Test Bank Foundations and Best Practices in Early Childhood Education, 4th Edition Lissanna Follari A+

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Test Bank Foundations and Best Practices in Early Childhood Education, 4th Edition Lissanna Follari A+

Test Bank Foundations and Best Practices in Early Childhood Education, 4th Edition Lissanna Follari A+

$35.00
Test Bank Foundations and Best Practices in Early Childhood Education, 4th Edition Lissanna Follari A+
  • The term early childhood years refers to which span of ages?
  1. Birth through 5 years
  2. Birth through 3 years
  3. Birth through 10 years
  4. Birth through 8 years

Answer: D

  • Conventional literacy is a typical milestone of which developmental learning phase?
  1. A) Infant
  2. B) Toddler
  3. C) Preschooler
  4. D) Early elementary
  5. E) Adolescence

Answer: D

  • Beginning to master simple self-care skills is a typical milestone of which developmental learning phase?
  1. Infant
  2. Toddler
  3. Preschooler
  4. Early elementary
  5. Adolescence

Answer: B

  • Enjoying games with rules is a typical milestone of which developmental learning phase?
  1. Infant
  2. Toddler
  3. Preschooler
  4. Early elementary
  5. Adolescence

Answer: D

  • Beginning to control motor movements is a typical milestone of which developmental learning phase?
  1. Infant
  2. Toddler
  3. Preschooler
  4. Early elementary
  5. Adolescence

Answer: A

  • Rich imagination and exploding language skills are typical milestones of which developmental learning phase?
  1. Infant
  2. Toddler
  3. Preschooler
  4. Early elementary
  5. Adolescence

Answer: C

  • Which is NOT a good use of a professional portfolio?
  1. Present competencies on professional standards.
  2. Demonstrate beliefs and values, and provide evidence of experiences.
  3. Reflect on their practice through on-going self-reviews.
  4. Demonstrate impact on individual children, including child names and work samples.

Answer: D

  • Early childhood professionals' roles include all of the following, EXCEPT:
  1. Advocate
  2. Teacher
  3. Babysitter
  4. Researcher

Answer: C

  • Teachers use developmental theories to:
  1. Program activities focused on the one age group they are working with.
  2. Recommend specific classroom placements for children.
  3. Inform parents of children's progress relative to other children in the room.
  4. Understand the range and general sequence of major trends in developmental milestones in all domains.

Answer: D

  • When teachers promote the idea that they have all the answers, children may feel:
  1. Afraid to share ideas, fearing they may be wrong.
  2. Eager to figure out the answer the teacher is looking for.
  3. Willing to share many ideas in search of true knowledge.
  4. Empowered and valued, despite the teacher's ultimate authority.

Answer: A

  • What does it mean to consider the "teacher as researcher"?
  1. To be a good teacher means you should be conducting studies and publishing results.
  2. Teachers actively explore current research and innovations in teaching, as well as carefully observe children, to enhance their own practice.
  3. Teachers should refrain from interacting with their children so they can obtain unbiased observation data.
  4. Teachers must take detailed notes for most of their time in the classroom to ensure correct data recording.

Answer: B

  • A teacher who understands public policies affecting children and families, and who participates in community groups and professional organizations to benefit young children, is an example of the teacher as:
  1. Life-long learner.

Answer: C

  • Which statement is true regarding children's play?
  1. Play is a primary vehicle for children's learning and development in all domains.
  2. Play should be used as a brief break from direct instruction.
  3. Play is only appropriate at home, not at school.
  4. While children enjoy playing, teachers should focus on more academic activities.

Answer: A

  • Which one of the following is NOT one of the major themes of present-day practice?
  1. Inclusive education which values and engages each and every child.
  2. Integrating appropriate and comprehensive learning standards and using assessment to drive instruction.
  3. Advocating for programming that reflects unique family culture.
  4. Separating programs for children with and without disabilities.

Answer: D

  • Social emotional learning is an important emphasis in early childhood programs, and refers to:
  1. The degree to which children do what they are told by teachers and adults.
  2. Children's knowledge and skills in understanding and managing emotions, set and achieve goals, and demonstrate empathy for others.
  3. Children's ability to play with other children.
  4. How popular children appear to be in their peer group.

Answer: B

  • Which are the two key practices related to strong social emotional learning are:
  1. Strong system of punishment and reward for compliant behavior.
  2. Warm and responsive teacher-child interactions and reduced child-child interactions.
  3. Warm and responsive teacher-child interactions and teaching strategies related to building social emotional competencies.
  4. Teaching strategies focused on following rules and clear classroom behavioral expectations.

Answer: C

  • Of the following broad goals of standards in early childhood programs, which does NOT fit?
  1. Integrating broad developmental trends while planning for individual development.
  2. Balancing instruction to engage diverse learning styles and address all domains.
  3. Helping children make personal connections and find meaning in their experiences.
  4. Grouping children into similar ability groups to speed instruction for most of the school day.

Answer: D

  • How can teachers successfully address standard learning goals while upholding good practice?
  1. Use standards as the starting place when planning instruction
  2. Rely on all expected standards as curriculum objectives in the classroom
  3. Engage students in play and learning activities that require application of appropriate academic skills
  4. Require students to sit in desks and participate in teacher-driven activities

Answer: B

  • What is Response to Intervention (RTI)?
  1. A single-tiered system of instructional support based on universal standards
  2. A science-based curriculum for preschool ages
  3. A model in which students receive individualized instruction and support in order to meet their specific academic needs, with emphasis on regular data-driven decisions
  4. A teacher training approach that encourages ability grouping

Answer: C

  • What is the definition of a professional portfolio?
  1. An organized collection of work that reflects your beliefs, experiences, and competencies as a teacher.
  2. A specialized job application for teaching positions.
  3. A collection of family photos.
  4. A diary.

Answer: A

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