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Family-centered interprofessional collaboration is centered on
 
  a. family empowerment and social capital.
  b. professional collaboration and volunteers.
  c. family empowerment and professional collaboration.
  d. professional collaboration and family scientists.

Question 2

The Parents as Teachers program is founded on these two premises
 
  a. parents must receive formal training in early education practices and demonstrate financial solvency.
  b. all families have strengths and parents are the experts on their own children.
  c. the concept of equality and democratic family values.
  d. effective communication and freedom from traditional roles for parents and children.

Question 3

When sharing information with families about guiding children's behavior, it is essential that they understand
 
  a. their on-going responsibility for their own child's behavior.
  b. the importance of compliance.
  c. expected behaviors for academic success.
  d. methods of discipliner guidance have an effect on the whole child and not only on behavior.

Question 4

When sharing information about the value of play to families, the purpose is
 
  a. to relate children's play to all areas of development.
  b. to help families learn how to limit children's playful behaviors as they approach school entry.
  c. to encourage families to re-direct play to more sedentary activities to prepare for school.
  d. to assist families in their understanding that play will not have a place in preschool or kindergarten.

Question 5

In the family life education context, family law and public policy includes
 
  a. life span development
  b. social attitudes and values.
  . c. social services, education, and civil rights.
  d. goal-setting, consumer issues, and allocation of

Question 6

Family life education has a foundation in ecological theory and emphasizes
 
  a. parenting skills to the exclusion of other family interactions or tasks.
  b. wholeness and integration.
  c. a narrow view of discrete tasks necessary for functioning families.
  d. a perspective that is only considerate of middle-class and middle-income families.

Question 7

One parent education program that does not apply strategies for supporting children's development of self-control isANS: A
 
  a. 1-2-3 Magic.
  b. Raising Good Children
  c. Active Parenting
  d. How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids Will Talk
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Ans. to #1

ANS: C

Ans. to #2

ANS: B

Ans. to #3

ANS: D

Ans. to #4

ANS: A

Ans. to #5

ANS: C

Ans. to #6

ANS: B

Ans. to #7

ANS: A
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