Q1. As a teacher, what type of strategy you will follow in an inclusive classroom?
(a) All the above
(b) Only peer tutoring
(c) Only Cooperative learning
(d) Only Collaborative learning
Q2. A Person with capacities to respond appropriately to the moods, temperaments, Motivations, and desires of other people have good _____ intelligence.
(a) Intrapersonal (b) Interpersonal
(c) Naturalist (d) Spatial
Q3. What type of learner is a child who learns best by taking notes during class and reading them aloud before a test?
(a) Reading/writing learner
(b) Visual learner
(c) Cognitive learner
(d) Descriptive learner
Q4. What type of parenting style is characterized by giving no rules or structure to children?
(a) Enmeshed (b) Permissive
(c) Authoritative (d) Authoritarian
Q5. What phenomenon is experienced when one knows a person’s name but cannot remember it in the moment?
(a) Tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
(b) Recognition error
(d) Retrieval cue
Q6. What theory focuses on the degree to which new information is mentally analyzed?
(a) Information processing theory
(b) Relational analytical theory
(c) Levels of processing theory
(d) Deep level processing theory
Q7. Impulsivity is a characteristic of the following disorder.
(a) Eating Disorder
(b) Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(c) Learning disorder
(d) Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Q8. Who among the following is not a learning theorist?
(a) E.L. Thorndike (b) E. Erikson
(c) B.F. Skinner (d) Ivan Pavlov
Q9. According to Vygotsky, adults can help a child learn by building upon their knowledge with new knowledge using______ techniques.
(a) Scaffolding (b) Psychological
(c) Proximal development (d) Ethological
Q10. According to Jerome Bruner, ______ representation involves encoding action based information and storing it in our memory.
(a) Iconic (b) Figurative
(c) Enactive (d) Symbolic
Q11. Principle of ‘zero rejection’ means–
(a) No child with disability will-be denied opportunity to education.
(b) No child with disability will be discriminated upon.
(c) No child with disability will be given admission.
(d) No child disability can be served in regular school setting.
Q12. The Big five personality traits is also known as______
(a) BROOK scale (b) RIVER scale
(c) OCEAN scale (d) CANOI scale
Q13. The famous psychologist who established the study of genetic epistemology which explains the process of how people develop cognitively from birth throughout their lives is:
(a) Arnold Gesell (b) BF Skinner
(c) Howard Gardner (d) Jean Piaget
Q14. The cells in the body that conduct information to and from the brain are:
(a) Reproductive cells (b) Muscle cells
(c) Nerve cells (d) Blood cells
Q15. Assuming another person’s perspective is known as:
(a) Role strain (b) Role making
(c) Role distance (d) Role taking
Q16. Which sense takes the longest to develop?
(a) Smell (b) Hearing
(c) Taste (d) Vision
Q17. Which of the following is the final stage of reasoning in post-conventional morality according to Kohlberg?
(a) Morality of universal ethical principles
(b) Morality of contract
(c) Orientation toward punishment and obedience
(d) Social concern and conscience
Q18. Grade acceleration is recommended for educating the ______ children.
(a) Normal (b) Disadvantaged
(c) Gifted (d) Backward
Q19. According to Freud, the term hysteria describes:
(a) A phobia of animals.
(b) A phobia of people
(c) The physical reaction to mental trauma
(d) The physical reaction to emotional trauma
Q20. Behaviorism was founded by
(a) Tolman (b) John B. Watson
(c) B. F. Skinner (d) Thorndike
Q21. Which of the following is not a characteristic of the discussion method of instruction?
(a) The Learners are trained for reflective thinking.
(b) It involves competitive cooperation.
(c) It is an oral and written method of instruction.
(d) It is a group centered process.
Q22. The shape of one’s nose is determined by:
(a) Geography (b) Environment
(c) Heredity (d) Culture
Q23. Learning should be focused on:
(a) What child is learning (b) Performance
(c) Getting job (d) Marks/grades
Q24. According Jean Piaget, children develop abstract logic and reasoning skill during______
(a) Concrete operational stage
(b) Formal operational stage
(c) Preoperational stage
Q25. The method which is based on the fact that students learn association, activity and cooperation is known as :
(a) Problem-solving (b) Project
(c) Demonstration (d) Discussion
Q26. Inclusive education requires that schools should be free from the effects of negative forms of______.
(a) Imbalance (b) Differentiation
(c) Diversity (d) Discrimination
Q27. A commercial advertisement of food produces saliva in our mouth. This is because of______.
(a) Operant conditioning (b) Sign learning
(c) Classical conditioning (d) Latent learning
Q28. ______helps the visually challenged people to read and write using finger tips and special aids.
(a) Lovass (b) Braille
(c) Idea books (d) Idea starter
Q29. According to John dewey, the teacher plays the role of a ______ in the learning process.
(a) Guide (b) Facilitator
(c) Partner (d) Philosopher
Q30. Stress affects learning negatively by:
(a) Causing learners to act out or zone out.
(b) Teaching learners to improve their behavior.
(c) Encouraging learners to discuss their problems with peer.
(d) Releasing adrenaline.