Alternative Conceptions of Learning in Children CTET MCQ

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Alternative Conceptions of Learning in Children CTET MCQ

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01 Learning in a classroom can be supported by

  1. supporting the individually and autonomy of the children by their teachers
  2. exposing them to a number and variety of tests so that they can be motivated to learn
  3. allowing the teachers to resort to the physical punishment to create a fear in the minds of children
  4. changing the time and duration of the period of the subject

Option 1 – supporting the individually and autonomy of the children by their teachers

02 ‘Visual’ is a

  1. learning aid
  2. watching style
  3. memory aid
  4. learning style

Option 4 – learning style

03 Learning can be made positive by adopting which of the following?

  1. creating a fear of failure in children
  2. pressurising students to study more
  3. constructive and meaningful association
  4. allowing children to carry on the way they want

Option 3 – constructive and meaningful association

04 A good environment of the classroom is required for better learning of children. Which one of the given condition doesn’t fulfil the purpose?

  1. accepting the child for his individuality
  2. students should comply with their teacher
  3. accepting and approving the effort of the children
  4. positivity of the teacher in the classroom

Option 2 – students should comply with their teacher

05 The process of knowledge construction by the teacher requires

  1. active participation of the learner
  2. formation of a group of students to allow interaction at micro level
  3. cramming of the useful concepts by the learner
  4. a regular interaction between teacher and students to form a healthy relation

Option 1 – active participation of the learner

06 Which of the given option tells us the essence of assesment in the process of learning?

  1. motivation
  2. a ground for punishment
  3. evaluation of students and teachers
  4. ranking of the school

Option 1 – motivation

07 Making learning meaningful is meticulous planning. WHich of the followings supports the idea?

  1. framing questions based on the subject matter
  2. organising either a debate or a group discussion in the class
  3. detailed presentation of the topic in the classroom
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

08 Which of the following doesn’t support the way a child learn?

  1. children learn when he is prepared cognitively
  2. there can be multiple pathways by which a child learn
  3. it is just the classroom where the child was learn
  4. intrinsic motivation is required for a child to learn something

Option 3 – it is just the classroom where the child was learn

09 Out of the given statements which one is not false about learning?

  1. it is a process of give and take between the teacher and the student
  2. it is influenced by learner’s emotions
  3. it is a mutual exchange of experience between the teacher and the students
  4. a teacher doesn’t influence the learner in any way

Option 2 – it is influenced by learner’s emotions

10 Which of the following statements cannot be considered as a feature of the process of learning?

  1. educational institutions are the only place where learning takes place
  2. learning is a comprehensive process
  3. learning is goal-oriented
  4. unlearning is also a learning process

Option 1 – educational institutions are the only place where learning takes place

11 The ‘insight theory of learning’ is promoted by

  1. ‘gestalt’ theorists
  2. pavlov
  3. jean piaget
  4. vygotsky

Option 1 – ‘gestalt’ theorists

12 ” A young child responds to a new situation on the basis of the response made by him/her in a similar situation as in the part “. This is related to

  1. ‘law of analogy’ of learning
  2. law of effect of learning
  3. law of attitude of learning process
  4. ‘law of readiness’ of learning

Option 2 – law of effect of learning

13 A PT teachers want her students improve fielding in the game of cricket. Which one of the following strategies will best help his student to achieve that goal?

  1. give student a lot of practice in fielding
  2. tell students how important it is for them to learn to field
  3. explain the logic behind good fielding and rate of success
  4. demonstrate fielding while student observe

Option 2 – tell students how important it is for them to learn to field

14 A teacher never give answers to questions herself. She encourages her students to suggest answers, have group discussions and adopt collaborative learning. This approach is based on the principle of

  1. active participation
  2. proper organisation of instructional material
  3. setting a good example and being a role-model
  4. readiness to learn

Option 1 – active participation

15 ‘Readiness for learning’

  1. thorndike’s law of readiness
  2. general ability level of students
  3. present cognitive level of students in the learning continum
  4. satisfying nature of the act of learning

Option 3 – present cognitive level of students in the learning continum

16 Which one of the following is a factor that affects learning positively?

  1. fear of failure
  2. competition with peers
  3. meaningful association
  4. pressure from parents

Option 3 – meaningful association

17 Learning experiences should be planned in a manner, so as to make learning meaningful. Which of the given learning experience does not facilitate meaningful learning for the children?

  1. repetition based on mere recall of content
  2. formulating questions on content
  3. discussion and debate on the topic
  4. presentation on the topic

Option 1 – repetition based on mere recall of content

18 Learning

  1. is not affected by a learner’s emotions
  2. has very little connection with emotions
  3. is independent of a learner’s emotions
  4. is influenced by a learner’s emotions

Option 4 – is influenced by a learner’s emotions

19 Which of the given statements is not correct about the process of learning?

  1. it is a continuous and comprehensive process
  2. learning is target-oriented process
  3. learning is not just self-centred
  4. schools are the only place to learn

Option 4 – schools are the only place to learn

20 ” Gestalt theorists ” are associated with

  1. social behaviour
  2. hit and trial methods
  3. insight theory
  4. none of the above

Option 3 – insight theory

21 Which of the following roles should parents not play when it comes to learning process of their child?

  1. proactive
  2. positive
  3. neutral
  4. supportive

Option 2 – positive

22 ” Active participation ” has the elements except

  1. reading books to find answers
  2. encouraging to find answers
  3. group discussions
  4. collaborative learning

Option 1 – reading books to find answers

23 Which of the following can be a concern for teacher related learning factor?

  1. good environment of the classroom
  2. infrastructure of the school
  3. students being passive receiver
  4. teacher’s grasp over the subject-matter

Option 4 – teacher’s grasp over the subject-matter

24 The requirement of mechanical drill is indicative of the following except

  1. error of learners
  2. the need of remedial teaching
  3. a gap in learning periods
  4. attention to be paid on the students in the process of learning

Option 3 – a gap in learning periods

25 A shift from teaching to learning can be carried out by employing

  1. entertainment at the institution
  2. child-centred pedagogy
  3. emphasis on the term-end results
  4. all of the above

Option 2 – child-centred pedagogy

26 Making learning activity useful and let the learner develop his own ability is called reinforcement. Assuming this definition to be true, which one would you suggest?

  1. partial reinforcement as it is more effective for a learner
  2. continuous reinforcement as it lets the learner learn quickly
  3. a blend of reinforcement as and when needed by the learner on selective basis
  4. reinforcement is not recommended for it creates dependency

Option 1 – partial reinforcement as it is more effective for a learner

27 Which amongst the following supports the idea of assessment for learning? ( Alternative Conceptions of Learning in Children CTET MCQ )

  1. rectification of the errors of students
  2. to see and evaluate the learning styles of the students
  3. to see the strength of the students
  4. all of the above

Option 4 – all of the above

28 Which one defines present cognitive level of students in the learning continum in the best way? ( Alternative Conceptions of Learning in Children CTET MCQ )

  1. willingness to learn
  2. learning habit
  3. readiness for learning
  4. suitability for learning

Option 3 – readiness for learning

29 As the head of the institution how would you create an environment that is suitable for thinking and learning in children?

  1. by allocating tasks on an individual basis
  2. by allowing students what to and how to learn
  3. by extending the periods so that students get more time to learn
  4. by creating an environment replete with fun and enjoyment

Option 2 – by allowing students what to and how to learn

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