Q1. Mary Budd Rowe’s research on wait time indicates that to encourage greater student participation, teachers should
(a)decrease wait time 1 and wait time 2.
(b)decrease wait time 1 but increase wait time 2.
(c)increase wait time 1 but decrease wait time 2.
(d)increase wait time 1 and wait time 2.
Q2. When used effectively, corrective feedback is
(a)a focus on personal behavior, including personality traits
(b)not tied to specific performance, but uses a general statement about performance
(c)tied to specific performance, and not personal in nature
Q3. The role of the teacher in direct teaching is best described as a
(a)personal tutor who tracks individual students’ progress and needs.
(b)strong leader who structures the classroom.
(c)project manager who can design hands-on learning activities.
(d)discussion leader who is well versed in the Socratic method.
Q4. Researcher Robert Slavin is most closely associated with which model of instruction?
Q5. Educator Larry Cuban found that over nearly a century, teaching
(a)has undergone remarkably little change.
(b)has progressed from teacher-centered to strikingly student-centered.
(c)has risen in status from a semi-profession to a full-fledged profession.
(d)has remained constant in its willingness to challenge the status quo.
Q6.Academic learning time is
(a)engaged time in which students show a high success rate.
(b)time in which students are actively involved in a subject.
(c)allocated time with academic subjects.
(d)time scheduled for an academic subject.
Q7. Discipline problems are most likely to occur during
Q8. Which educational researcher analyzed effective classroom management, identifying such skills as withitness, overlapping, and avoidance of fragmentation?
Q9.Who studied and analyzed the pedagogical cycle?
Q10. Pedagogical cycles are initiated by teachers about what percent of the time?