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Unformatted text preview: 6. Which of the following best describes the differences between effective and ineffective teachers in elementary schools? a. Students who had highly effective teachers in Ist and 2nd grades scored higher than students who had ineffective teachers in the same grades, but the differences largely disappeared by the time the students reached 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. Students who had highly effective teachers in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades scored as much as 50 percentile grades. points higher on standardized math tests than students who had ineffective teachers in the same C. Students taught by highly effective teachers learn to be better readers than students taught by d. ineffective teachers, but differences in other content areas are minimal. The differences between effective and ineffective teachers are slight, because student achievement largely depends on the socioeconomic status of parents. Essay Items * 7. Describe the relationship between expertise and effective teaching. 8. Describe the primary difference between effective and less effective teachers. * 9. A number of differences will exist between a "good" school and a school that is less good. However, one difference will be more important than any other. What is this difference? Educational Psychology, Expert Teaching, and Professional Knowledge * 10. The body of information and skills that is unique to an area of study, such as law, medicine, or teaching is best described as: professional knowledge. expert knowledge. c. d. background knowledge. formal knowledge. * 11. Of the following, which description is most characteristic of beginning teachers? a. They are realistic, sometimes even pessimistic, about the extent to which they'll be able to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. They believe that they will be more effective than teachers now in the field. d. They are unsure of their commitment to teaching. They go into teaching for material rewards. * 12. Research indicates that effective teaching requires four kinds of professional knowledge. They include: a. knowledge of content, general pedagogical knowledge, knowledge of learners and learning, and d. best be described as: C. a. knowledge of human relations. s +caching Cant ofD knowledge of content, pedagogical content knowledge, general pedagogical knowledge, and general pedagogical knowledge. 13. Teacher abilities such as questioning and the ability to organize a classroom so it functions smoothly would pedagogical content knowledge. knowledge of teaching skills, knowledge of learning styles, knowledge of student learning, and knowledge of learners and learning. knowledge of content. knowledge of content. learning, and knowledge of human relations. knowledge of learners and learning. pedagogical content knowledge, general pedagogical knowledge, knowledge of learners and...
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