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Facilitating Learning

Student Diversity - (Individual Differences)

NAME: ___________________________________ SUBJECT: ____________________

COURSE: __________________________________ DATE: _______________________

Write the letter of the correct answer before the number.

____1. The following are factors that bring about student diversity, EXCEPT.
a. Exceptionalities c. learning style
b. critical thinking skills * d. socioeconomic status
____2. the following are the benefits of students diversity except
a. Students’ self-awareness is enhanced by diversity
b. Student diversity can promote harmony
c. Student diversity contributes to cognitive development
d. Student diversity prepares learners for their role as an irresponsible members of the society*
____3. Children who have difficulties in spoken language belong to what factor of student diversity?
a. Exceptionalities c. learning style
b. critical thinking skills * d. socioeconomic status
____4. Performance formats includes
a. Panel presentations c. group projects
b. Individually-delivered oral reports d. all of the above*
____5. Which of the following is an example of an unstructured instructional format?
a. class discussion c. trial-and-error discovery learning *
b. Collaborative learning d. Step-by-step instructions
____6. The following are the benefits of giving the learner more decision-making opportunity with respect to
learning task except
a. Promotes positive-attitude toward the subject matter
b. Results in students working more interactions among students
c. Encourage learners to share their personal history*
d. Results in students working more consistently with lesser teacher intervention
____7. Which of the following is a student-centered format?
a. Small group-work* c. lectures
b. Demonstrations d. none of the above
____8. Teacher Vesh let her students interview other students in the campus who are from diverse background,
this is an example of
a. Communicate high expectations to students from all subgroups
b. Integrate learning experiences and activities*
c. Identifying patterns of unity that transcend group differences
d. Diversifying methods of assessing and evaluating learning
____9. The following shows patterns of unity that transcend group differences, except
a. Periodically place students in homogeneous groups on the basis of shared demographic characteristics
b. Invite students to internet discussion groups or email; have students visit foreign countries*
c. Try to form groups of students who are different with respect to one demographic characteristics
d. After students have completed self-assessment instruments, have them line up or move to a corner of
the room according to their individual scores or overall profile.
____10. Through students-centered teaching strategies, diverse students can be encourage to interact and
collaborate with one another on learning task that emphasize the unity of effort while capitalizing on their
diversity of backgrounds. This statement shows
a. Students’ self-awareness is enhanced by diversity
b. Student diversity can promote harmony*
c. Student diversity contributes to cognitive development
d. Student diversity prepares learners for their role as an responsible members of the society
____11. The opportunity to gain access to the perspective of peers and to learn from other students, rather than
the instructor only shows that student diversity
a. can promote harmony
b. contributes to cognitive development*
c. student’s awareness is enhanced by student diversity
d. Student diversity prepares learners for their role as an responsible members of the society
____12. Presenting information orally, in print, diagrammatic and pictorial representations, or hands on
experiences are
a. Independent learning c. Student-centered format
b. Sensory/perceptual modalities* d. Unstructured formats
____13. When students see how others are different, students are given reference points or comparative
perspectives which sharpen assessment of their own attitudes, values and behaviors. This shows that
a. Students’ self-awareness is enhanced by diversity
b. Student diversity can promote harmony*
c. Student diversity contributes to cognitive development
d. Student diversity prepares learners for their role as an responsible members of the society
____14. Which of the following is not a benefit of student diversity?
a. Student diversity can promote harmony
b. Student diversity contributes to cognitive development
c. Student diversity prepares learners for their role as an responsible members of the society
d. Student diversity increases self-attraction and metanoia *
____15. The phrase “The classroom is peculiarly the market place of ideas” was coined by
a. William Brennan* c. F. Nietzsche
b. William Brenan d. R. Aquino