvement for children.
Ans: (d)

66. National Curriculum Framework, Which of the following exam related reforms has been suggested in 2005 ?
(a) Class- X examination electives
(b) Conducting state level examination at various stages of school education
(c) Elective to competitive entrance examinations
(d) All of them.
Ans: (a)

67. Which of the following is not a curriculum (NCF) 2005 Guidelines?
(a) Linking knowledge to the outside life of the school
(b) Freeing the school from rote system
(c) To teach in English language
(d) To provide all-round development opportunities to children
Ans: (c)

68. Which statement is not true in relation to the recommendations of the National Curriculum Framework 2005 ?
(a) Keeping universities free from politics
(b) Connecting knowledge with external life
(c) Respect for democratic values ​​of the nation
(d) Flexibility in examinations
Ans: (a)

69. National Curriculum Framework  Which of the following reforms has been suggested in the ‘Exam reforms’ under 2005 ?
(a) Open Book Examination
(b) Continuous / continuous and comprehensive evaluation
(c) Group work evaluation
(d) All of them.
Ans: (b)

69. Which of the following parts is not included in the Basic Principles of National Curriculum Framework 2005 (NCF-2005) ?
(a) Conducting good external examinations
(b) not giving importance to rote
(c) acquiring knowledge beyond books
(d) Connecting knowledge with real life
Ans: (a)

70. According to the recommendations of NCF, 2005 (NCF, 2005), there should be a method of assessment for students of class one and class two.
(a) On the basis of written test
(b) Based on oral test
(c) On the basis of written and oral test
(d) Based on observation
Ans: (d)

71. The framework of the National Curriculum is contained in the 2005 document for the language
(a) one language (b) two languages
(c) three language (d) multi language
Ans: (c)

72. According to the National Curriculum Framework (NCF), 2005, the teacher’s role is-
(a) Dictatorial (b) Permissible
(c) facilitator (d) authoritarian
Ans: (c)

73. According to the National Curriculum Framework, 2005, learning is ………… and ………… in its nature .
(a) inactive; Simple (b) active; Social
(c) inactive; Social (d) active; easy
Ans: (b)

74. NCF 2005 Which statement is true of the following in relation to?
(a) It is a constitutional amendment in relation to school education in India
(b) It is a document prepared by NCERT, which presents recommendations regarding school education in India.
(c) It is a document signed by UNESCO and India regarding qualitative education in India.
(d) none of the above
Ans: (b)

75. NCF 2005 (NCF, 2005) in accordance with the recommendations of the class should be a class and method of evaluation for two students
(a) On the basis of written test
(b) Based on oral test
(c) On the basis of written and oral test
(d) Based on observation
Ans: (d)

76. Which of the following parts is not included in the basic principles of the National Curriculum Framework 2005 (NCF-2005) ?
(a) Conducting good external examinations
(b) not giving importance to rote
(c) acquiring knowledge other than books
(d) Connecting knowledge with real life
Ans: (a)

77. Which statement is not true in relation to the recommendations of the National Curriculum Framework 2005 ?
(a) Keeping universities free from politics
(b) Connecting knowledge with external life
(c) Respect for democratic values ​​of the nation
(d) Flexibility in examinations
Ans: (a)

78. According to the National Curriculum Framework, 2005, the main objective of teaching mathematics is-
(a) To give children knowledge of arithmetic.
(b) To inculcate interest in children towards mathematics.
(c) To develop logical thinking and problem solving abilities in children.
(d) To develop emotional development of children.
Ans: (c)

79. ” The curriculum is such that re knowledge of textbook : to nurture their curiosity to children instead of submitting to get their voices, work, ask questions and investigate and share their experiences and Enable to connect with the knowledge of the school . ”- National Curriculum Framework 2005, p.13 In this background  What should be the primary role of a teacher?
(a) To give children ample opportunities to share their own understanding and knowledge.
(b) Focusing on textbooks by discarding children’s experiences.
(c) To complete the textbook studies sequentially.
(d) Ensuring that the teacher asks good questions and the students write the answers in their answer book.
Ans: (a)

80 Free : Free and Compulsory Education Child Rights Act, 2009 free of divyanga children : Free ensure the rights of education is
(a) From 6 years to 18 years
(b) From 3 years to 18 years
(c) From 6 years to 14 years
(d) From 6 years to 22 years
Ans: (a)

81. Among the following structures, the Right to Education Act 2009 advocates?
(a) inclusive education (b) desegregation
(c) Mainstream teaching (d) Integrated education
Ans: (a)

82. From which year did the Right to Education Act (RTE Act) come into effect?
(a) 2009 (b) 2010
(c) 2005 (d) 2001
Ans: (b)

83. Right to Education Act  The concept of ‘inclusive education’ mentioned in 2009 is based on which of the following?
(a) Rights-based humanitarian perspective
(b) primarily : to provide business education to include mainstream disabled children.
(c) behaviorist theory
(d) A sympathetic attitude towards disabled children
Ans: (a)

84. With which amendment of the constitution has education become a fundamental right?
(a) 86th amendment (b) 25th amendment
(c) 52nd amendment (d) 22nd amendment
Ans: (a)

85. After the implementation of the Right to Education Act – 2009, the classroom –
(a) Unaffected, because the right to education does not affect the average age of the class in the school
(b) is more homogeneous according to gender
(c) is more homogeneous by age
(d) is more heterogeneous by age
Ans: (c)

86. The Right to Free and Compulsory Education of Children Act 2009 has not taken care of which of the following?
(a) To provide training facilities to teachers
(b) Ensuring entry of wandering children
(c) Determining Academic Calendar
(d) Education after 14 years.
Ans: (d)

87. Free : Free and compulsory education of children’s rights, in 2009 the Anrtgt, can not be imposed for which of the following to any teacher?
(a) In the census to be held after ten years
(b) In disaster relief work
(c) In election related work
(d) In Pulse Polio Program.
Ans: (d)

88. The Right to Education Act  2009 prescribes minimum working hours per week for a teacher
(a) forty hours (b) forty five hours
(c) fifty hours (d) fifty five hours.
Ans: (b)

89. Right to Education Act, In 2009, a teacher must fulfill which of the following obligations?
(a) Must attend school regularly on time
(b) To complete the operation of the course
(c) The entire syllabus has to be completed on the scheduled time
(d) All of them.
Ans: (d)

90. The Right to Education Act 2009 specifies that if the number of admitted students from class – 1 to class- 5 is more than two hundred, then the student-teacher will be the required ratio
(a) thirty (b) forty
(c) forty five (d) fifty
Ans: (b)

91. Free for whom the Constitution of India : Free compulsory education?
(a) For all students
(b) For all children up to 14 years old
(c) For all students and adults
(d) For all citizens
Ans: (b)

92. The Right to Education Act 2009 does not apply
(A) Free : Disabled Children
(b) Children aged 6 – 14
(c) Children between 14 – 18 years of age
(d) Regular attendance of children
Ans: (c)

93. Free for children : Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 is applicable to
(a) 6 – 14 years (b) 7 – 13 years
(c) 5 – 11 years (d) 6 – 12 years
Ans: (a)

94. The Right to Education Act, 2009 by 6 to 14 into the mainstream of education for children of school age years that had not or schooling incomplete leaving Hetu-
(a) Emphasis is on applying special curricula.
(b) Emphasis is on implementing special training.
(c) There is talk of opening a separate school.
(d) There is talk of appointing a teacher separately.
Ans: (b)

95. Which article of the Constitution 6 – L4 Age category For children : covers free and compulsory education a right?
(a) Article 26 (b) Article 15
(c) Article 45 (d) Article 21A
Ans: (d)

96. According to the Right to Education Act, 2009, children with special needs should study-
(a) In vocational training centers that will prepare them for life skills
(b) With parents and caregivers at home who provide them the necessary support
(c) In special schools specially designed for them
(d) In the inclusive education system with the provision that their individual needs can be met
Ans: (d)

97. Free : Free and compulsory education authority in 2009 meaning of the word mandatory in
(a) Appropriate governments will ensure admission, attendance and completion of elementary education.
(b) To avoid punitive work, parents have been compulsorily stressed to send their children to school.
(c) Compulsory education will be imparted through continuous testing
(d) The Central Government will ensure admission, attendance and completion of elementary education.
Ans: (a)

98. Class room after the implementation of Right to Education Act 2009
(a) are more homogeneous according to gender
(b) Are more homologous by age
(c) is more heterogeneous by age
(d) unaffected, because the right to education does not affect the average age of the class in the school
Ans: (b)

99. R . T . E . According to Act 2009, how many hours per week the teachers have to work in primary schools?
(a) 30 hours (b) 45 hours
(c) 42 hours (d) 50 hours
Ans: (b)

100. The RTE Act was enacted in this year :
(a) 2010 (b) 2008
(c) 2011 (d) 2009
Ans: (a)

101. According to naturalism the center of education should be
(a) teacher (b) child
(c) Course (d) None of the above
Ans: (b)

102. Mahatma Gandhi has emphasized which course for basic education?
(a) choreographed (b) handicraft centered
(c) Book Focused (d) Music Focused
Ans: (b)

103. It is important for the teacher to enable students to think independently and become effective learners.
(a) To teach students how to monitor their learning.
(b) To award them for every success achieved by the students.
(c) To provide information in small units or sections.
(d) to present information in a unified way so again : are easy to remember.
Ans: (a)

104. Child-centered education was supported by which of the following thinkers?
(A) Charles Darwin (b) b . F . Skinner
(c) John Duv (d) Eric Erickson
Ans: (c)

105. With reference to progressive education, which of the following statements is appropriate according to John DV?
(a) Democracy should have no place in the classroom
(b) Students should be able to solve social problems on their own
(c) Curiosity is not inherent in the nature of the students but should be traction / promotion
(d) Observe students in class and not listen
Ans: (b)

106. Examples of ‘lab schools’ supported by John DUV are –
(a) Public school (b) Normal school
(c) factory school (d) progressive school
Ans: (d)

107. Theorists remembered as “fathers of progressive education” are-
(a) Federic Froebel (b) John D.V.
(c) Jean Piaget (d) Graham Gibbs
Ans: (b)

108. When the teacher has positive confidence about the students and their abilities then the student—
(a) become relaxed and stop making any kind of effort to learn.
(b) Enthusiasm dissolves and they come under pressure.
(c) are not affected in any way.
(d) Keen and motivated to learn.
Ans: (d)

109. A teacher should-
(a) He encourages children from particular cultures / communities.
(b) He should ignore cultural variations and diversity among students.
(c) Communicate that she respects and values ​​all cultures in the classroom.
(d) He should maximize the comparison between students.
Ans: (c)

110. While teaching a child with a single parent, the teacher
(a) This fact should be ignored and such child should be treated like other children.
(b) This type of child should be treated differently
(c) Such children should be given less homework
(d) Provide stable and uniform environment
Ans: (a)

111. A key feature of a child-centered class is that it has
(a) The role of the teacher is to present the knowledge for learning and to assess the learners on standard norms.
(b) Under the guidance of the teacher, the learners are made responsible for building their own understanding.
(c) Force and psychological control are exercised by the teacher, which determines the learning path and behavior of children
(d) The teacher sets uniform patterns of behavior for the children and gives them appropriate rewards when they follow them.
Ans: (b)

112. A learner will be a teacher in a focused classroom.
(a) Encouraging children to compete with each other for points to facilitate learning
(b) Using lecture method to explain the main facts and later assessing the students for their awareness
(c) Demonstrate the kind of expectations she expects of her students and then guide the children to do the same.
(d) Employing such methods in which learners are encouraged to take initiative for their own learning
Ans: (d)

113. It is important to be an effective teacher
(a) Emphasis on writing the answers of the book
(b) focus on individual learning rather than group activity
(c) Ignoring the disruption caused by students asking questions
(d) Stay in contact with each child
Ans: (d)

114. Which of the following best / appropriately describes the role of a teacher in a secondary school classroom?
(a) To provide opportunities for discussions
(b) Encouraging learners to compete for first place
(c) Discourage multi-perspective and focus on one-dimensional perspective
(d) Using Powerpoint presentation to deliver lectures
Ans: (a)

115. Knowing the naive concepts of children reaching the classroom
(a) hinders teacher’s planning and teaching
(b) Defeats the teacher’s morale as it increases his workload
(c) Does not serve any purpose of the teacher
(d) It is helpful for the teacher to plan to make his teaching more meaningful
Ans: (d)

116. In a progressive classroom system, the teacher facilitates learning by providing an environment which is—
(a) encourages search
(b) is the regulator
(c) discourages inclusion
(d) boosts frequency
Ans: (a)

117. In order to help the learners acquire knowledge, what should teachers focus on?
(a) Ensuring that learners remember everything
(b) On the marks / grades obtained by the learner
(c) Involving the learner for active participation
(d) Acquiring skills in learning concepts by the learner
Ans: (c)

118. To facilitate the learning of children, teachers need to create a good classroom environment. Which one of the following statements is not correct to create this type of learning environment?
(a) Approval of the child’s efforts
(b) Working according to teachers
(c) Accepting the child
(d) Teacher’s positive attitude
Ans: (b)

119. In an effective classroom :
(a) Children seek help from the teacher for guidance and support to facilitate their learning.
(b) Children are always eager and ready, because the teacher regularly takes the exam to assess their recollection ability.
(c) Children are afraid of the teacher, because he uses verbal and corporal punishment.
(d) Children do not respect the teacher and do as they like.
Ans: (a)

120. Children have the ability to create knowledge and construct meaning. In this perspective the role of a teacher is-
(a) The coordinator
(b) Communicator and lecturer
(c) facilitator
(d) Director’s
Ans: (c)

123. According to National Education Policy 1986, investment on education should be the percentage of total national production
(a) 6% (b) 10% (c) 4% (d) 3%
Ans: (a)

124. ‘Operation Black Board’ was the result-
(a) Kothari Commission
(b) National syllabus – 2005
(c) National Educational Scheme – 1986
(d) National course composition – 2000
Ans: (c)

125. What is the full form of NCTE ?
(a) National Council of Technical Education
(b) National Curriculum for Technical Education
(c) National Council of Teacher Education
(d) National Curriculum for Teacher Education
Ans: (c)

126. c . B . S . E . Proposed group-project activity ….. is a powerful tool.
(a) To remove stress from everyday learning
(b) To propagate the concept of unity in diversity
(c) To facilitate social participation
(d) Lightening the load of teachers
Ans: (c)

129. Ann . C . E . R . T . When was the National Curriculum Framework introduced?
(a) 1986 (b) 1992
(c) 2005 (d) 2009
Ans: (c)

130. Ann . C . E . R . T . Has accepted which of the following values ​​in educational context?
(a) Cleanliness and truth (b) Labor
(c) Equality and cooperation (d) All of the above
Ans: (d)

131. The main reason for starting the mid-day meal program in primary schools is-
(a) Expanding society
(b) to increase employment
(c) Increase enrollment number
(d) Developing teachers
Ans: (c)

132. N Which of the following areas . C . E . R . T . Using Psychology?
(a) Production of textbooks (b) School organization
(c) Determination of subject (d) Financial assistance
Ans: (a)

133. Which one of these articles says that minorities based on religion and language can run educational institutions according to their own?
(a) Article 29 (1) (b) Article 29 (2)
(c) Article 30 (1) (d) Article 30 (2)
Ans: (c)

134. Which of the following agency is responsible for preparing the curriculum framework for school education in India?
(c) NCTE (d) RCI
Ans: (a)

135. c . B . S . E . The group-project activity proposed by …………. is a powerful tool
(a) To propagate the concept of unity in unity
(b) To facilitate social participation
(c) Lightening the load of teachers
(d) To remove stress from everyday learning
Ans: (b)

136. What is the full form of NCTE ?
(a) National Council to Technical Education
(b) National Curriculum Technical Education
(c) National Council for Teacher Education
(d) National Curriculum for Teacher Education
Ans: (c)

137. Formulates curriculum from class I to VIII at state level-
(a) SCERT (b) NCTE
(c) NCERT (d) Cement
Ans: (a)

138. c . B . S . E . Recommends group activities instead of individual activities for learners. The idea behind doing this may be.
(a) Overcoming negative emotional reactions to individual competition that may generalize over the entire learning
(b) To simplify the teacher’s work by observing in groups in place of each learner
(c) Making the time available with the schools relevant when most of them do not have enough time for personal activities
(d) Reducing the structural cost of the activity
Ans: (a)

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