Teaching Aptitude - MCQs with answers - Part 61. A student is 'Exceptional' when his performance is significantly ____________.
a) Above or below the average student
b) Above the average student
c) Below the average student
d) Similar to the average student View Answer / Hide Answer
2. When is the best time to evaluate a student's performance?
ANSWER: a) Above or below the average student
The term exceptional children includes children who experience difficulties in learning as well as those whose performance is so superior that modifications in curriculum and instruction are necessary to help them fulfill their potential.
a) When the instruction have begun
b) When the instruction have ended
c) Only at the end of major units of instruction
d) Throughout the instructional process View Answer / Hide Answer
3. When was the National Adult Education Programme (NAEP) launched?
ANSWER: d) Throughout the instructional process
Formative assessment refers to a wide variety of methods that teachers use to conduct in process evaluations of student comprehension, learning needs, and academic progress during a course.
d) 1986View Answer / Hide Answer
4. When is 'National Teachers' Day' celebrated?
ANSWER: c) 1978
The programme aims at eliminating illiteracy among adults of the age group 15-35.
a) September 5
b) October 5
c) January 15
d) February 28View Answer / Hide Answer
5. What advantage do objective type tests have over essay tests?
ANSWER: a) September 5
Teachers' day is distinct from World Teachers' day which is officially celebrated across the world on October 5.
a) They are easier to interpret
b) They require less technical knowledge
c) The sampling content can be wider
d) They take less time to prepareView Answer / Hide Answer
6. Equalisation of educational opportunity is provided in ____________ of Indian Constitution.
ANSWER: c) The sampling content can be wider
It can be used to measure many different content areas and cognitive levels.
a) Article 14
b) Article 25
c) Article 37
d) Article 45View Answer / Hide Answer
7. How can forgetting be minimised?
ANSWER: d) Article 45
Article 45 of the Indian Constitution is the provision for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of fourteen years.
d) RecitationView Answer / Hide Answer
8. What would you do if you find two students of your class fighting?
ANSWER: c) Overlearning
Overlearning is a strategy whereby the learner continues to study and rehearse the material after it has been brought to mastery.
a) Comfort the victim
b) Ignore the aggressor
c) Ignore the fight
d) Punish both of them
e) Punish the aggressive childView Answer / Hide Answer
9. Where is the First Central Institute of Vocational Education located?
ANSWER: d) Punish both of them
Be equal-handed with all. If you make rules then you must always follow them up. If you use a punishment with one child, you must be prepared to use it with others.
d) MumbaiView Answer / Hide Answer
10. 10+2+3 year structure of education was proposed by ____________ ?
ANSWER: a) Bhopal
The Pandit Sunderlal Sharma Central Institute of Vocational Education (PSSCIVE) is an apex research and development organization in the field of vocational education.
a) Education Commission, 1964
b) Ramamurti Committee, 1990
c) Secondary Education Commission, 1952
d) University Education Commission, 1948View Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: a) Education Commission, 1964
The objectives of the commission are increase in productivity, promoting social and national integration, education and modernization, and developing moral, social and spiritual values.