Q1. Lewin’s field theory can be expressed by the formula:
(a) F = B(p, e) (b) B = f(p, e)
(c) F = (l, e) (d) B = (h, e)
Q2. The curriculum constructed by Kerala State, rooted on the ideas articulated in the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) is named as:
(a) KCF 2007 (b) KCF 2005
(c) KSCF 2007 (d) KSCF 2005
Q3. A specific learning disability that affects reading and related language-based processing skills can be called:
(a) Dysgraphia (b) Dyslexia
(c) Dyscalculia (d) Dyspraxia
Q4. Which stage is not involved in the memory process?
(a) Interference (b) Encoding
(c) Storage (d) Retrieval
Q5. Which of the following is a developmental disorder?
(a) Conduct disorder (b) Autism
(c) Depression (d) Phobia
Q6. An Act of the Parliament of India which describes the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between the age of 6 to 14 years is:
(a) NCF (b) KCF
(c) RTE (d) PWD
Q7. According to Piaget, the cognitive process that manages how we take in new information and incorporate that new information into our existing knowledge is:
(a) Accommodation (b) Assimilation
(c) Shaping (d) Insight
Q8. Which of the following strategy is most suitable for inclusive education?
(a) Multi-sensory teaching
(b) Peer Tutoring
(c) Co-operative learning
(d) All the above
Q9. National Curriculum Framework (NCF) was framed in:
(a) 2004 (b) 2005
(c) 2003 (d) 2009
Q10. Kohlberg’s theory is based on:
(a) Psychosocial development
(b) Moral development
(c) Social development
(d) Cognitive development
Q11. Motivation comes from within the student or from factors inherent in the task being performed is called:
(a) Intrinsic motivation (b) Extrinsic motivation (c) Reinforcement
Q12. Assessment that measures a student’s performance based on mastery of a specific set of skills:
(a) Criterion referenced
(b) Norm referenced
(c) Benchmark assessment
(d) Diagnostic assessment
Q13. The personal and corporate rules that govern behaviour within the context of a particular profession:
(a) Balanced personality
(b) Emotional maturity
(d) Professional ethics
Q14. Which of the following is not a developmental task of adolescent?
(a) Learning to get along with friends of both sexes.
(b) Becoming more self-sufficient.
(c) Making decisions about marriage and family life.
(d) Grasping leads to other fine motor skills.
Q15. Which of the following is not a learner centred teaching strategy?
(a) Co-operative Learning
(b) Brain storming
(d) Direct instruction
Q16. Which among the following is the least affecting factor in learning?
(a) Motivation (b) Social status
(c) Intelligence (d) Interest
Q17. Behaviours are acquired through associations between stimuli and responses. The theory associated with this view is:
(d) Gestalt Theory
Q18. An unconscious process where painful experience, shameful thoughts etc. are removed from conscious mind by pushing down them to unconscious mind.
(a) Regression (b) Suppression
(c) Aggression (d) Repression
Q19. Memory that allows recall for a period of several seconds to a minute without rehearsal. It termed as:
(a) Sensory memory (b) Short term memory
(c) Long term memory (d) Episodic memory
Q20. The influence of friends, especially of adolescence, and most often a major contributor to the initiation of substance abuse is:
(a) Peer pressure
(b) Group pressure
(d) Intra personal relationship
Q21. A good description of progressive teacher is:
(a) Follows traditional style of teaching
(b) Reservoir of content knowledge
(c) Allows flexibility in classroom
(d) Follows linear instruction
Q22. According to Gagne’s hierarchy of learning, which of the following does not focus on the cognitive aspects?
(a) Problem solving (b) Principle learning
(c) Signal learning (d) Concept learning
Q23. The humanistic model of hierarchy of needs was developed by
(a) Carl Rogers (b) Eric Berne
(c) Abraham Maslow (d) Erikson
Q24. The application of skills, knowledge and attitudes that were learned in one situation is transferred to another learning situation is called:
(c) Transfer of learning
(d) Principles of learning
Q25. Chief exponent of Social constructivism:
(a) Vygotsky (b) Gagne
(c) Piaget (d) Ausubel
Q26. A system of school-based evaluation of students that covers all aspects of students development.
(a) Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation
(b) Formative Evaluation
(c) Summative Evaluation
(d) Product Evaluation
Q27. Learning Theory that focuses on reinforcement is:
(a) Skinner’s Operant Conditioning
(b) Thorndike’s Trial and Error
(c) Pavlov’s Conditioning
(d) Gestalt Theory
Q28. The period during which the reproductive system matures can be termed as:
(a) Childhood (b) Puberty
(c) Later adolescence (d) Adulthood
Q29. According to Piaget’s sensorimotor stage, the objects continue to exist even when they are hidden from view. This is termed as:
(a) Assimilation (b) Object permanence
(c) Visualisation (d) Accommodation
Q30. Which among the following is not a trait of gifted student?
(a) Unusual alertness (b) Excellent memory
(c) Rapid learner (d) Stupidity