Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Teachers' professionalism may be assessed in terms of all of the following commitments except
commitment to the profession and students
commitment to the colleagues and employer
commitment to the religion and castes
commitment to the parents and community
Which of the two given options is of the level of understanding? I) Define noun. II) Define noun in your own words. (June-2006)
Both I and II
Neither I nor II
Choice of a vocation depends ........
Ease of admission
Income generated by the occupation
Interest and skills of the learner
Subjects a student learnt at school
Idealistic education is ....... centered.
What should be the basis of an effecitve and successful leadership ?
Service of the group
Welfare of the whole group
The relationship between teaching and learning is
Teaching, learning\textemdash the addition of these two processes makes learning more effective and interesting
The more significance of learning theories in the development of teaching theories
Teaching is a purposive process which reaches after adequate learning
All of the above
Which is not the focal point of triangular process of teaching
The National Educational Policy of 1979, recommended also about the public schools
their uniquencies and traditions have to preserved the interests of the best talents of the country
they should be brought under laws and regulations of the government public education system
they must be allowed the autonomy that was bestowed on them by the past system of education
suitable ratio has to be maintained for admission of middle class and poor student also.
Maturity and emotional development are directly proportional to each other. This concept was given by
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