1.Interpersonal re framing
1.continuous monitoring of teacher's performance
2.assessment not to be spread over the total instructional time
3.assessment of both scholastic and co-scholastic aspects of children's learning
4.making teacher accountable to both parents and school authorities
If the students are classified on the basis of intelligence level, the average group will comprise of middle ...........
1.33.33 per cent
2.40.00 per cent
3.50.00 per cent
4.68.26 per cent
Which one of the following may be harmful in terms of effective decision-making by the group members?
1. Extreme cohesiveness
2.Commitment for the goal
3.Honesty and credibility
4.Effective training and experience
1.You are wrong !
2.You speak rubbish
3.You don't know about it
4.I don't agree with your opinion
3.Problem oriented network
A good Head of School is one who -
1.understands educational administration and applies its principles in Toto
2.does not compromise with misconduct
3.is flexible in approach and works cooperatively with human touch
4.allows freedom to teachers and students in their affairs
A group effort of generating alternative ideas that can help a manager solve a problem is called -
1.The Delphi technique
2.Out of the box thinking
3.The nominal group technique
As per RTE Act 2009, a full time head-teacher is provided in a school having classes sixth to eighth where admission of children is above -
As per RTE Act 2009, preparation of the school development plan is the responsibility of -
1.School Head Teacher
2.School Management Committee
3.Block Education Officer
4.Cluster Resource Person
Best way to monitor progress is -
1.monitoring by superiors
3.monitoring by peers
4. societal monitoring
1.teacher behaves in a friendly manner
2.subject matter is very easy to comprehend
3. teacher commands a good personality
4.classroom activities closely relate to their own experience
Conditions of learning were given by -
Heads of governments of almost all the countries have decided to take many urgent initiatives to address the climate change issue. This shows that -
1.There were no steps taken in the past
2.The steps taken in the past were very good
3.The effects of climate change are more severe today
4.There is unnecessary pressure on the heads of governments now
If you want to address or to make aware all the citizens of your state about a particular programme, then which of the following is the most appropriate communication ?
1.Small group communication
In the modern era of fast technological advancement, what could be its most serious side effect?
1.Role of teachers would vanish
2.Class-rooms would become smart
3.Learning would become easier
4. Moral values would get eroded
4.None of the above
Interpersonal communication includes (i) Active listening (ii) Persuasion (iii) Suitable language (iv) Feedback
1.(i), (iii) and (iv) only
2.(ii), (iii) and (iv) only
3.(i), (ii) and (iii) only
4.(i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
1.arranging lectures of eminent persons
4.teacher as a role model
3.Kothari Commission (1964- 66)
4.National Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Education - A Framework 1988
1.They are more productive.
2.They look for solutions to problems.
3. They have positive attitude towards their work.
4.All of these
Proxemics is related to -
Social mobility does not promote -
1.higher positions to deserving persons
2.welfare and happiness
3. pride and snobbery
4.remedy for maladjustment
Statement : Should school education be made free in India? Arguments : I. Yes, this is the only way to improve the level of literacy. II. No, it will add to the already heavy burden on the exchequer. Select the correct answer from the codes given below :
1.Only argument I is strong
2.Neither argument I nor II is strong
3.Only argument II is strong
4.Both argument I and II are strong
2. personal integrity and goodwill
3.popularity and influence
1.teacher's own experiences
2.some interests already possessed by students
3.an overview of the subject
4.explaining the importance of the subject
That new student says that I am his favorite professor and he must be telling the truth, because no student would lie to his favorite professor. Identify the fallacy involved in the passage.
1.Child Labour Prohibition Act
2.National Policy on Education 1986
3. National Curriculum Frame-work 2005
4.RTE Act, 2009
2. Directive style
The essence of decision-making is -
2.Choosing between alternatives
3.Developing alternative course of action
2.establish specific goals
3.identify and define the problem
4.determine courses of action
The Golden Rule is basic to every system of ethics ever devised and everyone accepts it in some form or other. It is therefore, undeniably sound moral principle. It involves the fallacy of -
1.Argumentum ad Populum
2.Argumentum ad Verecundiam
3.Argumentum ad Misericordiam
4.Argumentum ad Ignoratiam
The new Principal of the school has urged each student in the school to do yoga on a regular basis. This implies that -
1.The Principal thinks that yoga is as important as studies
2.All students were doing yoga but not regularly before he took over as Principal
3.There was no yoga practice before he took charge
4.He feels that yoga is good for physical and mental health of the childre
The tendency of members in a highly cohesive group to lose critical evaluative decision making capabilities is called -
1.Moralising, being judgemental and comments of consolation
2.Dialogue, summary and self review
3.Use of simple words, cool reaction and defensive attitude
4.Personal statements, eye contact and simple narration
When you become other oriented, you -
1. consider needs, motives, desires of others while maintaining your own integrity
2.encourage others to give you direction
3.take a submissive position in your relationship with others
4.assume that others are always right
1.Proximity, utility, loneliness
2.Utility, secrecy, dissonance
3.Secrecy, dissonance, deception
4.Dissimilarity, dissonance, deviance
Which of the following are influencing factors of interpersonal skill ? (i) Experience (ii) Appearance (iii) Family (iv) Friends
1. (ii), (iii) and (iv)
2. (i), (ii) and (iii)
3. (i), (ii) and (iv)
4. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
Which of the following decision-making technique involves structured rules for generating ideas?
3.Nominal group technique
4.Ordinal group technique
1.Child's previous experiences and examination results
2.Child's interest, aspiration and other qualities
3.Parents' religions, caste and Social status
1.One's ability to give correct answer to the question.
2.One's ability to interact effectively with other people.
3.One's ability to do his/ her work properly.
4.One's ability to present ideas at a conference.
4. Impression management
Which of the following was not the main consideration of Rabindranath Tagore while conceptualizing a World University - Viswa Bharti?
1. 1) Going beyond aggressive nationalism
2.Building friendship with all nations
3.Emphasize cooperation bet-ween east and west
4.Emphasizing oriental philosophy
Which one of the following behavior is the most appropriate for diffusing verbal abuse of coworkers?
2.Get into debate
3. Refuse to accept harmful language
4.Keep aggressive body language
Which one of the following is not a rule for estimating the likelihood of outcomes of any decision?
Which one of the following is not a rule for estimatings the subjective probability of outcomes of any decision?
1. Centralized Communication
3.Lateral Communication 4)
Which one of the following refers to the framing effect in the context of decision making?
1.The way in which options are presented influence the selection of option
2.Choosing the option having highest expected utility
3.A kind of set points of thought in wrong direction
4.Looking for evidences that will confirm what are currently believes
You are a warden of a hostel. The mess contractor files a complains that some students take mess food to feed the stray animals incurring financial losses to him. What will you do?
1.Will Pacify the situation and help in making up losses in some other way
2.Will try to avoid the complaint by not responding so that there is no problem
3.Will levy additional charges on all hostel residents to take care of food expenses of stray animals
4.Will investigate the matter and forbid them from doing illegal activities
You have an exam tomorrow and a friend of yours approaches you at your home for help to understand Newton's law. What will you do?
1.Ask your mother to tell your friend that you are not at home
2.Meet your friend and tell him that you don't understand Newton's law to save your time for preparation
3.Sit with your friend and try to explain Newton's law to him
4.Tell him that you will let him copy in case Newton's law is asked in the exam