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Learning Communities

Create collaborative environments where students can engage in learning experiences, build connections, and support each other's academic and personal growth.







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Observation of violence is linked to a ________ likelihood of subsequently acting aggressively

  • greater

A task used to study the confirmation bias effect in eyewitness identification

  • post identification feedback paradigm

What is a set of desirable skills and dispositions among teachers help foster the learners’ global awareness?

  • global competence

The PLC 's response to students who experience difficulty is:

  • Timely
  • Timely
  • Encouragin
  • Based on intervention rather than remediation
  • Directive

Approximately what percentage of today's students have a learning disability?

  • 5
  • 5
  • 5%
  • .05

IDEA defines a learning disability as a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding or using ______________.

  • language

What does EPP stands for?

  • Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan

What is the end goal of the TEDP Master Plan for 2015-2025?

  • adopt the 21st Century Philippine Education for all public and private schools
  • sustain a strong foundation for developing glocal Filipino professional teachers
  • apply field-based learning

The ability to understand spoken language at a level commensurate with the student's age and ability levels is called...

  • Listening comprehension
  • Oral expression
  • Reading comprehension
  • Written expression
  • None of the above

What is the complete title of lesson one to emerge as a global teacher?


All competencies are not included in Technology tools domain, except?

  • Use ICT knowledge to solve complex problems and support student collaborative activities
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of technology tool to support community of learners
  • Collaborate with peers, colleagues and stakeholders to access information in support of professional learning
  • Demonstrate social, ethical and legal responsibility in the use of technology tools and resources

Being able to process numerical symbols to derive results is called __________ _________.

  • mathematics calculation
  • mathematics calculation
  • math calculation
  • mathematical calculation

Defined as a diverse set of technological tools and resources used to communicate and to create, disseminate, store and manage information

  • Industrial arts
  • ICT
  • Home Economics
  • Agriculture

Type of grouping intended to promote tutoring (student-student), where both have different levels of curricular competence, so that one of them acts as a tutor for the other.

  • Expert groups
  • Pair work
  • Homogeneous groups
  • Small groups

PLC stands for

  • Professional Leadership Council
  • Practice Learn Create
  • Professional Learning Communities
  • Practical Leadership Components

When referring to the PAR model, what does the abbreviation PAR stand for?

  • Present, Assess, Reciprocate
  • Peruse, Answer, Reflect
  • Present, Apply, Review

True or false: An effective PLC should set as many goals as possible to improve learning and teaching.

  • false

Where does a plenary come in a lesson, is it

  • The beginning of a lesson
  • The middle of a lesson
  • The end of a lesson

The finding that individuals often cannot report specific events that occurred before age 2

  • infantile amnesia

ICT stands for ________.

  • Information and Communication Technologies

Tony Buzan is famous for what?

  • Public speaking
  • Mind Maps
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming

What's the future of learning common?

  • It is meant to gain access to the global, interconnected and interactive communication networks of the present.
  • It is meant to gain access to the global, interconnected and interactive communication networks of the future.
  • It will soon introduce automated lecturers
  • It is the future of learning

Which is not a manifestation of a global teacher?

  • intercultural sensitivity
  • classroom application of globalization
  • acceptance of difference
  • classroom localization

What is the complete name of your course instructor?

  • Nardy Duterte
  • Jonard P. Duterte
  • Junard Duterte
  • Junard P. Duterte

A task that is used to study memory for remote events that asks individuals to recall episodes from specific periods of life

  • autobiographical memory schedule

What do digital technologies bring compared to printed books?

  • They offer additional pathways to learning and content acquisition
  • They offer additional learning content
  • They are more manageable
  • They are easy to store

The finding that memory accuracy and confidence are often weakly correlated in studies of eyewitness memory

  • accuracy/confidence paradox

In England how many children in ten do not own a book

  • Three out every ten children
  • Four out every ten children
  • Two out of every ten childre

ICT Competency Standards consists of how many domains?

  • 7
  • 6
  • 8
  • 5

Learning is by doing

  • Gagne
  • Bruner
  • Piaget
  • Dewey

Does observing real- life exposure to actual violence lead to increase in aggression?

  • No
  • Unknown
  • Yes

Learning is an active process and learners construct new ideas or concepts based upon existing knowledge.

  • Gagne
  • Piaget
  • Bruner
  • Dewey

What's the role of the school library?

  • People get to express themselves with more ease
  • Students get to learn more effectively
  • It has an integral and transformative role to play in implementing this new form of education
  • It transforms people's idea about education

What is observational learning?

  • Learning from reading books
  • Learning behavior but not showing behavior until rewarded
  • Learning by watching the behavior of another person, or model

Name one of the essential characteristics of a PLC

  • Shared mission, vision, values and goals

Use ____________to develop 21st century skills: information and media and technology skills and learning and innovation skills, career skills and effective communication skills

  • ICT tools

From an innovative perspective, what's the role of the student? (select the wrong one)

  • leader learner
  • active role
  • responsible for their educational process
  • external to their learning process

What is one of the advantages of learning commons?

  • The furniture it provides
  • The people who go there
  • The lectures made available to students
  • The low rate fees charged to students

According to Hattie which teaching strategy has the highest effect in the classroom?

  • Direct Instruction
  • _Feedback

Copycat killings are an example of observational learning

  • True
  • False

Positive interdependence is the main characteristic of:

  • Service learning
  • Cooperative learning
  • Project-Based learning
  • Problem-Based learning

All competencies are included in Organization and Administration domain, except?

  • Manage technology-assisted instruction in an inclusive classroom environment
  • Use technology tools to create new learning opportunities to support community learners
  • Exhibit leadership in shared decision-making using technology tools
  • Explore existing and emerging technology to acquire additional content and pedagogical knowledge

Which is not a duty of a global teacher?

  • maximize technology use and digital tools in teaching poor students
  • understand the different educational systems of countries
  • master skills and competencies that respond to global demands
  • possess worldviews that are acceptable to multinational communities

In terms of teaching & learning, what does 'acceleration' mean?

  • Increasing the pace of your lesson
  • This is were very bright school students are put forward a year
  • This is were deadlines are shortened to increase throughput of student work

When Dr. Andrew Churches updated the taxonomy for the digital era, changed the levels of the taxonomy.

  • True
  • False

Pedagogical approach in which direct instruction takes place outside the classroom and class time is used to carry out activities.

  • Flipped Classroom
  • Problem-Based Learning
  • Learning communities
  • Project-Based Learning

Means the quality of being able to make a project or an article of functional value out of existing materials and resources with a touch of originality.

  • Creative
  • Innovative
  • Resourceful
  • Inventive

What's the other name for libraries as learning commons?

  • 3 key zones
  • Free zone
  • Free space
  • Bubbles

Bandura's ____________ theory of learning states that people learn through watching a(n) _________

  • observational, model

Means the ability or quality of making the unavailable materials and tools available through the use of alternatives and/or devising or making improvised tools.

  • Innovative
  • Inventive
  • Creative
  • Resourceful

Being able to understand logical relationships between mathematical concepts and operations is called ____________ _____________.

  • mathematics reasoning
  • mathematics reasoning
  • math reasoning
  • mathematical reasoning

Give your best shots. "GIVE a man a fish and you will feed him for a day: Teach the man how to fish and you will feed him forever."

  • [No Answer]

To undergo an active process through which a new and initially changeable or labile memory becomes permanent

  • consolidation

What is somethin that globalizes communication by connecting the users from around the world?

  • internet

Hypothesis proposed by Ribot that the likelihood that a particular memory will be lost due to injury is inversely related to the time elapsed between the event to be remembered and the injury

  • law of regression

A form of memory that reflects events from the individual's past that includes specific contextual details

  • autobiographical memory

Which is not a goal of global education?

  • increasing fluency in other languages
  • increasing knowledge about multicultural settings
  • increasing critical attitudes toward other cultures

What's the specific year does CHED provided the ICT Competency Standards?

  • 2020
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2017

Loss of memories formed prior to the onset of amnesia

  • retrograde amnesia

What year was the Education Reform Act?

  • 1982
  • 1985
  • 1988

All competencies are included in Pedagogy domain, except?

  • Apply relevant technology tools for classroom activities
  • Use ICT knowledge to solve complex problems and support student collaborative activities
  • Model collaborative knowledge instruction in face to face and virtual environments
  • Evaluate digital and non-digital learning resources in response to student’s diverse needsCorrect -

To prepare what the future holds, what should the glocal teachers do?

  • prepare diverse learners for the global village without forgetting their local communities
  • prepare diverse learners for the 21st century literacies and future jobs in global market
  • prepare diverse learners for the modern and digital technologies responsive to distance education

Show _____________ towards the use of technology tools

  • positive attitude

Means the quality of being able to develop an article or a project which is an original one, or an improvement of an existing one.

  • Innovative
  • Resourceful
  • Creative
  • Inventive

A task used to study illusory memory that involves encoding semtanically related lists of words

  • DRM paradigm

What is a state where everyone can communicate or share ideas regardless of distance, worldviews, and differences?

  • global village

An important part of establishing an effective PLC is to:

  • schedule date/time for meetings in calendar
  • establish meeting protocols
  • look at data, collaborate and reflect
  • all are correct

What terms imply that global education is a result of shrinking world due to technology access?

  • one planet schoolhouse and global village
  • one planet schoolhouse and flatworld
  • globall village and flatworld

Observational learning may have a genetic basis.

  • True
  • False

All competencies are not included in Teacher Professional Learning domain, except?

  • Demonstrate awareness of policies affecting ICT in education
  • Utilize technology in creating communities practiceCorrect -
  • Use ICT tools to develop 21st century skills: information and media and technology skills and learning and innovation skills, career skills and effective communication skills
  • Explore existing and emerging technology to acquire additional content and pedagogical knowledge

The foundation of a PLC is based on _____ big ideas

  • 4
  • 3
  • 5
  • 2

Violent video games have also been linked to actual aggression

  • True
  • False

The concentric circle system can be used to create

  • Heterogeneous groups
  • Homogeneous groups
  • Pair work
  • Fixed groups

Use technology tools to create new learning opportunities to support ____________ learners

  • community

How many layers are there in Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

  • 5
  • 4
  • 6

The first principle of Merrill's Instructional Design is:

  • Integration
  • Activation
  • Problem-centered
  • Application

What are two priorities that educators shall pay attention to if they aim for global education?

  • ease of information access and increase technologies in classrooms
  • ease of mobility in international travels and study their educational systems
  • ease in applying global educational trends across schools

What is ONE of the big ideas in which PLC is based on:

  • Ensuring that students learn

What does QTLS stand for?

  • Qualified Teacher Lecturer Status
  • Qualified Teacher Learning & Skills
  • Qualified Teacher Lecturing Skills

A person can have a dual exceptionality, meaning that they have a learning disability along with another condition. Which of the following is NOT an example of a condition that could accompany a learning disability to qualify as a dual exceptionality?

  • Giftedness
  • Language differences
  • Lack of opportunity
  • Another primary disability such as sensory impairment or emotional disorder
  • None of the above

A form of consolidation that involves alterations of our knowledge networks through complex interactions between brain structures lasting for weeks to years after learning experiences

  • reorganization

What does a learning community do?

  • It only sets objectives
  • It enables shared learning
  • It supports distributed leadership
  • It connects people
  • It accelerates progress toward impact at scale

A paradigm where individuals are given a word and asked to recall a related autobiographical memory

  • galton cueing method

Uses a variety of teaching methods to remove any barriers to learning and gives all students equal opportunities to succeed

  • UDL
  • SDG
  • Merrill's Instructional Design Principles
  • Bloom's Taxonomy

What is the meaning of ICT?

  • Information, Communications and Technology

The phases of investigation, preparation, action, reflection and demonstration belong to:

  • Service learning
  • Cooperative learning
  • Problem-Based learninf
  • Gamification

Is the key to innovation, productivity and effective competition.

  • Home Economics
  • Industrial Arts
  • Agriculture
  • Entrepreneurship

A language learning disability in ___________ ____________ affects aperson's ability to understand the meaning of written language

  • reading comprehension

We should use the UDL only if we have disabled students in our class

  • True
  • False

A learning disability may manifest in an imperfect ability to... (choose all that apply)

  • Think
  • Think
  • Listen or speak
  • Read, write, or spell
  • Behave
  • Do mathematical calculations

The previous definition of a learning disability applies to language that is either _____________ or ______________. (separate answers with a space only)

  • written spoken
  • written spoken
  • spoken written

The group maintains its components for a long period of time. Each student performs a position with specific functions. These groups allow the creation of a favorable affective climate and facilitate the control and management of the class.

  • Flexible groups
  • Interactive groups
  • Fixed groups
  • Large groups

The field deals with the relationship between individuals, families and communities, an the environment in which they live.

  • Home Economics

PLC stands for:

  • Professional learning college
  • Private learning community
  • Professional learning communities
  • Professors Looking for Challenges

Which of these characteristics is typical of a traditional classroom?

  • Variety of resources
  • Encourages lectures/master classes
  • ICT integration
  • Self-creation of knowledge

What opportunities must global teachers let their learners engage in?

  • digital education technologies
  • socially responsible actions
  • indigenous learning resources

PLC's should focus on data, collaborative improvements and

  • happy hour
  • test scores
  • reflection
  • writing assessments

Although Marshall feels that student learning should be figured into a teacher's evaluation, one component that can be detrimental to PLCs progress is:

  • Test scores
  • Projects
  • Report card grades
  • Portfolio

The following are components of EPP except:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Home Economics
  • Science and Technology
  • Industrial Arts

Is the science and art of cultivating plants and livestock

  • Agriculture

A tendency for individuals to become more confident of an errant decision following positive feedback

  • confirmation bias

From an innovative perspective, what's the role of the teacher? (select the wrong one)

  • guide
  • facilitator
  • gives answers
  • promotes student participation

A language learning disability in ______ ______ ______ affects aperson's ability to use sound/symbol associations to learn phonics in order to comprehend text.

  • basic reading skills

A method of testing eyewitness identification that involves the presentation of several individuals (5+) in a recognition format

  • lineup

A method of testing eyewitness identification that involves the presentation of a single individual in a forced choice format

  • showup

In observational learning

  • Observer’s behavior changes after viewing the behavior of a model
  • Observer’s behavior stays the same after viewing the behavior of a model
  • Observer’s behavior varies depending on the persom after viewing the behavior of a model

A task used to study the malleability of eyewitness memory that involves presenting a video or series of slides followed by a written description of the event

  • misinformation paradigm

According to Bloom's Taxonomy, which cognitive process is the most complex?

  • evaluating
  • creating
  • remembering
  • understanding

“demonstrate proficiency in the ____________________________of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) resources in promoting quality teaching-learning process”.

  • development and utilization

Is a primary subject that deals with lessons about home management and skills in productivity in agriculture and industrial arts.

  • EPP

If there is one thing that changed the world so fast, it is

  • ICT

Who is the Secretary of State for Education

  • Rt Hon Andrew Lansley MP
  • Rt Hon Michael Gove MP
  • Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP

The UDL is an original concept from the education field.

  • True
  • False

What are the challenges to learning commons?

  • How to go from traditional libraries to these new types of learning concepts
  • How to make people comfortable with that new concept
  • How to attract more traffic in those venues
  • How to reconfigure current spaces +access to the technologies that makes it possible

What year did Myerscough receive incorporation, becoming independent of the County Council, and being renamed Myerscough College.

  • 1997
  • 1995
  • 1993

Sudden and severe disruption of the representation of relationships between items in an existing memory network

  • catastrophic interference

There are key questions that teachers need to ask themselves

  • TRUE

The finding that recall of autobiographical memories tends to be centered around the late teens and early 20's

  • reminiscence bump

Where do you mostly find learning commons?

  • At schools
  • At school libraries
  • At Universities
  • At Community libraries

When does the brain stop growing?

  • Mid 20's
  • Around 12 years of age
  • The brain and skull reach their full adult sizes by 16 to 18 years of age

The negative influence of materials learned after a target item on subsequent memory for the target event

  • retroactive interference

What is professional learning communities?

  • [No Answer]

It serves as a starting point for teachers to design learning objectives to carry out their educational practice.

  • Merrill's Instructional Design Principles
  • UDL
  • Bloom's Taxonomy
  • SDG

What does the greek derivation of pedagogy mean?

  • To lead the child
  • To instruct the child
  • To punish the child

Teacher A is using laptop in teaching Science, what kind of teacher is Teacher A?

  • Digital Teacher
  • ICT Teacher
  • Traditional Teacher
  • Normal Teacher

Professional Learning Communities involve teacher teams working collaboratively to:

  • prepare units/assessments
  • think about what students are learning
  • discuss how teaching can be improved
  • all are correct

Which of the following is NOT an example of a psychological process used in information processing?

  • Long-term memory
  • Short-term memory
  • Physical activity
  • Attention
  • Perception

The program outcomes for teacher education degrees clearly state that every future teacher :

  • demonstrate proficiency
  • demonstrate teaching-learning
  • demonstrate care for students
  • All of the above

Which of the following are chracterisitics of an effective PLC?

  • Meeting day/time needs to be in the team members schedule on a regular basis
  • Meeting day/time needs to be in the team members schedule on a regular basis
  • Encourage and guide teachers to look beyond test grades to other student work. Work with them.
  • Establish meeting protocols and an effective, organized facilitator.

Strategy in which students face real-life situations, posed as challenges, in order to guarantee learning that culminates in the creation of a socially valid product.

  • Flipped Classroom
  • Problem-Based Learning
  • Learning communities
  • Project-Based Learning

A language learning disability in ___________ ____________ affects aperson's ability to use spoken language to communicate ideas.

  • oral expression

How much does it cost to join the IFL as a member for a year?

  • £28
  • £38
  • £35

All behavior learn or carryout is observed from another source

  • True
  • False

Scientist that believed in observational learning

  • Albert Bandura
  • Matthew Montejo
  • B.F. Skinner

Department of Education issued Department of Education Order ________, s.2017 mandating the use of Professional Standard for Teachers (PPST) to start with the Beginning Teachers

  • 42

How many SDG are there?

  • 15
  • 17
  • 20
  • 27

When did the concept emerge?

  • In 2005
  • In the 1990's
  • In 2012
  • In the 1960's

When did libraries first appear?

  • In 100 BC
  • In 500 AD
  • In 2600 BC
  • In 1000 AC

A form of memory that reflects events from the individual's past but lacks specific contextual details

  • personal semantic memory

UDL seeks to provide multiple forms of engagement, action & expression, and...:

  • representation

Which of the following are strategies that a teacher can employ when assisting students with learning disabilities. (check all that apply)

  • Assist with organization
  • Assist with organization
  • Call attention to their difficulties in front of others so they are more conscious of them
  • Provide extra time for transitions and responses
  • Give directions orally and in written format
  • Know the student's IEP goals and objectives

Amnesia that causes greater loss of memories for events that occurred recently before a trauma than for events that occurred more remotely in the past

  • temporally graded retrograde amnesia

An educational program which features fabrication of objects in wood or metal using a variety of hand, power, or machine tools

  • Home Economics
  • Industrial Arts
  • Entrepreneuship
  • ICT

What concept means a global outlook adapted to local condition or a local culture that assigns meaning to global influences?

  • glocalization

Learning is a change in human disposition or capability which can be retained and which is not a simply ascribable to the process of growth.

  • Gagne
  • Bruner
  • Piaget
  • Dewey

Why are learning communities important?

  • [No Answer]

What's the purpose of learning commons?

  • They allow for academics libraries to provide wider ranging and more cohesive services
  • They allow for public libraries to provide more cohesive services
  • They allow middle to lower class student to have access to computers and other technologies
  • They allow for older students to follow their long distance classes

According to Bloom's Taxonomy, how many levels can cognitive processes be divided into?

  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7

How can a global teacher become a glocal teacher?

  • by adopting in local setting the good educational systems and practices
  • by translating into local languages the Western ideas in English
  • by considering the surrounding culture, traditions, and contexts