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Personal experience, as well as the social, political, and economic context in which we live, are important parts of the:
a) Curriculum b) School community c) Instructional strategies d) None of above
Creating a space for learning must first consider:
a) Students’ learning styles. b) The discipline policy of the school. c) Teachers’ instructional capabilities. d) None of the above
According to Banks (2001), what can be done to help teachers understand the ways in which race, ethnicity, language, and social class interact to influence student behavior?
a) Implementation of professional development programs b) Daily conversations with principals and other school leaders c) Regular meetings with community members d) None of the above
Which three factors characterize optimal environments for student learning?
a) Social/emotional needs of the students, culturally relevant/responsive curriculum, and insights and contributions of parents b) Social/emotional needs of the students, resources made available to the school, and culturally relevant/responsive curriculum c) Social/emotional needs of the students, professional needs of teachers, and culturally relevant/responsive curriculum d) None of the above
A school that practices multicultural education provides professional development that helps teachers:
a) Understand the characteristics of ethnic groups and the ways in which race, ethnicity, language, and social class interact to b) Analyze the appropriateness of research-based instructional strategies for their school. c) Both Answers # 1 and Answers # 2 d) None of the above
What instructional strategy can be used to generate interest among diverse students?
a) Relate the curriculum to students’ race, culture, religion, language, values, or beliefs. b) Provide a variety of homework assignments on the topics presented in class. c) Use lecture as the primary method of instruction in his classes. d) None of the above
According to Banks (2001), equity pedagogy is:
a) Instruction that provides all students with an equal opportunity to attain academic and social success in school b) Instruction that provides all students with academic support after school c) Both Answer # 1 and Answer # 2 d) None of the above
According to Rude and Banerjee (2013) the four pillars of effective leadership are:
a) Integrity, authenticity, commitment to a larger cause, and accountability b) Accountability, altruism, adaptability, and authenticity c) Interaction with parents, commitment to a larger cause, adaptability, and accountability d) None of the above
Burley et al. (2010) suggest that a possible core problem with the underrepresentation of African Americans in gifted programs is:
a) The cultural value placed upon the concept of advancement in the current system b) Their socioeconomic status c) How theorists and government and educational agencies defined giftedness. d) None of the above
According to Quiros, Kay, and Montijo (2012) students to need to feel emotionally safe to:
a) Ask questions b) Speak with conviction c) Challenge ideas, and internalize new information d) All of the above
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