Saturday, May 18, 2019

Child Development and Pedagogy Important Questions for OAVS/KVS/CTET/OSSTET/Higschool Teacher Exams

Child Development and Pedagogy Important Questions  

Child development and pedagogy questions for oavs and highschool teacher exams
oavs and highschool teacher exams


61. Who suggested the theory of Identical elements?
(A) Thorndike..
(B) Skinner
(C) Pavlov
(D) Hull

62. B.F. Skinner is known for which of the following learning theories?
(A) Classical Conditioning
(B) Cognitive learning
(C) Operant Conditioning..
(D) Social Learning

63. Which of the following is the characteristic of a standardised test?
(A) It is used for measuring achievement
(B) It is used for promoting students
(C) It is used for measuring the psychological aspects of students..
(D) It is used for planning future teaching strategies
64. Which of the following are the group techniques of supervision?
(A) Staff meetings and classroom visitations
(B) Staff meetings and seminars..
(C) Seminars and classroom visitations
(D) Classroom visitations and demonstrations

65. Which of the following is the right sequence for a basic teaching model?
(A) Instructional Objective, Entering Behaviour, Instructional Procedure, Performance Assessment..
(B) Entering Behaviour, Instructional Objective, Instructional Procedure, Performance Assessment
(C) Performance Assessment, Entering Behaviour, Instructional Objective, Instructional Procedure
(D) Instructional Objective, Instructional Procedure, Entering Behaviour, Performance Assessment

66. Which of the following forms of education is incidental and experiential?
(A) Formal Education
(B) Informal Education..
(C) Continuing Education
(D) Non Formal Education

67. Which of the following viewpoints belongs to constructivism?
(A) All behaviour is caused by external stimuli
(B) Learner is viewed as Information processor.
(C) Learner is viewed as Information constructor..
(D) Learner is viewed as one with affective and cognitive needs

68. Which of the following sources will be consulted for goals of education of a country?
(A) Constitution & Policy Documents..
(B) Policy documents only
(C) Constitution only
(D) Manifesto of Government

69. If a test measures what it is supposed to measure, it is a
(A) Valid test..
(B) Reliable test
(C) Good test
(D) Practical test

70. Who said that, “Curriculum should be conceived as an epitome of the rounded whole of the knowledge and experience of the human race.”?
(A) Froebel..
(B) Morroe
(C) Nunn
(D) Cunningham

71. Who stated, “Education is natural, harmonious and progressive development of man’s innate powers”?
(A) John Dewey
(B) Johann Pestalozzi..
(C) Jean-Jacques Rousseau
(D) J. Krishnamurthy

72. Which of the following comes under the scope of school management?
(A) Homework and classwork
(B) Family budget and school budget
(C) Regular attendance and relation with community..
(D) Homework and regular attendance

73. One of the major objectives of school management includes the best possible use of
(A) Human and material resources..
(B) Human and social resources
(C) Human and learning resources
(D) Social and learning resources

74. Who wrote pedagogy of the oppressed?
(A) John Dewey
(B) Sri Aurobindo
(C) Paulo Freire..
(D) Bertrand Russel

75. 'Experience and Education' is written by
(A) John Dewey..
(B) Vic Kelly
(C) Cornbleth
(D) Philip Jackson

76. Which of the following are the functions of supervision?
(A) Teaching, leadership, evaluation
(B) Leadership, evaluation, learning
(C) Leadership, coordination, evaluation..
(D) Teaching, coordination, evaluation

 77. Who among the following gave the concept of Integral Education?
(A) J. Krishnamurthy
(B) M.A. Kalam Azad
(C) Annie Besant
(D) Aurobindo..

78. Quantitative dimension of continuous comprehensive evaluation includes
(A) Oral, practical and written tests..
(B) Practical and written tests only
(C) Oral and written tests only
(D) Oral and practical tests only

79. The word ‘Education’ has its origin in
(A) Latin..
(B) Greek
(C) Sanskrit
(D) French

80. Which of the following should be the reason for changes in curriculum?
(A) Ability, interest and family of child
(B) Ability, interest and aptitude of child..
(C) Ability, aptitude and family of child
(D) Aptitude, family and interest of child

81. Which of the following is a classroom management strategy?
(A) Maintaining strict silence
(B) Systematic work schedule..
(C) Discouraging interpersonal relations
(D) Promoting favourite student for class monitor

82. What is the role of the teacher in cognitivist environment of learning?
(A) Designing the learning environment
(B) Providing opportunities for students to connect new information to schema..
(C) Shaping child’s behaviour
(D) Providing opportunity to construct learning

83. Which of the following is the major funding source for secondary education?
(A) Central government
(B) State government..
(C) Local bodies
(D) Municipal Bodies

84. Which of the following is the main goal of teaching Mathematics?
(A) Knowledge of formal and mechanical procedures
(B) Knowledge of content and formula
(C) Ability to think logically, formulate and handle abstractions..
(D) Expressing the problem in creative language

85. Who stated that 'Acquisition of knowledge and attitude is learning'?
(A) J.M. Stephon
(B) Charles Skinner
(C) Abraham Maslow
(D) Crow & Crow..

86. Which of the following pairs is correct?
(A) Gestalt Theory: Kurt Lewin
(B) Reinforcement Theory: Thorndike
(C) Gestalt Theory: Kohler..
(D) Reinforcement Theory: Kurt Lewin

87. Which one of the following philosophies emphasized use of audio visual aids?
(A) Realism..
(B) Pragmatism
(C) Transcendentalism
(D) Existentialism

88. Which of the following is the progressive view of curriculum?
(A) Set of subjects
(B) Program of studies
(C) Series of experience..
(D) Set of materials

90. Which of the following components is known as the cognitive domain of the educational objectives?
(A) Activity
(B) Emotions
(C) Knowledge..
(D) Affection

91. Which of the following is the right description of syllabus?
(A) It is a concise statement of subjects forming a course of study or table of contents..
(B) It is the content that shows relative importance of topics
(C) It is a detailed description of program of activities
(D) It is a guideline to achieve the desired change

92. The phenomenon of inert knowledge is described by
(A) Franklin Bobbit
(B) Charles W. Taylor
(C) Ralph W. Taylor
(D) Alfred North Whitehead..

93. Education is placed in which constitutional list?
(A) The State list
(B) The Union list
(C) The Concurrent list..
(D) The Corporate list

94. What are the fundamental elements of a teaching model?
(A) Focus, learning system, social system, evaluation system
(B) Entering behaviour, syntax, social system, evaluation system
(C) Focus, syntax, social system, evaluation system..
(D) Focus, syntax, instructional procedure, evaluation System

95. Which of the following are the three basic laws of Thorndike's Trial and Error Theory of Learning?
(A) Law of readiness, exercise and effect..
(B) Law of readiness, exercise and attitude
(C) Law of attitude, exercise and effect
(D) Law of readiness, attitude, effect

96) According to the Essentialist school of curriculum development, the main focus is on
A) Co-curricular and extracurricular activities
B) Only extracurricular work
C) Discipline..
D) Special education

97) The concept of social speech, private speech and inner speech was given by
A) Bruner
B) Skinner
C) Freud
D) Vygotsky..

98) "By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best, in child and man - Body, mind and spirit." These words were spoken by
A) Sri Aurobindo
B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
C) Mahatma Gandhi..
D) Raja Ram mohan Roy

99) The assessment of students which is done regularly with the help of regular class tests and assignments is called
A) Informative assessment
B) Formative assessment..
C) Summative assessment
D) Annual assessment

100) The process by which the learner gathers new information and tries to modify his already existing knowledge with the help of his mental processes is called
A) Learning and teaching
B) Equilibration and learning force
C) Object Permanence and disequilibrium
D) Assimilation and accommodation..

101) Cognitive systems are systems that control learned "automatic" mappings between sensory stimuli and motor behaviour by integrating internal states and intentions. This was said by
A) Bruner
B) Wolfram Erlhagen..
C) Freud
D) Wolfgang

102) Self- awareness, managing emotions, motivating one's self, recognizing emotional in others and handling relationships are all essential parts of what kind of intelligence?
A) Concrete intelligence
B) Physical intelligence
C) Emotional intelligence..
D) Abstract intelligence

103) Law of readiness, exercise and effect were given by
A) Thorndike..
B) Freud
C) Vygotsky
D) Ausubel

104) Which of the following psychologists said "Intelligence is the aggregate or global capacity of the individual to act purposefully, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with the environment."
A) Galton
B) Thorndike
C) Piaget
D) Wechsler..

105) The concept of negative education was advocated by
A) Froebel
B) Dewey
C) Freud
D) Rousseau..

106) A philosopher is known for the use of question answer method to teach. He used to hold discussions and use this method to reach a logical sequence of things. Who was he?
A) Socrates..
B) Skinner
C) Freud
D) Pavlov

107) Which social scientist spoke about micro system, meso system, exosystem and macro system as the factors that affected the child's learning and development?
A) Piaget
B) Bronfenbrenner..
C) Freud
D) Comte

108) "Measurement is the process of assigning numbers to objects according to certain agreed rules." Who defined measurement as this?
A) Mckinley
B) Tolman
C) Stevens..
D) Havighurst

109) The two factor theory that spoke about 'G' and 'S' factors was given by
A) Guilford
B) Piaget
C) Spearman..
D) Tolman

110) The role of the teacher in the essentialist classroom and curriculum is
A) Facilitatory
B) Authoritative..
C) Negligible
D) Free

111) The concept of Spiral Curriculum was developed by
A) Allport
B) Vygotsky
C) Bandura
D) Bruner..

112) "An exceptional child is he who deviates physically, intellectually and socially so marked from normal growth and development that he CANNOT benefit from regular classroom programme and needs special treatment in school." This definition of a special child was given by
A) Cruikshank..
B) Kirk
C) Crow and Crow
D) Freud

113) Assessment of progressive learning is also called as
A) Formative assessment..
B) Complete analysis
C) Summative assessment
D) Complete assessment

114) He was a major figure in the Progressive Education Movement of the mid- nineties and was born on 20th November, 1871. He was
A) Judd
B) W H. Kilpatrick..
C) Rugg
D) Dewey

115) Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation are parts of cognitive domain according to
A) Megapodius eremita taxonomy
B) Bloom's taxonomy..
C) Miller's taxonomy
D) Meger's taxonomy

116) The book, "Basic Principles of Curriculum and Instruction" is written by
A) Montessori
B) Froebel
C) Tyler..
D) Ottoman

117) The area which surrounds the child and from where he gets all his inputs to learn, as given by Vygotsky is called
A) Zone of Proximal Development..
B) Zone of Complete Development
C) Zone of Overall development
D) Zone of Total Development

118) When a child tilts his head to listen to the teacher's instructions, it means that he may be facing the following problem:
A) Hearing impairment..
B) Visual impairment
C) Locomotor impairment
D) Mental impairment

119) The term Curriculum is taken from which Latin word?
A) Curyear
B) Currye
C) Curyure
D) Currere..

120) The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) was developed by
A) Terman and Spearman
B) Gardner and Thorndike
C) Hathaway and Mckinley..
D) Froebel and Maria

121) A child who has problem in making use of words or language is suffering from
A) Dyslexia..
B) Dyscalculia
C) Dysgraphia
D) Dysthymia

122) Sahil was not performing well in his studies. When Sahil was taken to a psychologist, he suggested that Sahil’s IQ was average but he had problems in learning mathematical concepts. This means that he suffered from
A) Dysgraphia
B) Dysphasia
C) Dyscalculia..
D) Dyslocation

123) Hilda Model is also called
A) Tree approach
B) Modern approach
C) Grass root approach..
D) Flower approach

124) "Curriculum is tool in the hand of the artist (teacher) to mould his material in accordance with his ideals in the school." These words were said by
A) Sternberg
B) Freud
C) Thorndike
D) Cunningham..

125) The first person who set up a laboratory for experimental Psychology was
A) Pavlov
B) Froebel
C) Thorndike
D) Wundt..

126) Using instructional objectives, entering behaviour, instructional procedure and performance assessment are parts of which model of teaching?
A) Caroll
B) Morrison
C) Glaser..
D) Mager

127) Acceleration approach, enrichment approach and special group approach is used to teach which category of children?
A) Gifted children..
B) Average children
C) Special children
D) Retarded children

128) The model of curriculum development according to Tyler is called
A) Branched model
B) Indigenous Model
C) Linear Model..
D) New Model
 129) Learning is a process and not an outcome, it is driven from experience, it requires the learner to resolve conflicts and it also leads to creation of knowledge. These are some of the assumptions of learning made by
A) Kohlberg
B) Piaget
C) Kolb..
D) Carl Jung

130) "Educational technology is that branch of educational theory and practice concerned primarily with the design and use of message which control the learning process." These words were said by
A) Hadden..
B) Gandhi
C) Froebel
D) Maria Montessori

131) Which psychologist refuted older beliefs and said that intelligence was based on eight factors and not one or two?
A) Spearman
B) Binet
C) Howard Gardner..
D) Thorndike

132) The progressive school is
A) Teacher centred
B) Not learner centred
C) Totally in disciplined
D) Learner centred..

133) The stage of development which is called formal operations stage according to Piaget is across the age of
A) 12 years and above..
B) 3 - 4 years
C) 5 -10 years
D) 0 - 5 years

134) "Experiences in the classroom which are planned and enacted by the teacher and also learned by the students." This definition of curriculum was given by
A) Freud
B) Tyler
C) Marsh and Willis..
D) Saylor

135) Curriculum designing involves four questions:
What educational purposes should schools seek to attain?
What educational experiences can be provided to attain these purposes?
How can the experiences be organized?
How can one determine whether these purposes are being attained or not?
This ideology was given by
A) Taba
B) Pavlov
C) Skinner
D) Tyler..