A discussion conducted entirely in the form of questions
B. Question/discussion pair
C. Socialized Discussion
D. Panel Discussion
A. Quescussion (a form of discussion done fully in questions)
A web based activity where students must navigate through pre-designated website to solve a problem or answer a question or complete research.
A. web workload
D. website development
B. A WebQuest is a web based activity where students must navigate through pre-designated website to solve a problem or answer a question or complete research
Each group begins with a folder/envelope with a stated problem on the outside. They place a solution inside the folder or envelope and pass it on, receiving a new problem. They don’t look at the solutions, only come up with their own. Keep passing depending on number of problems until the original one gets back to them. Then that group reads all the solutions and selects the best one to report.
A. Send a problem
C. Pass a problem
D. Problem Generation
A. A Send Problem (a technique used to creatively find solution to a problem)
When teachers use clickers, thumbs up or down, show of hands
B. Potting (a manner to show agreement or disagreement of students when faced with a question/dilemma)
Dr. Jane Rosette, a teacher trainer and educational expert, tackled proactive discipline with teachers of Lopez Learning Center during their in-service training. Which of the following is not characteristics of proactive discipline?
A. Being reactive
B. Being punitive
C. Being preventive
D. Being inventive
A. Reactive is the opposite of Proactive.
This must be avoided when we apply Maslow’s needs hierarchy in running our classroom.
A. Allowing a student to come to class late even if s/he does not have an excuse slip
B. Reprimanding a hungry student for being listless
C. Adjusting one’s teaching strategies to arouse students’ interest in learning
D. Changing seating arrangements from time to time
B. Food is a basic need, so students should not be reprimanded when being listless due to hunger. We cannot expect student to learn unless his basic need (food) is met.
Teacher Vivian discovered that Rachel, one of her preschool students, is very much advanced in her reading skills. Rachel must be in this stage in order for her reading skills to be nurtured and developed.
A. Emergent stage
B. Developing stage
C. Emergent and developing stage
D. Fluent stage
D. Fluent stage is where a student is no longer dependent on pictures while reading.
Teachers students, parents, administrators, and members of the community are best known as ____________.
D. Stakeholders are the key players of any system/organization/process.
Global education, which develops and utilizes higher-order thinking and social skills, enables students to ___________.
A. Master their own racial origins
B. Develop openness to various cultures and races
C. Think creatively
D. Connect with their own culture
B. Global education allows students to be more accepting/tolerant of other cultures.
Teachers must be ____________ so that their students can be creative learners.
D. Flexibility allow the students to show creativity. Creativity will not flourish in an authoritarian/militaristic-style classroom.