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If you are asked to discuss your weaknesses in a job interview: a) give logical reasons for them. ...
If you are asked to discuss your weaknesses in a job interview: a) give logical reasons for them. ...
If you are asked to discuss your weaknesses in a job interview:
 
  a) give logical reasons for them.
  b) say this question should not be asked by a professional interviewer.
  c) inform the interviewer that this question is an illegal inquiry.
  d) accept responsibility and indicate what you are doing to overcome them.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   3MR   14   smzn   A year ago
One advantage of interviewing for information is that: a) it usually provides a faster way to get ...
One advantage of interviewing for information is that: a) it usually provides a faster way to get ...
One advantage of interviewing for information is that:
 
  a) it usually provides a faster way to get a job.
  b) the risk of rejection in job-hunting is not an issue.
  c) there are no real ethical concerns when using this method.
  d) good interviewing practices are not needed.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   3MR   14   knelson11   A year ago
Which type of organizational character prefers to keep options open and seek more information?
Which type of organizational character prefers to keep options open and seek more information?
Which type of organizational character prefers to keep options open and seek more information?
 
  a) Thinking b) Feeling c) Judging d) Perceiving
Which type of organizational character is highly organized, handles masses of data and detail, ...
Which type of organizational character is highly organized, handles masses of data and detail, ...
Which type of organizational character is highly organized, handles masses of data and detail, trusts actual experience, and is more at home in the present?
 
  a) Extraverted b) Introverted c) Sensing d) Intuitive
Teaching and Learning Strategies   1b   14   jargibay   A year ago
Which of the following is not one of the components of strategic learning?
Which of the following is not one of the components of strategic learning?
Which of the following is not one of the components of strategic learning?
 
  a. skill
 b. will
 c. self-efficacy
 d. self-regulation
Metacognition involves all of the following except:
Metacognition involves all of the following except:
Metacognition involves all of the following except:
 
  a. task awareness
 b. encoding awareness
 c. strategy awareness
 d. performance awareness
Teaching and Learning Strategies   aq__t   15   unique1212   A year ago
Note taking serves two primary functions, including:
Note taking serves two primary functions, including:
Note taking serves two primary functions, including:
 
  a. encoding and retrieval.
  b. storage and memory.
  c. encoding and storage.
  d. encoding and perception.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   1b   15   AZamora   A year ago
The model of memory discussed in this chapter is called:
The model of memory discussed in this chapter is called:
The model of memory discussed in this chapter is called:
 
  a. The Three Memory Model
 b. The Information Processing Model
 c. The Specific Memory Model
 d. The Generalized Memory Model
Teaching and Learning Strategies   chiz   15   ap_18   A year ago
Once information is learned and transferred to LTM:
Once information is learned and transferred to LTM:
Once information is learned and transferred to LTM:
 
  a. all of these choices.
  b. it can be stored only in a semantic form.
  c. it can be retrieved at a moment's notice.
  d. it can decay over time if not used.
Within the IPS model, which memory is the gateway for information entering the system?
Within the IPS model, which memory is the gateway for information entering the system?
Within the IPS model, which memory is the gateway for information entering the system?
 
  a. Sensory
  b. Encoding
  c. Storage
  d. Working
Teaching and Learning Strategies   vvll   15   dededeed   A year ago
To reduce procrastination, student-athletes might:
To reduce procrastination, student-athletes might:
To reduce procrastination, student-athletes might:
 
  a. schedule time for only the most important tasks each day.
  b. just get started on the task, even if they do not feel motivated.
  c. learn to say no to time requests from others.
  d. all of these choices.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   miya123   15   AZamora   A year ago
Your short term memory (Multiple Choice)
Your short term memory (Multiple Choice)
Your short term memory
 
  a. is limited.
  b. allows you to store information for about 10 minutes.
  c. helps you to remember important dates.
  d. All of the above
Teaching and Learning Strategies   Javi42078   15   smzn   A year ago
Most textbooks contain (Multiple Choice)
Most textbooks contain (Multiple Choice)
Most textbooks contain
 
  a. an index.
  b. important information.
  c. at least one hundred pages.
  d. a dedication from the author.
When studying with children around,
When studying with children around,
When studying with children around,
 
  a. try to keep them as quiet as possible so you can concentrate.
  b. make sure they have enough toys around so they're busy.
  c. make sure to feed them before you study.
  d. plan activities to keep them occupied.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   anr17   15   matijs   A year ago
Student Services can (Multiple Choice)
Student Services can (Multiple Choice)
Student Services can
 
  a. provide assistance with transportation concerns.
  b. offer information about childcare.
  c. refer you to the appropriate office when you have questions.
  d. All of the above
Teaching and Learning Strategies   chiz   15   2   A year ago
Your college catalogue details these areas:
Your college catalogue details these areas:
Your college catalogue details these areas:
 
  a. academic procedures and administrative policies
  b. program requirements
  c. financial responsibilities
  d. All of the above
Teaching and Learning Strategies   miya123   15   2   A year ago
There is no such thing as.
There is no such thing as.
There is no such thing as.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Balance means
Balance means
Balance means
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Teaching and Learning Strategies   onur   15   amberledford   A year ago
The key to altering our perceptions of and relationship to stress is to recognize that What will ...
The key to altering our perceptions of and relationship to stress is to recognize that What will ...
The key to altering our perceptions of and relationship to stress is to recognize that
 
  What will be an ideal response?
Teaching and Learning Strategies   brwneyedhottie   15   2   A year ago
By the middle of the 21st century, the world population is projected to become: a) four billion. ...
By the middle of the 21st century, the world population is projected to become: a) four billion. ...
By the middle of the 21st century, the world population is projected to become:
 
  a) four billion. c) eight billion
  b) six billion. d) ten billion.
Futurists have a term for earth-shaking events, such as the downfall of the world economic system or ...
Futurists have a term for earth-shaking events, such as the downfall of the world economic system or ...
Futurists have a term for earth-shaking events, such as the downfall of the world economic system or the arrival of extra-terrestrial life. The term is called:
 
  a) the 9/11 effect. c) catastrophic collapses.
  b) wild cards. d) out-of-bounds spectaculars.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   onur   15   2   A year ago
Three strategies to combat job burnout listed below are best performed by work organizations. Which ...
Three strategies to combat job burnout listed below are best performed by work organizations. Which ...
Three strategies to combat job burnout listed below are best performed by work organizations. Which one is best done by the individual?
 
  a) Bring in more workers when work loads of people are too heavy.
  b) Rotate work roles so no one is over-exposed to high stress situations.
  c) Increase feedback with recognition, praise, and constructive criticism.
The burnout cycle, as Edelwich describes it, is: a) injustice - bewilderment - anger - ...
The burnout cycle, as Edelwich describes it, is: a) injustice - bewilderment - anger - ...
The burnout cycle, as Edelwich describes it, is:
 
  a) injustice - bewilderment - anger - resignation.
  b) overwork - no recognition - rage - destruction.
  c) enthusiasm - stagnation - frustration - apathy.
  d) detachment - indifference - disinterest - alienation.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   ashwin17   15   2   A year ago
Mentoring for a relatively new employee is: a) a systematic use of another person to get ahead. ...
Mentoring for a relatively new employee is: a) a systematic use of another person to get ahead. ...
Mentoring for a relatively new employee is:
 
  a) a systematic use of another person to get ahead.
  b) getting to know the highest officers of the company.
  c) a spontaneous relationship a worker develops with a trusted guide.
  d) a sales technique that adds quick profits for a company.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   ktay4160   15   kdish   A year ago
The best way to control nervousness about a job interview is to: a) prepare adequately for the ...
The best way to control nervousness about a job interview is to: a) prepare adequately for the ...
The best way to control nervousness about a job interview is to:
 
  a) prepare adequately for the interview.
  b) chew gum to relax yourself during the interview.
  c) discuss the weaknesses you have discovered about the company.
  d) be cool and indifferent toward the company and the job.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   LIYAQI   15   Lizmar266   A year ago
The best response to the question Why should we hire you? is: a) you want an opportunity to ...
The best response to the question Why should we hire you? is: a) you want an opportunity to ...
The best response to the question Why should we hire you? is:
 
  a) you want an opportunity to advance and take on more responsibility.
  b) your job objective and long-term goal.
  c) your desire for the job by revealing the huge amount of research you did investigating the company.
  d) your job-related achievement experiences and the skills you can brin
Teaching and Learning Strategies   cgorski4   15   acason   A year ago
The job interview is best described as: a) an opportunity to express your opinions on a wide ...
The job interview is best described as: a) an opportunity to express your opinions on a wide ...
The job interview is best described as:
 
  a) an opportunity to express your opinions on a wide variety of subjects.
  b) a chance to obtain material to put in your resume.
  c) a mutual exchange of information between applicant and employer.
  d) a definite indication the employer will offer a solid job offer.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   tjrwnghks3   15   2   A year ago
First impressions: a) are not very important since most of them can be changed. b) are unfair ...
First impressions: a) are not very important since most of them can be changed. b) are unfair ...
First impressions:
 
  a) are not very important since most of them can be changed.
  b) are unfair because people reach wrong conclusions based on them.
  c) are usually influential as they are almost always accurate.
  d) rightly or wrongly carry a lot of weight when a person is evaluated.
Thank-you letters after an interview for information: a) are not needed because this is not a job ...
Thank-you letters after an interview for information: a) are not needed because this is not a job ...
Thank-you letters after an interview for information:
 
  a) are not needed because this is not a job interview.
  b) are written to ask questions about subjects not covered in the interview.
  c) should be received no more than three days after the interview.
  d) should go to the person with whom you talked, but not to the secretary who arranged the appoi
Which statement about interviewing for information is the most accurate?
Which statement about interviewing for information is the most accurate?
Which statement about interviewing for information is the most accurate?
 
  a) Prepare a list of questions to ask before an informational interview.
  b) Thank-you letters are best reserved for those employers that offer a job.
  c) An informational interview is held away from where one would work.
  d) Never use the name of a friend or acquaintance when a
Results from the Work Organization Environment Survey (WOES) show that: a) median scores for an ...
Results from the Work Organization Environment Survey (WOES) show that: a) median scores for an ...
Results from the Work Organization Environment Survey (WOES) show that:
 
  a) median scores for an ideal organization are all higher than experienced in real organizations.
  b) respondents score bureaucratic work environments higher than innovative and supportive work environments.
  c) organizations fail miserably in fulfilling employee expectations.
  d
Teaching and Learning Strategies   LIYAQI   15   knelson11   A year ago
Which work culture would best suit your nature if your primary motive was one of power?
Which work culture would best suit your nature if your primary motive was one of power?
Which work culture would best suit your nature if your primary motive was one of power?
 
  a) Bureaucratic b) Innovative c) Supportive d) Conventional
Which type of organizational character applies principles logically and prizes efficiency?
Which type of organizational character applies principles logically and prizes efficiency?
Which type of organizational character applies principles logically and prizes efficiency?
 
  a) Sensing b) Intuitive c) Thinking d) Feeling
Teaching and Learning Strategies   ewVDEEE   15   2   A year ago
Procrastinators have a great deal of difficulty with all of the following except:
Procrastinators have a great deal of difficulty with all of the following except:
Procrastinators have a great deal of difficulty with all of the following except:
 
  a. difficult tasks
 b. large tasks
 c. anger about a last minute assignment
 d. all of these are correct choices
Teaching and Learning Strategies   JamiLC   16   jhfaipfipa   A year ago
You can make better use of long study blocks if you:
You can make better use of long study blocks if you:
You can make better use of long study blocks if you:
 
  a. work on your most time consuming assignments at that time
 b. work on your favorite assignments at that time
 c. switch subjects every hour
 d. take thirty minute breaks after every two hours of study
Teaching and Learning Strategies   1b   16   dededeed   A year ago
If Rob has 30 hours available for study and is taking 15 credits this semester he:
If Rob has 30 hours available for study and is taking 15 credits this semester he:
If Rob has 30 hours available for study and is taking 15 credits this semester he:
 
  a. should do just fine getting his work done
 b. may find that he can't complete all of his work
 c. would be spending the same amount of time studying as his classmates who are earning A grades
 d. would have some time left over each day to relax once his work is finishe
If you eliminate incorrect responses before selecting the correct answer on an exam, you're ...
If you eliminate incorrect responses before selecting the correct answer on an exam, you're ...
If you eliminate incorrect responses before selecting the correct answer on an exam, you're probably a ________ learner.
 
  a. impulsive
 b. selective
 c. reflective
 d. effective
The purpose of citing your sources is to avoid what?
The purpose of citing your sources is to avoid what?
The purpose of citing your sources is to avoid what?
 
  a. Plagiarism
 b. Propaganda
 c. Opinion
 d. Bias
Teaching and Learning Strategies   nandhu   16   kaylie672   A year ago
Juwan is intense and passionate when he competes and knows what he wants to accomplish in his sport ...
Juwan is intense and passionate when he competes and knows what he wants to accomplish in his sport ...
Juwan is intense and passionate when he competes and knows what he wants to accomplish in his sport career. As a mentally tough athlete, Juwan is demonstrating:
 
  a. consistency.
  b. control.
  c. confidence.
  d. commitment.
The text pattern that shows how two ideas are similar or different is called ________.
The text pattern that shows how two ideas are similar or different is called ________.
The text pattern that shows how two ideas are similar or different is called ________.
 
  a. sequence.
 b. comparison-contrast.
 c. analogy.
 d. cause-effect.
Teaching and Learning Strategies   1b   16   tqpham21   A year ago