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Begin this quiz only when you are prepared to complete it. You may refer to your notes and textbooks at any time during the assessment. Submit this

Begin this quiz only when you are prepared to complete it. You may refer to your notes and textbooks at any time during the assessment.

Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module 4: Week 4.

Note: this is a timed quiz. You may check the remaining time you have at any point while taking the quiz by pressing the keyboard combination SHIFT, ALT, and T… Again: SHIFT, ALT, and T…

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Question 1

1.5 pts

If you are teaching graduate students, your role as a teacher may need to include more mentoring than if you only teach undergraduate students.

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True

False

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Question 2

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, enrollment in online education has:

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become more difficult

stayed the same

decreased

increased

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Question 3

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, college students report experiencing less stress and depression than they have in years past.

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True

False

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Question 4

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, the vast majority of students will graduate college within 4 years.

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True

False

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Question 5

1.5 pts

When Caroline does not perform well on a test, she becomes overly upset with herself. She believes she just isn’t smart enough and never will be. Caroline demonstrates a(n) _______ orientation.

Group of answer choices

performance

authentic

learning

imitation

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Question 6

1.5 pts

According to the Carraway & Burris article, which of the following was NOT one of the themes that emerged from their analysis of teaching philosophies?

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assess student knowledge

set high expectations for students

participate in professional development

dress in a professional manner

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Question 7

1.5 pts

According to results obtained by Keeley et al., the teacher behavior rated as LEAST important by participants (i.e., excellent teachers) was:

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being confident

being enthusiastic about teaching and topic

being professional

providing constructive feedback

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Question 8

1.5 pts

According to the Keeley et al. article, faculty often favor the _______ aspects of teaching more than students do.

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interpersonal

mundane

difficult

technical

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Question 9

1.5 pts

According to the Carraway & Burris article, which of the following was NOT one of the themes that emerged from their analysis of teaching philosophies?

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strictly adhere to classroom policies

engage students in learning

maintain student interest

get to know students

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Question 10

1.5 pts

When Knesha does not perform well on a test, she becomes motivated to work harder to increase her comprehension and mastery of course material. She believes with some changes to her study routines, she can develop the skills necessary to succeed. Knesha demonstrates a(n) _______ orientation.

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fixed

performance

learning

imitation

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Question 11

1.5 pts

Dr. Knope is preparing her Intro to Psychology course for the first time. Which of the following steps should she engage in FIRST?

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create a grading system

create a syllabus

choose course materials

set course goals

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Question 12

1.5 pts

Which of the following is NOT one of the three learning domains identified by Bloom?

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technical

cognitive

affective

psychomotor

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Question 13

1.5 pts

The textbook authors recommend that the instructor take charge of creating student groups for assigned group work.

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True

False

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Question 14

1.5 pts

Grades that are assigned individually, regardless of other students’ performance, are called _______.

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distribution-referenced

criterion-referenced

norm-referenced

performance-referenced

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Question 15

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, on most campuses your syllabus is a legally binding contract between you and your students.

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True

False

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Question 16

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, dressing professionally on the first day of class is especially important for all of the following groups EXCEPT:

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males

new instructors

younger instructors

females

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Question 17

1.5 pts

The textbook authors recommend that you wait to start teaching course content until the second class meeting.

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True

False

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Question 18

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, the syllabus for an online course should be very simple and concise so students don’t get overwhelmed.

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True

False

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Question 19

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, the final evaluation of a student’s performance for an assignment/course is called _______ feedback.

Group of answer choices

collective

formative

cumulative

summative

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Question 20

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, which of the following is NOT one of the “golden rules of grading?”

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grading must be accurate

grading must be fair

grading must be based on improvement

the grading system must be consistent

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Question 21

1.5 pts

James et al. (2015) provide which of the following suggestions for improving storytelling skills?

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make up your own story

tell someone else’s story

tell your most personal story

tell a fantasy story

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Question 22

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, when scanning the room during a lecture it is better to look only at those students who are also looking back at you with interest.

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True

False

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Question 23

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, most students tend to enjoy active learning experiences.

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True

False

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Question 24

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, all of the following are suggestions for delivering effective lectures EXCEPT:

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provide examples

emphasize links to other course material

limit use of multimedia

ask for feedback during your lecture

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Question 25

1.5 pts

According to James et al. (2015), which of the following is NOT one of the fours steps of transformational learning modeled by Jesus:

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questioning assumptions

reflection

confirming previous beliefs

a call to action

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Question 26

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, the goal of the _______ lecturing style is to provide large amounts of information.

Group of answer choices

performance

presentation

visual

personal

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Question 27

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, active learning exercises must take a significant amount of time to complete in order to increase student engagement.

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True

False

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Question 28

1.5 pts

According to James et al. (2015), _______ learning occurs when a person encounters information that is dissonant with what he or she previously believed, thus resulting in a change in perspective.

Group of answer choices

passive

interpretive

transformative

unconscious

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Question 29

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, students are more likely to lose attention when a professor speaks:

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loudly

distinctly

with variety in pitch

in a monotone

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Question 30

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, instructors do NOT need to cover every topic in the required readings within their lectures as well.

Group of answer choices

True

False

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Question 31

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, each of the following is discussed as a type of engagement that positively impacts students’ success EXCEPT:

Group of answer choices

positive feelings about course content

time on task

interaction with peers

interaction with faculty

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Question 32

1.5 pts

According to your textbook, to increase the success of student work groups during class, you should do all of the following while your students are working EXCEPT:

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walk around the room

answer questions

take a break

monitor progress and on-task behavior

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Question 33

1.5 pts

According to the Tomcho et al. article, all of the following teaching strategies had high potential to facilitate student development of multiple scientific inquiry skills (i.e., 15+ skills) EXCEPT:

Group of answer choices

discussion

experiential approaches

creating a portfolio

active evaluation of psychology concepts

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Question 34

1.5 pts

Which of the following was the LEAST frequently used teaching strategy in Tomcho et al.’s review?

Group of answer choices

discussion

keeping a journal

role play

creating a portfolio

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Question 35

1.5 pts

Dr. Buffay requires her students to engage in a community service opportunity that relates to course content. She is using _______ in her course.

Group of answer choices

just-in-time teaching

interteaching

problem-based learning exercises

service learning

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Question 36

1.5 pts

Dr. Tribbiani likes to tailor his lectures to his students’ needs. He often posts questions about upcoming material on the class website and requires students to submit answers within a few hours of the class starting. Dr. Tribbiani is using _______.

Group of answer choices

just-in-time teaching

interteaching

problem-based learning exercises

service learning

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Question 37

1.5 pts

In a(n) _______ course, students do some work each week in an online environment and also meet face-to-face during the week.

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inverted

online

hybrid

distance learning

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Question 38

1.5 pts

According to the van Gelder article, which of the following is true about critical thinking:

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it is complex and takes effort to master

it comes natural to many people

it can be learned quickly

it is a lower-order skill

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Question 39

1.5 pts

Dr. Bing likes to promote student engagement by presenting a problem situation in class and requiring students to team up and immediately work on the problem. Dr. Bing is using _______.

Group of answer choices

just-in-time teaching

interteaching

problem-based learning exercises

service learning

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Question 40

1.5 pts

When assigning student presentations, your textbook recommends providing students with a rubric to help guide their work.

Group of answer choices

True

False

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