NRU: Professional Education Practice Test – 25 Items
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- Exam Type: Professional Education
- Number of Items: 25
- Subjects Covered: Sociological Foundations of Teaching, Principles of Learning, Philosophical Foundations of Education, Child and Adolescent Development
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In this stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory, the child still does not know that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be seen, heard, or otherwise sensed.CorrectIncorrect
A child in Grade 1 likes to play roleplaying and pretend with his friends. Piaget’s theory states that this pupil is under what developmental stage?CorrectIncorrect
At age 4, Mila knows the concept of addition. She knows that adding two blocks to a group of five blocks makes seven blocks. However, she cannot seem to grasp the idea that if you take away five blocks from a group of seven blocks, you will have two blocks left. What level of Piaget’s Cognitive Development is Mila currently at?CorrectIncorrect
The hallmarks of this stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory includes egocentrism and centration. Children also have difficulty with that some processes can be reversed.CorrectIncorrect
In this stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory, logical problem solving can be introduced because the child is developed enough to grasp the concepts of conservation and reversibilityCorrectIncorrect
In this stage of Piaget’s Cognitive Development Theory, the child develops the abilities for metacognition and learning abstract concepts.CorrectIncorrect
In this stage of prenatal development all organs are continuing to develop and they start to function to support the life of the unborn child.CorrectIncorrect
At what stage of prenatal development does conception happen and the fertilized egg implant in the walls of the uterus?CorrectIncorrect
Danny memorized the stores that he will go to when he will arrive at the mall. Before getting there, Jessica called him and asked him to do errands on three different stores. Now, Danny cannot remember the things he previously memorized because Jessica’s requests are interfering with his ability to recall. What is preventing Danny from remembering his itinerary?CorrectIncorrect
Mikael changed his address and he tried to memorize it. However, he keeps forgetting his new address. He always makes the mistake of giving his old address to people. The memory of his old address is affecting his ability to recall his new address. What is preventing Mikael from remembering his new address?CorrectIncorrect
Janelle, a grade 5 student, is trying to learn the order of operations in mathematics. Her teacher, taught her the abbreviation PEMDAS. Now, she can effectively remember the right order. PEMDAS is an example of what type of memory aid?CorrectIncorrect
Elmer studied for the long exam all weekend. After a short review, he had a good night’s sleep on Sunday evening. At the time of the exam, he was able to recall the things he studied at will. What type of memory was Elmer using?CorrectIncorrect
Carla is a member of her school’s basketball varsity team. She practiced the movements on how to shoot the ball every day. At the game, she no longer needed to think about her moves. She automatically performed them as she practiced. What type of memory was Carla using?CorrectIncorrect
It is the theory about memory that suggests that we are likely to forget short-term memory the longer we are from the time we memorized them.CorrectIncorrect
Gerardo memorized all the organs in the body for his biology class. He was able to recall all of them for his exam. One year after the exam, he tried to recall the names of all the organs. However, he can only name a few of them. What does this examples tell us about memory?CorrectIncorrect
Carson saw the time and he immediately remembered to take his antibiotics. What sort of memory did Carson use in this example?CorrectIncorrect
It is a quality of a group where in members can transfer from one social role or status in the social stratification classification.CorrectIncorrect
What are the most common bases for social stratification around the world?CorrectIncorrect
Mang Jose’s business is booming. His monthly income grew. He is no longer poor but is now a part of the middle class. What sort of social mobility did Mang Jose go through?CorrectIncorrect
It is the process of classifying members of a society into smaller groups based on qualities important for the members of the society.CorrectIncorrect
This is a modern educational philosophy in education that makes use of the theoretical framework developed in the early 20th century based on animal learning experiments by Ivan Pavlov, Edward Thorndike, Edward C. Tolman, Clark L. Hull, and B.F. Skinner:CorrectIncorrect
As a student, Margaret researched and weighed her options regarding her career. After careful evaluation, she decided to pursue a degree in Education to fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher. This action demonstrates what kind of philosophy?CorrectIncorrect
Teacher Chris started class by discussing the set of skills that the students are expected to learn. Next, Teacher Chris made the students suggest how they personally plan to learn these skills. From there, the entire class agreed on a series of steps that they will use to learn. They also agreed to help each other in the learning process to make sure that each member of the class obtains the said skills.
What philosophical doctrine being used in this scenario?CorrectIncorrect
Teacher Karen discusses content in a step-by-step manner in her science class. She demonstrates use of criteria in making decisions. What philosophical approach is she likely using?CorrectIncorrect
This philosophical view encourages Western teachings that have the potential to effectively solve problems regardless of the era.CorrectIncorrect
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