Teaching Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET
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Which of the following is not the function of the government?
To impose tax
To ban child marriage
To obey customs
To punish originals
What type of teachers are appreciated?
With charming personality
The one exercising strict control over his students
The one who understands the problems of students and helps them
What is most important for a teacher ?
to maintain discipline in class
to be punctual in class
to remove difficulties of students
to be good orator
The simplest from planning condition, according to Gagne
All of the above
Evaluation in education insists on the following
Making tests more reliable and valid
Conducting periodical tests to detect students' weaknesses
Insisting on clear cut behavioral objectives of teaching
Examining students objectively for selection purpose
In signal learning associated with conditioning, the multi-discrimination of concept is associated with
All of the above
During a conference, the mother of the third grader asks the teacher how she can help improve her child's reading ability. Of the following the poorest recommendation is that she should
encourage the child to make regular visits to the public library
give the child books as presents for birthdays and special occasions
Take the child on trips to interesting places in the community
Severely limit the child watching of television
When a child with a disability first comes to school, the teacher should
refer the child to a special school according to the disability
seclude him from other students
discuss with the child's parents to evolve collaborative plans
conduct an admission test
Mean and standard deviation of a set of scores are 'M' and 's' respectively. If k is added to every raw score, the new mean and standard deviation are :
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