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Which of the following best describes a productive learning environment?
a) A classroom environment in which learners understand and obey well-established rules.
b) A classroom environment that involves collaboration and cooperation between the teacher and students.
c) A classroom environment that involves order and well-established routines.
d) A classroom environment that is orderly and focuses on learning.

Of the following, which is typically beginning teachers’ greatest concern?
a) Their knowledge of the content they teach
b) Their skills, such as questioning
c) Their ability to manage their classrooms
d) Their repertoire of teaching strategies

The description: “Actions teachers take to create an environment that supports and facilitates both academic and social-emotional learning,” best describes:
a) classroom discipline.
b) classroom management.
c) teacher organization.
d) teacher withitness.

Based on research examining classroom management, which of the following is the best advice for beginning teachers with respect to classroom management?
a) Try to prevent management problems before they occur.
b) Develop a series of techniques that will stop misbehavior immediately.
c) Show students you really care about them.
d) Structure lessons so that students are required to actively participate.

Of the following, which best describes the relationship between learning, motivation, and well-managed classrooms compared to classrooms where students are less orderly?
a) Students learn more and are more motivated to learn in well-managed classrooms.
b) Students learn more in well-managed classrooms, but their motivation is slightly decreased.
c) Students’ motivation is increased in well-managed classrooms, but they learn slightly less.
d) Low-achieving students learn more in well-managed classrooms, but high-achieving students learn slightly less.

Teachers’ responses to the misbehavior of students best describes:
a) classroom management.
b) classroom discipline.
c) behavioral approaches to management.
d) teacher organization.

Ms. Amos wants her students to feel emotionally safe enough to say what they think without fear of ridicule or embarrassment. Her class rules include 'treat each other with courtesy and respect.' Of the following Ms. Amos is most nearly trying to:
a) develop well-disciplined students.
b) create a system of automatic rules and procedures.
c) create a positive classroom climate.
d) develop learners’ self-concepts and self-esteem.

The amount of time a teacher or school designates for a topic or subject matter area is called:
a) allocated time.
b) instructional time.
c) engaged time.
d) academic learning time.

Of the following, the one most closely related to “engaged time” is:
a) teacher organization.
b) student attentiveness.
c) student success.
d) teacher expectations.

Of the following, which is the best indicator of a caring teacher?
a) Avoiding communications and learning activities that might damage learners’ self esteem
b) Demonstrating that you respect students by holding them to high standards
c) Designing learning activities to ensure that students are successful virtually all of the time
d) Telling the students that you value each of them as an individual

Which of the following statements best describes the relationship between classroom management and effective instruction? Classroom management and effective instruction are:
a) first and second; order must first be established before teachers can instruct effectively.
b) in reverse order; first, if instruction is effective, classroom management takes care of itself.
c) interdependent;effective teaching won't happen where there's chaos and orderly classrooms won't happen w/ineffective teaching
d) not related; classroom management refers to students’ behaviors, and effective instruction refers to teachers’ behaviors.

The routines students follow in their daily learning activities, such as how they turn in papers, sharpen pencils, and make transitions from one activity to another are best described as:
a) rules.
b) procedures.
c) patterns.
d) strategies.

Without prompting from the teacher, students come into class, take their seats, take out their workbooks, and begin working exercises written on the chalkboard. The aspect of classroom management illustrated in this description is best described as:
a) effective use of classroom rules.
b) effective use of classroom procedures.
c) ineffective use of a structured environment.
d) an application of classical conditioning.

Which of the following describes the most desirable time to send a letter of introduction home to your students’ parents?
a) The second day of the school year, to establish early communication links between the school, you, and the parents
b) The second week of the school year, to allow the students a chance to get settled into the routine of school
c) After the first homework and quizzes have been corrected to give parents feedback about their child's initial work
d) Together with interim progress reports, which are given during the middle of the grading period in most schools

Which of the following is NOT a guideline for intervening effectively in cases of misbehavior?
a) Demonstrate withitness and overlapping.
b) Preserve student dignity.
c) Reinforce behaviors appropriately.
d) Keep communication congruent.

A teacher’s awareness of what is going on in all parts of the classroom all the time and communicating this awareness to students best describes:
a) reflection.
b) withitness.
c) decision making.
d) caring.

You can’t get away with anything in here,” Crystal whispers to Sarah. “Mrs. Marquez always knows what’s going on.” The concept best illustrated in this description is:
a) classroom management.
b) teacher discipline.
c) teacher organization.
d) teacher withitness.

Which of the following statements most accurately describes the relationship between verbal and nonverbal behavior?
a) The credibility of a message is communicated more strongly through the nonverbal than through the verbal communication.
b) Verbal and nonverbal behavior are two different channels of communication and one has little effect on the other.
c) Warmth, empathy, and caring are communicated verbally, whereas assertiveness and management are communicated nonverbally.
d) Affective factors are primarily communicated verbally, while cognitive factors are primarily communicated nonverbally.

Research indicates that classroom management is most effective when interventions are brief and as unobtrusive as possible. Which is the least intrusive intervention for a minor infraction, such as a student briefly whispering to another student?
a) Ignore the behavior.
b) Use an indirect cue, such a moving near the student.
c) Use a desist, such as a brief reminder that students speak only when given permission.
d) Apply a consequence, such as time out, to maintain consistency in interventions.

Two of your students are fighting, and you’re afraid that you’re not physically able to stop them. Of the following, which is your most effective immediate intervention?
a) Send a student to the main office for help.
b) Shout as loudly as you can, to see if the students will be surprised enough to stop.
c) Rush to the main office yourself for help.
d) Ask two of the biggest boys in your class to step in and stop the fight.

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