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Unformatted text preview: *$ 20 . Many people believe that teaching is primarily a process of presenting information to students in succinct and organized ways . Of the following , the most likely reason for this belief is :` (2 . ) b . most of their experiences with teaching involved teachers presenting and explaining information . the belief is consistent with what we know about learning . C . the belief is based on the need to thoroughly understand the content that we teach , and the need to understand content is documented by research ." d . most researchers in the area of learning emphasize the role of teacher explanation in helping students learn . Use the following information for items 21 and 22. April Jackson's students have difficulty understanding the concept pressure , tending to equate it with force . To try to help her students understand the difference , she stands with both feet on the floor and then stands with one foot on the floor . She then helps the students understand that the amount of force she exerts on the floor is the same on either one foot or both feet , but she exerts twice as much pressure on one foot , because the force is on a smaller area . * 21 . Her ability to represent the concept pressure in this way best illustrates her :" knowledge of content . pedagogical content knowledge . C . general pedagogical knowledge . d . knowledge of learners and learning . * * 22 . The way April represented her content -_ standing on one foot and then standing on two feet to show the kids the difference between force and pressure is best described as a :` a . simulation . b . model . case study . demonstration . Use the following information for Items 23 - 26. Kathy Krudwig , an educational psychology instructor , wants her students to understand the importance of teacher questioning as a means of involving students . She read a research study in which one group of teachers was trained to call on all their students as equally as possible , another group of comparable teachers received no training , and the results indicated that the trained teachers ' students achieved significantly higher than the other teachers " students . She knows , however , that simply telling her students to ask many questions will be less effective than showing them something concrete , so she writes the following vignette and displays it on the overhead in her classroom . Mrs . Myers was having a difficult time getting her students to respond . She tried various high-interest activities. but they remained apathetic .* * * Finally , she tried a direct approach . She told them that she was going to call on each of them whether or not a . At first the process was very difficult , and she was exhausted at the end of the day , but within a week , the d . a model . they had their hand up . She reminded them that she was there to help them if they had trouble answering . *23 . Of the following , the form of content representation best illustrated by the vignette Kathy displayed is best an example . . Ja case study . a demonstration . described as :` Kathy also " practices what she preaches" by calling on all of her students as equally as possible . attention level and involvement of her students had increased significantly ....
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  • Spring '19
  • Pat Blaine
  • April Jackson, Kathy Krudwig

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