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10. The implication of the “Big Fish, Little Pond” idea is that:a.Children in “average” schools may feel better about their own abilities thanthose in “high-ability” schoolsb.Larger schools are likely to promote higher achievement than smaller schools
EDUC 210Quiz 1: May 30Modules 1-4c.Self-concept is lower when competition is weaker than when it is strongerd.Smaller schools offer limited opportunities for self-concept to developStudents who excel in a particular area at an “average” school tend to feel better abouttheir abilities than those with the same ability who attend “high-ability” schools. Marsh(1990) calls this the “Big Fish, Little Pond Effect.”Module 4: Learner Differences and Learning NeedsTest Your Knowledge1.Currently,inclusionis the policy ofMinistries of Educationacross Canada. However, thiswasnotthe case until the latter part of the 20thcentury. What is your experience withindividuals with learning differences? How do you feel about the issue of “labelling” astudent? What is your viewpoint oninclusionvs.segregation?2.How would you defineintelligence? When you think that someone is “intelligent”, whatqualitiesandcapabilitiesare you referring to? Do you think thatathleticormusicaltalents– orinterpersonal skills– are also attributes of intelligence?3.What isIQ? What are your thoughts onIQtesting? When someone has anIQof 108,what does that mean? What is considered anaverage IQ range4.What is the difference between an individual withlearning disabilitiesand someonewithdevelopmental disabilities5.There are a lot of controversies concerning the appropriate treatment and supportapproaches for students withAttention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). Whatdoes the research tell us aboutdrug therapyand otheralternative treatments6.What are some of the challenges associated withAutism Spectrum Disorders(ASD)What is a current explanation forASD????

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