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Felyce, an eighth grader, sits near the back of the room in her history class. She has found herself drifting off lately, so she asks her teacher Mrs. Ruiz if she can move and sit at the front of the room, since there is one empty desk in the front. Of the following, Felyce's behavior best illustrates:
 
  a. encoding strategies.
  b. meta-attention.
  c. a mnemonic device.
  d. selective perception.

Ques. 2

Kathy's comment is most closely related to which step in the problem-solving process?
 
  a. Identifying the problem goal
  b. Devising a plan
  c. Implementing the plan
  d. Evaluating the results

Ques. 3

The teacher who least effectively follows this suggestion is:
 
  a. Jaclyn.
  b. Justin.
  c. Richard.
  d. Lisa.

Ques. 4

As part of a unit on percents and decimals, Katie Guzman gave her students ads from three different newspapers, each advertising the same products. Students then determined the cost per ounce for products such as orange juice and canned vegetables. After the students completed their calculations, Katie led a whole-class discussion in which the students explained their thinking and decided which products actually were the least expensive per ounce. During the discussion Katie periodically smiled and made comments, such as Good analysis, when students demonstrated a clear understanding of the topic. Based on the suggestions for classroom practice based on social influences on learning and the process of knowledge construction, which of the following descriptions is the best assessment of Katie's lesson?
 
  a. It was ineffective, because Katie gave the students the newspaper ads instead of having the students find the ads themselves.
  b. It was ineffective, because Katie should have had the students complete the activity in small groups instead of conducting a whole-class discussion.
  c. It was effective, because students were reinforced for clear thinking.
  d. It was effective, because it provided a real-world task and used a considerable amount of social interaction.

Ques. 5

Which of the following is required in order for conceptual change to occur?
 
  a. An existing schema must be reconstructed.
  b. New ideas and skills must be modeled.
  c. Alternatives to the misconception must be reinforced.
  d. Alternatives to the misconception must be carefully explained.

Ques. 6

Of the following, which is a necessary condition for conceptual change?
 
  a. Learners must become dissatisfied with their existing understanding.
  b. Learners must come to the new understanding with knowledge from an authority.
  c. Learners' new understanding must continue to accommodate prior knowledge.
  d. Learners' motivation to change must be extrinsically motivated.

Ques. 7

You run into a person that you once knew very well, but you haven't seen the person in a long time. You have a casual conversation, and you go home to tell your roommate, trying for all you're worth to remember the person's name but not being able to. Which of the following is the most likely reason you can't remember the person's name?
 
  a. The name is in long-term memory, but you cannot retrieve it.
  b. The name was in working memory, and you have forgotten it.
  c. The name never was encoded into long-term memory, so you lost the memory trace.
  d. You were not sufficiently reinforced for remembering the name, so you've forgotten it.

Ques. 8

Of the following, the suggestion for classroom practice that Judy is most strongly applying by using problems such as One shirt that sells for 40.00 is marked 30 off and another that sells for 36.00 is marked 20 off. Which shirt is now more expensive? to help them understand ideas, such as percent decrease is:
 
  a. Connect content to the real world.
  b. Promote high levels of interaction.
  c. Treat verbal explanations skeptically.
  d. Promote learning with assessment.

Ques. 9

Of the following, the principle of learning that Judy is most strongly applying by having her students discuss their solutions is:
 
  a. To make sense of their experiences, learners construct knowledge.
  b. Knowledge that learners construct depends on what they already know.
  c. Social interaction facilitates learning.
  d. Learning and development depend on learners' experiences.
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Answer to #1

b

Answer to #2

d

Answer to #3

d

Answer to #4

d

Answer to #5

a

Answer to #6

a

Answer to #7

a

Answer to #8

a

Answer to #9

c

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