how long it will take for the teacher to clean up the materials the children use.

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Question 1 of 20


When materials are organized clearly and children come to learn where items are stored, children are more likely to:


A. resist fighting with peers.

B. be generous with the materials.

C. clean up without adult help.

D. ask questions.


Question 2 of 20


Children learn more from:


A. single subject-area curriculum than project-based curriculum.

B. paper and pencil work than projects.

C. structured curriculum that focuses on standards than integrated units.

D. integrated units of study than a focus on a single subject area.


Question 3 of 20


The four key domains of children’s developmental needs are represented by the acronym PIES, which stands for:


A. personal, intellectual, environmental, and social.

B. physical, intellectual, emotional, and social.

C. physical, interests, environmental, and senses.

D. personal, interests, emotional, and senses.


Question 4 of 20


Mary wants to paint at the easel, but Tom arrived there first today. Their teacher, Ms. Spencer, wants Mary to paint, but she does not want Mary to waste all of her learning center time waiting for her turn. To make the easel accessible to all the children, and to minimize waiting time, what is the best thing that Ms. Spencer could do?


A. Develop a weekly schedule for using the easel.

B. Use a sign-up sheet for children who want to paint.

C. Give children five-minute limits at the easel.

D. Assign a child to monitor the easel.


Question 5 of 20


Confusion that may lead to discipline problems can often be prevented through:


A. interesting activities.

B. intellectual challenges.

C. predictable routines.

D. All of the above 


Question 6 of 20


A teacher who often lectures students from the board and rarely gives time for discussion, reflection, or concrete activities has limited his or her teaching to transmitting __________ knowledge.


A. physical

B. logico-mathematical

C. learned

D. social


Question 7 of 20


As children get older, their play increasingly emphasizes:


A. others.

B. fine motor skills.

C. rules.

D. imagination.


Question 8 of 20


Besides deciding how to organize their classroom to accommodate a variety of learning settings, teachers should also consider:


A. what types of learning centers would be most beneficial.

B. how long it will take for the teacher to clean up the materials the children use.

C. how to gear the learning materials toward the highest ability group.

D. what time breaks and recess should be taken.


Question 9 of 20


Investigating some bugs the children found on the playground and finding books to identify them instead of doing your scheduled science lesson for the day is an example of:


A. an integrated curriculum.

B. relevant learning.

C. developmental centers.

D. an outdoor classroom.


Question 10 of 20


When Mrs. Baker takes the time to meet with children __________, it helps her build a relationship with each child.


A. each month

B. in small groups

C. in circle time

D. individually


Question 11 of 20


When adults encourage pretend play, they are helping children to develop logical reasoning skills, creative thinking, and __________, as well as social skills.


A. critical thinking

B. consequence awareness

C. scientific reasoning

D. long-term friendships


Question 12 of 20


Children learn best:


A. one-on-one.

B. in small groups.

C. in large groups.

D. at home.


Question 13 of 20


Mrs. Miller is having circle time with her kindergarten class on the first day of school. They are brainstorming ideas for classroom guidelines. Why is Mrs. Miller allowing the children to help with this process?


A. Mrs. Miller did not have enough time to prepare the rules ahead of time.

B. Mrs. Miller knows this will help the children like her when she must enforce rules.

C. Mrs. Miller knows that children are more likely to follow rules they helped create.

D. Mrs. Miller wants the rules to be easier for the children to understand.


Question 14 of 20


__________ can help children know what to expect next, thus helping children become co-operative members of a group.


A. Rules

B. Routines

C. Guidelines

D. Calendars


Question 15 of 20


Because constructivist classrooms use multiple teaching methods, the classrooms must have variety and flexibility to accommodate these learning styles. Three kinds of areas a constructivist classroom should have are:


A. nooks, group spaces, and desks.

B. desks, individual areas, and play areas.

C. large-group areas, individual areas, and small-group areas.

D. small-group areas, large-group areas, and play areas.


Question 16 of 20


Singing a song or solving mental math problems are good for:


A. waiting in line.

B. activity-to-activity transitions.

C. arrival and departure transitions.

D. None of the above.


Question 17 of 20


According to Dr. Maria Montessori, the “other teacher” in the classroom is the:


A. classroom environment.

B. teacher assistant.

C. parent volunteers.

D. curriculum.


Question 18 of 20


The best shape in which to arrange children for a child-centered group time is a:


A. square.

B. semi-circle.

C. circle.

D. horseshoe.


Question 19 of 20


Boy babies tend to want to look more at:


A. colors.

B. movement.

C. faces.

D. light.


Question 20 of 20


Gathering children together as a group is essential for building a sense of __________ in a classroom.


A. community

B. self-esteem

C. friendship


D. autonomy

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