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As the number of minority students, students from lower-wealth homes, and lower-achieving students increases in their classrooms, teachers are more likely to
 
  a. provide more support and encouragement as a response when a student is struggling to answer a question or work a problem.
  b. demand more work and effort from low-achieving students than from high-achieving ones.
  c. seat minority, low-wealth, and low-achieving students closer to the teacher.
  d. provide less emotional support and lower-quality instruction to lower-achieving students than to high-achieving ones.

Ques. 2

Freedom, to Gathercoal, means:
 
  a. students are creative individuals and are free to express their individuality in almost anyway they please.
 
  b. a commodity that can be purchased with Good Behavior points.
 
  c. students do not have license to do as they please. It means they have freedom to think and act on behalf of their own self-interests, but only if those individual interests are balanced with the welfare needs of other members of the larger community.
 
  d. about the same as Charles Silberman's book during the 1960s about allowing students freedom to learn and express themselves.

Ques. 3

The average on Mr. Brighton's fifth-period class' last exam was 68.2 percent. When discussing the results with his fellow teacher, Mr. Paxton, Mr. Brighton said, I need to examine how I might change my style and manner of teaching to help my students more effectively. Mr. Paxton replied, You shouldn't change anything at all, because I have those same students in third period, and they're just not a very bright or motivated group of students.
 
  In this situation, all but which of the following are obviously true?
 
  a. Mr. Brighton sees himself as bearing personal responsibility for student success.
  b. Mr. Paxton is likely to have less successful relationships with the students than Mr. Brighton does.
  c. The material that Mr. Brighton is teaching is too difficult for the students in his fifth-period class.
  d. Mr. Brighton could be characterized as a reflective practitioner.

Ques. 4

Educators who want to use Gathercoal's Judicious Discipline as a framework to complement other classroom management models need to accept the philosophical foundations and basic tenets of the theory, namely that Judicious Discipline:
 
  a. is based upon the U.S. Bill of Rights.
 
  b. has its foundation in Skinner's Behaviorism and Canters' Assertive Discipline.
 
  c. is based upon English common law of the 1700s.
 
  d. was founded by classroom management theorists during John Dewey's Progressive Education Movement.

Ques. 5

Violence in schools is significantly increased when
 
  a. teachers are intentionally invitational with students.
  b. teachers engage with students outside the classroom.
  c. teachers are unfamiliar with and intimidated by students.
  d. teachers are not well-informed on current societal issues.

Ques. 6

Teachers who are told that they are observing low-ability students when they are, in fact, viewing students of typical ability would be most likely to viewed the students' behavior as
 
  a. better than average.
  b. about average.
  c. worse than average.
  d. This is a trick question, because what teachers are told would have no impact on their opinions.

Ques. 7

Evertson and Harris maintained that one key to organizing and managing classrooms for effective instruction is ________ ________ and planning from the first day of school.
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Ques. 8

Mrs. Sims teaches 5th grade at Horizons Elementary. She has recently received a new student who is Native American. Mrs. Sims feels he is uninterested and lacks the motivation to learn. What should she do in response to her student's behavior?
 
  a. have conversations with the student as neededto discuss his lack of motivation and disinterest in learning
  b. get to know the student and learn about his culture
  c. nothing; he will undoubtedly become more comfortable in time
  d. explore optional placements for him within the special education program
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Answer to #1

d

Answer to #2

c

Answer to #3

c

Answer to #4

a

Answer to #5

c

Answer to #6

c

Answer to #7

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Answer to #8

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