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Question 1
Which of the following is NOT an essential planning aspect of classroom management? 
Developing expectations 
Interactive activities 
Classroom arrangement 
Redirecting behavior
Question 2
Which of the following is NOT an example of good classroom management? 
Sally’s behavior continues to escalate; the teacher changes her seat to remove unnecessary distractions.
Joe continues to talk to his friends during instruction; the teacher ignores his behavior
and hopes he will correct his own behavior.
While lining up in the hallway, students played with the lockers; the teacher instructs the students to take one step toward the center of hall.
After noticing that several students have failed to complete their homework for consecutive days, the teacher implemented an incentive plan.
Question 3
Based on Question 2, what is an essential characteristic of a teacher in regards to classroom management?
[Question 2] Which of the following is NOT an example of good classroom management?
•Sally’s behavior continues to escalate; the teacher changes her seat to remove unnecessary distractions.
•Joe continues to talk to his friends during instruction; the teacher ignores his behavior and hopes he will correct his own behavior.
•While lining up in the hallway, students played with the lockers; the teacher instructs the students to take one step toward the center of hall.
•After noticing that several students have failed to complete their homework for consecutive days, the teacher implemented an incentive plan.
Flexibility
Rigidness 
Inflexibility 
Resistance
Question 4
Mr. Jones has decided to have the students work in pairs to complete a science lab. To complete the lab, the students will need to gather supplies and be able to view the board. He had all the supplies grouped together on the front table, and he had the desks already in pairs before the students arrived. As the students began to work, Mr. Jones began to move about the room to check on the students’ progress. This proved to be difficult as the students personal belongings were around their paired desks. Which element did Mr. Jones fail to plan for?
Room arrangement 
Accessible materials
High traffic areas
Visibility of presentation
Question 5
What elements are essential for teachers to teach and students to learn in a successful environment?
Positive behavior and responsibility
Responsibility and civility
Talent and potential 
Maturity and professionalism
Question 6
Jackie is a female student who loves to read. She is very driven to win the book challenge that her teacher has designed. She often tries to read during instructional time and argues with the teacher when she is redirected. What grade range best describes Jackie?
Primary grades
Intermediate grades
Middle school grades 
High school grades
Question 7
Which of the following is not an example of a need that teachers should be cognizant of in regards to their students?
Dignity 
Power 
Enjoyment
Competition
Question 8
Of all students, ¼ are living in poverty. What categorizes these children as living in poverty?
To meet nutritional needs, 1/3 of disposable income is needed for food.
To meet nutritional needs, 1/4 of disposable income is needed for food. Housing essentials such as utilities take 1/3 of disposable income. Housing essentials such as utilities take 1/4 of disposable income.
Question 9
Jose has difficulty reading aloud. When the teacher calls on him to read during small group, he often argues and becomes disrespectful. This often leads to him being removed from the group. Why is his misbehavior occurring?
Egocentric personality 
Poor behavior choices
Avoidance
Expediency
Question 10
All of the following are strategies to promote classroom discipline EXCEPT 
removing or limiting conditions that promote misbehavior.
punishing students who fail to follow class rules.
teaching students how to behave properly.
redirecting students to proper behavior when they misbehave.
Question 11
Which of the following is NOT a procedure?
Put your lunchbox in your cubby when you come in the room. 
Walk in a straight line when we go to lunch.
Respect the property of others.
Throw your trash away as you exit the room.
Question 12
Which of the following is a catastrophic grading mistake? 
Using the same grading scale as your co-teachers
Giving students a zero for missing assignments
Weighting tests and projects more heavily 
Recording grades throughout a project
Question 13
Deciding what to grade, how to grade, and when to grade are essential parts of teacher planning. Identify which element you should NOT consider when planning.
Criteria and requirements 
Headings and due dates
Peer and group work
Consequences and late work
Question 14
Behavior modification, rewarding behavior that is desired, can be attributed to which psychologist?
William Wattenburg
B. F. Skinner
Jacob Kounin 
Alfie Kohn
Question 15
Joey’s behavior had gotten to be a disruption to the students around him. His teacher decided it was time to intervene. Her first action was to explain to Joey what he had done wrong. Next, she asked that Joey take ownership of his behaviors and explain how his actions affected others. She and Joey discussed what behaviors would be socially acceptable. Finally, she had Joey apologize to those who were affected by his behavior. Joey’s teacher helped him to work through which processes?
Restitution 
Resolution
Reality
Reconciliation
Question 16
At the start of class, Mrs. Rose raised her hand. Immediately, the class fell silent, and the students turned to look at her. She began the morning activities. After she asked a question, she paused and gave the students time to process. Next, she called on a student to respond. How did Mrs. Rose help prevent misbehavior?
Overlapping and momentum 
Withitness and accountability 
Satiation and smoothness
Group alerting and accountability
Question 17
Where do neurological-based behaviors originate?
Brain
Home 
Nervous System 
Culture
Question 18
Which does NOT correctly explain the following learning disabilities?
Julia has difficulty with subtraction, multiplication and division. She was recently diagnosed with dyscalculia.
With a current diagnosis of dyslexia, Trevor has difficulty decoding words and spelling words with blended sounds.
Cara was struggling to hold her pencil to write and even crayons to color; her teacher
suggested having her tested for dysgraphia.
Although Michael was frustrated when he could not learn how to tie his shoes, he did not have dyspraxia.
Question 19
Leo was engaged in a classroom group activity. He was excited about working with his friends. As they began to work, he became frustrated with his group members. Leo felt they were not listening to his contributions. He began to raise his voice in hopes they would listen. When they refused, he began to tell his group members to shut up and listen. Leo’s teacher heard him yell at a group member and call him names. She quickly made her way over to the group. What phase of rage is Leo?
Triggering
Escalation
Rage 
Post-rage
Question 20
Children who are on the Autism spectrum exhibit the same characters. 
True False

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