Q1. The theorist associated with Concept Attainment Model is:
(a) Jerome S. Bruner (b) David Ausubel
(c) Jean Piaget (d) Lev Vygotsky
Q2. Select the personality traits put forwarded by Allport:
(a) Primary, secondary, tertiary
(b) Cognitive, emotional, physiological
(c) ID, ego, supergo
(d) Cardinal, central, secondary
Q3. When was KCF formed?
(a) 2005 (b) 2006
(c) 2007 (d) 2008
Q4. Imagine you are bicycling in a race. Which of the following the BEST example of an extrinsic motivation for this activity?
(a) Biking to enjoy the fresh air
(b) Raising money for a charity you believe in
(c) Crowds cheering when you get a trophy
(d) To increase your health through exercise.
Q5. Teacher uses Projective test for revealing the:
(a) Conscious (b) Unconscious
(c) Aptitude (d) Intelligence
Q6. When we make use of many experiences and examples for arriving at a generalized principle or conclusion, it is known as:
(a) Inductive Reasoning
(b) Hypothetico deductive reasoning
(c) Deductive reasoning
(d) Transudative reasoning
Q7. Select the correct combination related to Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation (CCE):
(a) To develop cognitive, psychomotor skills and to make comparison between them.
(b) To determine social utility and to maintain desired standard of perfor-mance.
(c) To Label the students and collect information continuously and record them.
(d) To mark the poor, intelligent, inefficient and apply child centered methods of teaching.
Q8. Which of the following is not a gestalt principle?
(a) Law of Proximity (b) Law of Disuse
(c) Law of Closure (d) Law of Pragnanz
Q9. Naturally occurring response in learning theory is called:
(a) Conditioned response
(b) Aversive response
(c) Unconditioned response
(d) Vicarious response
Q10. Select the most suitable technique to deal with dyscalculia:
(a) Occupational therapy
(b) Multi-sensory language approach
(c) Inductive approach
(d) Peer assistance using diagram
Q11. Anitha is friendly, always willing to help others and compassionate. While considering Gardner’s theory, it can assume that Anitha has high:
(a) Intrapersonal Intelligence
(b) Existential Intelligence
(c) Spatial Intelligence
(d) Interpersonal Intelligence
Q12. Before the athletic race, John says to his coach ” I know I can do well in this race” This is the example for John’s:
(a) Self-efficacy (b) Over confidence
(c) Self boasting (d) Intrinsic Motivation
Q13. In Erikson’s model, the key challenge of young adulthood is:
(a) Trust Vs Mistrust
(b) Intimacy Vs Isolation
(c) Identity Vs Role confusion
(d) Integrity Vs Despair
Q14. The MMPI is used to assess
(a) Memory (b) Intelligence
(c) Personality (d) Creativity
Q15. Heuristics are:
(b) Problem Solving Technique
(d) None of the above
Q16. Select the correct one. According to Skinner:
(a) Punishment can strengthen the behavior.
(b) Punishment and reinforcement are the same.
(c) Behavior can’t be modified.
(d) Behavior is innate.
Q17. Sruthi is an 8th standard student, she has very high achievement scores high in all subjects except mathematics. She has some particular difficulty in doing addition, subtraction, division and multiplication, here we can assume that she is having:
(a) Dyslexia (b) Dysgraphia
(c) Dyscalculia (d) Dyspraxia
Q18. Choose the correct one for ECCE:
(a) Education for Creative Children with Exceptionalities.
(b) Education of Creative Children and Empowerment.
(c) Early Childhood Care for Exceptional.
(d) Early Childhood Care and Education
Q19. The name William Stern is closely associated with:
(a) Emotional Quotient (b) Multiple Intelligence
(c) Intelligence Test (d) Intelligence Quotient
Q20. According to Thurstone how many primary mental abilities are there?
(a) 5 (b) 6
(c) 7 (d) 8
Q21. Triple Track Plan is programme designed for:
(a) Mentally Challenged
(b) Socially Disadvantaged
(c) Intellectually Gifted
(d) Culturally Deprived
Q22. Piaget used the term “Schemata” to refer to the cognitive structures underlying organized patterns of:
(a) Behavior (b) Experience
(c) Operations (d) Concept
Q23. Kohlberg proposed a stage theory of:
(a) Social Development
(b) Psycho-social Development
(c) Cognitive Development
(d) Moral Development
Q24. Choose the most appropriate combination from the list for “Teacher maturity”:
(a) Dependent, Subordinate position, Limited Behavior, Deep interests
(b) Active, Limited behavior, Long time perspective, Superordinate position
(c) Active, Superordinate position, Deep interests, Long time perspective
(d) Shallow interest, Short time perspective, Passivity, Independence
Q25. You look at a picture for several seconds, and then close your eyes tightly. You attempted to visualize the picture of that you viewed, here you tried to utilize the visual sensory memory which is named as:
(a) Echoic Memory (b) Iconic Memory
(c) Semantic Memory (d) Long-term Memory
Q26. The best remedy of the student’s problems related to learning is:
(a) Suggestion for hard work
(b) Supervised study in library
(c) Suggestion for private tuition
(d) Diagnostic teaching
Q27. The third stage of creative thinking is:
(a) Thinking (b) Incubation
(c) Illumination (d) Verification
Q28. Choose the correct one which does not belong to the category of basic needs?
(a) Food and Water (b) Water and Rest
(c) Food and Safety (d) Rest and Safety
Q29. Who is known as the father of Inclusive Education?
(a) Allen Bloom (b) Ovide Decroly
(c) John Dewey (d) Lev Vygotsky
Q30. Writing the learner’s response chalk board is a sub skill of:
(a) Non-verbal reinforcement
(b) Verbal reinforcement
(c) Questioning skill
(d) Stimulus variation