B.ed Code 8611 Quiz Answers Part 2

B.ed Code 8611 Quiz Answers Part 2

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B.ed Code 8611 Quiz Answers Part 2

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B.ed code 8611 Quiz Answers Part 2

The evaluation body for B.ED , M.ED. M PHIL and PHD programs is the __ with which the pre-service institution is affiliated.
a) Board of intermediate and secondary education
b) Wifaq-ul-madaris
c) University (Right Answer)
d) All of the above

Referring to three levels of national professional standards for teachers, valuing the fair and objective assessment of students without biasness is example of _.
a) Knowledge
b) Skills
c) Disposition (Right Answer)
d) None of the above

Teacher education = teaching skills = professional skills.
a) Pedagogical theory (Right Answer)
b) Personality development
c) Intelligent quotient
d) Emotional intelligence

NCHD Stands for _
a) National committee for health development
b) National commission for human development (Right Answer)
c) National council for holistic development
d) National commission for hotel development

Mode of learning is flexible in __.
a) Open learning (Right Answer)
b) Formal learning
c) Classroom learning
d) Peer learning

All the educational polices clearly suggest that __
educational is a basic fundamental right of every Pakistani child. a) Primary (Right Answer)
b) Secondary
c) Tertiary
d) higher

According to a survey __ of teacher are untrained in
India.
a) 12% (Right Answer)
b) 14%
c) 25%
d) 30%

In USA primary school teacher is certified when he/she is able to teach _.
a) Full primary courses (Right Answer)
b) Specific courses
c) Secondary courses
d) All of these

NCTE Stands for _.
a) The national council for teacher education (Right Answer)
b) The national council for technical education
c) The national council for teacher empowerment
d) The national commission for teacher education

The remedial teaching is designed to cater to the needs of children unable to keep pace with the _ in a normal classroom.
a) Assessment process
b) Pre teaching programme
c) Random process
d) Teaching-learning process

__ include techniques and strategies that help the teacher in growth of their profession.
a) Technological skills
b) Professional skills (Right Answer)
c) Pedagogical skills
d) Teaching skills

In japan during of elementary teacher training is __.
a) Four years (Right Answer)
b) Two years
c) Three years
d) None of these

In wales codes of conduct for registered teachers were developed by
a) The General Teaching Council for Wales (Right Answer)
b) The General Teaching Center for Wale
c) The Growth Teaching Centers for Wale
d) None of these

Effective classroom management skills and preparation and use of instructional materials are example of __.
a) Professional skills
b) Pedagogical skills
c) Teaching skills (Right Answer)
d) Emotional intelligence skills

Allah is sovereign is an example of _.
a) Cultural foundation
b) Ideological foundation (Right Answer)
c) Psychological foundation
d) Political foundation

Teacher education can be considered in _ phases:
These phases are considered as parts of a continuous process.
a) Five phases
b) Four phases
c) Three Phases (Right Answer)
d) Two phases

Open learning movement emerged in _.
a) 1980s
b) 1970s (Right Answer)
c) 1960s
d) 1990s

Learner are considered “empty vessels” in _.
a) Teacher centered approach (Right Answer)
b) Team teaching
c) Collaborative teaching
d) Student centered approach

The ADVIS approach comprised of __ characteristics.
a) 4
b) 7
c) 5 (Right Answer)
d) 9

The duration of refresher training course offered by agha khan central education board in northern areas is __.
a) 12 Months
b) 3 Months
c) 8 weeks
d) 12 days (Right Answer)

The relationship among members and the sense of belongings defines a) Domain
b) Community (Right Answer)
c) Practice
d) Realm

The primary concern of critical pedagogy is with social injustice and how to transform, __ and social relations
a) Inequalities
b) Undemocratic society
c) Oppressive institutions
d) All above (Right Answer)

Bourdieu claims that social inequalities are legitimated by the educational credentials held by those in _.
a) Tyrannical positions
b) Dominant positions (Right Answer)
c) Political positions
d) Autocratic positions

From the work of Piaget, we get to know about:
Egocentric tendencies
Sociocentric tendencies
Both of the above (Right Answer)
None of the above

Foucault uses the term ‘power / knowledge’ to signify that power is constituted through accepted from of knowledge, _ understanding and truth.
e) Culture
f) Scientific (Right Answer)
g) Religious
h) Social

Brains are physiological while minds are developed:
e) Complete statement is true (Right Answer)
f) Brains can be developed
g) Complete statement is false
h) Both are natural processes

It describes the event; this should be one of the smallest sections of your reflection. Include important details to include what happened; such as the reason for your involvement, what you did and who was there and what they did (if appropriate) is true for
e) Description (Right Answer)
f) Feelings
g) Evaluations
h) Action plan

The term class first came into wide use in the early _ century. e) 16th
f) 17th
g) 18th
h) 19th (Right Answer)

According to Grundy modes of action research are _.
e) 2
f) 3 (Right Answer)
g) 4
h) 5

Sharing knowledge with other people is __ of knowledge.
e) Retain
f) Exchange (Right Answer)
g) Modification
h) Substitute

Gibbs’ (1988) reflective cycle includes __ phases of reflection
e) Five
f) Seven
g) Six (Right Answer)
h) Eight

The dominant class, according to Max, controls not only material production but also the production of __.
e) Decision
f) Policies
g) Plans
h) Ideas (Right Answer)

_ among people, institutions, enterprises and groups can potentially generate a social network for knowledge sharing.
e) Contention
f) Division
g) Cooperation (Right Answer)
h) Disunion

Normative values through which societies are operating and
organizing must be:
e) Challenged (Right Answer)
f) Left as they are
g) Suppressed
h) Punished

Who gave a particular reflective cycle?
e) Schon
f) Gilbert
g) Gibbs (Right Answer)
h) Flavel

Which is a graphical technique of critical thinking for visualizing connections between several ideas or pieces of information?
e) Portfolio development
f) Mentoring
g) Mind Mapping (Right Answer)
h) Assessment schedules

In third stage of community development, transformation means
e) Beginning of new community
f) Merging with other community
g) Becoming institutionalized as a formal
h) All of the above (Right Answer)

A mentee is __.
e) Psychologist
f) The individual being mentored (Right Answer)
g) The individual who is mentoring
h) An observer

Teacher education program may include basic courses so that it
may;
e) Function to heighten the awareness of faculty to challenge of bringing critical thinking substantively into instruction
f) Provide some strategies for up-grading the effectiveness of instruction
g) Lay a foundation for follow-up workshops
h) All of the above (Right Answer)

Choose the correct parts of Peter’s model
e) Describe analyze Theorize act (Right Answer)
f) Describe Theorize analyze act
g) Describe Theorize act analyze
h) Describe act theorize analyze

The relationship among members and the sense of belongings defines i) Domain
j) Community (Right Answer)
k) Practice
l) Realm

The primary concern of critical pedagogy is with social injustice and how to transform, __ and social relations
i) Inequalities
j) Undemocratic society
k) Oppressive institutions
l) All above (Right Answer)

Bourdieu claims that social inequalities are legitimated by the educational credentials held by those in _.
i) Tyrannical positions
j) Dominant positions (Right Answer)
k) Political positions
l) Autocratic positions

From the work of Piaget, we get to know about:
i) Egocentric tendencies
j) Sociocentric tendencies
k) Both of the above (Right Answer)
l) None of the above

Foucault uses the term ‘power / knowledge’ to signify that power is constituted through accepted from of knowledge, _ understanding and truth.
i) Culture
j) Scientific (Right Answer)
k) Religious
l) Social

Brains are physiological while minds are developed:
i) Complete statement is true (Right Answer)
j) Brains can be developed
k) Complete statement is false
l) Both are natural processes

It describes the event; this should be one of the smallest sections of your reflection. Include important details to include what happened; such as the reason for your involvement, what you did and who was there and what they did (if appropriate) is true for
i) Description (Right Answer)
j) Feelings
k) Evaluations
l) Action plan

The term class first came into wide use in the early _ century.
i) 16th
j) 17th
k) 18th
l) 19th (Right Answer)

According to Grundy modes of action research are _.
i) 2
j) 3 (Right Answer)
k) 4
l) 5

Sharing knowledge with other people is __ of knowledge.
i) Retain
j) Exchange (Right Answer)
k) Modification
l) Substitute

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