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1 Slide 1 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome BackgroundsCommunication! Midterm Part 1

2 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Communication Game Board Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category Final Challenge Final Challenge

3 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 Answer In the progressively oriented classroom, the teacher serves as… A - an instructor charged with explaining the great axioms of the human experience. B – a facilitator to help students discover meaning in existence. C - a guide whose primary responsibility is to facilitate student learning. D - the active provider of information to an essentially passive audience. Question? C - a guide whose primary responsibility is to facilitate student learning.

4 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 Answer John B. Watson ( ) and B. F. Skinner ( ) are most closely associated with which branch of psychology?… A - reverse B - humanistic C - School D - behavioristic Questions

5 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 Answer Constructivism is based on the notion that… A - learning is essentially passive. B - knowledge is constructed by learners. C - learners and learning are constant over time. D - the old models of thinking and learning are the most dependable. Question? B - knowledge is constructed by learners.

6 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 Answer All of the following may be early indicators of students with learning disabilities except… A - highly developed social skills. B - impulsiveness. C - poor motor coordination. D - hyperactive behavior, exhibited through excessive movement. Question? A - highly developed social skills.

7 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 Answer Which of the following is a child who is not eligible for special education services?… A - a child without a disability who is failing in school. B - a child with AIDS C - a child with a learning disability. D - a child with a speech impairment. Question? A - a child without a disability who is failing in school.

8 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Answer The integration of all students with disabilities into general education classes and school life with the active support of special educators and other specialists is called… A – integration. B – mainstreaming. C – inclusion. D - reverse mainstreaming. Question? C – inclusion.

9 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Answer Which of the following is not a definition of a standard?… A - criteria. B - promotion of methodological alignment C - a level of skill D - a level of knowledge Question? B - promotion of methodological alignment

10 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Answer Content Standards are often subdivided into… A – World Class Standards. B - State Standards. C - Professional Standards. D - Benchmarks. Question?

11 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Answer Which of the following statements most accurately reflects the meaning of "standards-based education" (SBE)?… A - basing curricula, teaching, and student assessment on rigorous standards. B - using corporate business practices to manage K-12 schools. C - placing more control of school curricula in the hands of classroom teachers. D - returning schools to the more demanding student behavioral expectations of the past. Question? A - basing curricula, teaching, and student assessment on rigorous standards.

12 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Answer A "performance standard" specifies… A - the conditions under which students demonstrate knowledge. B - how good is good enough. C - the audience for whom standards are created. D - the terminal expectation of individual student learning. Question? B - how good is good enough.

13 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 Answer Which of the following accurately reflects how performance standards differ from content standards?… A - Performance standards tend to be more valid than content standards. B - Performance standards reflect levels of proficiency, content standards do not. C - Content standards tend to be more reliable than performance standards. D - Content standards are developed principally by textbook publishers, performance standards by classroom teachers. Question? B - Performance standards reflect levels of proficiency, content standards do not.

14 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 Answer When teachers within a specific grade level coordinate instruction across disciplines and examine their school's curriculum to ensure that course content and instruction mesh across and/or within subject areas, they are said to be concerned with A - curriculum resource development. B - horizontal alignment. C - internal validity. D - curriculum frameworking. Question? B - horizontal alignment.

15 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 Answer Vertical curriculum alignment occurs when… A - instructional methodologies are connected across grade levels so that students experience increasingly vague instruction as they move through the grades. B - school administrators coordinate instruction across disciplines and examine curriculum to ensure that course content and instruction are compatible. C - teachers coordinate instruction across disciplines and examine curriculum to ensure that course content and instruction are compatible. D - subjects are connected across grade levels so that students experience increasingly complex instructional programs as they move through the grades. Question?

16 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 Answer Which of the following is not true of horizontal curriculum alignment? … A - ensures that subjects are connected across grade levels B - is centered within a special grade level C - seeks to ensure that course content and instruction match across or within subject areas D - involves teachers examining curriculum across disciplines Question? A - ensures that subjects are connected across grade levels

17 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 Answer What are the two forms "curriculum alignment" may take? … A - subject-centered and learner- centered B - positive and negative C - parallel and nonparallel D - horizontal and vertical Question?

18 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 Answer According to the authors of your text, a society like the United States, "rich in ethnicities, religions, nationalities, and language groups," needs standards that are… A - rigorous and unique to each societal group. B – easy to accomplish in order to promote a sense of "I can do it" in all students. C – rigorous and common to all. D - as diverse as the population. Question? C – rigorous and common to all.

19 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 Answer According to the authors of your text, when children move from one major city in the United States to another, they should find in the new location a curriculum that is… A - unique to their new home. B - unique to their old home. C - based on local concepts of truth and justice. D - recognizable from their previous school experience. Question?

20 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 Answer The authors of your textbook argue that sanctions imposed on low-performing schools will… A - not ensure that low-performing schools will be taken over by the federal government. B - not ensure that students in those schools are not left behind. C - result in overall gains among students. D - ensure that students in those schools will progress equally. Question? B - not ensure that students in those schools are not left behind.

21 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 Answer Classroom assessment provides information teachers use in all of the following ways except… A – to develop strategies for improving teacher effectiveness. B – to determine if students have reached certain levels of performance. C – to determine how well students are learning the material being taught. D - to regularize feedback to students to save time for teachers. Question?

22 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 Answer When teachers measure students' attainment of knowledge and skills for the purpose of making decisions about their teaching, they are engaged in… A - summative evaluation. B - formative evaluation. C – alternative assessment. D - measurement. Question? B - formative evaluation.

23 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Answer Which of the following is not an example of authentic assessment?… A - producing a video about the community B - making a map C - writing the formula for area of a rectangle on a test D - writing a brochure promoting a local school Question? C - writing the formula for area of a rectangle on a test

24 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Answer Encouraging students to develop their own responses to problem situations by allowing them to decide what information is relevant and how that information should be organized and used is an example of… A - formative assessment. B - authentic assessment. C – curricular control. D - summative evaluation. Question? B - authentic assessment.

25 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Answer "Telling the story of a learner's growth in proficiency, long- term achievement, and significant accomplishments in a given academic area" exemplify the benefits of which of the following?… A - formative assessment B - pre-test evaluation C - portfolio assessment D - performance-based assessment Question? C - portfolio assessment

26 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Answer Performance-based assessment focuses on students' ability to… A - judge the value of material based on specific criteria. B - recall previously learned material. C - create new products. D - apply knowledge, skills, and work habits. Question?

27 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Answer Most assessment approaches seek to answer the question, "Do students know content?" Performance-based assessment helps to answer what other important question?… A – Can students reproduce what they know on tests? B – Do students commit information to memory efficiently? C – How well can students use what they know? D - Are students capable of creative thought? Question? C – How well can students use what they know?

28 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Final Challenge! Answer In a classroom, the physical characteristics of the setting and the social dimensions of the group interact to shape… A - a social/emotional context. B - the environmental press. C - the classroom culture. D - classroom traditions. Question? C - the classroom culture. Write Your Final Challenge Wager


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