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Assessment Statistics Practice Quiz
Name: Practice Quiz
Average Score: 116.990005
Number of Attempts: 10
Number of Graded Attempts: 10
Number of Attempts Needing Grading: 0
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a) Before you take this quiz, PRINT OUT a copy of the quiz (right click and select "print") and record your responses on paper.

b) Complete the quiz on paper and answer each question once and only once. Do not refer to any books, notes, or request assistance from others when answering each question because your responses will be used to identify learning gaps in Project #4. Your final quiz score will NOT affect the participation points you receive for completing the quiz. You will receive the participation points for simply completing (but earnestly) this practice quiz.

c) Return to this online quiz to submit your responses (and submit only once) to receive your quiz score and to receive a report that identifies which items were answered incorrectly. Use this report to help you complete the midterm exam, where the test items will be identical to the ones in this quiz.

Good luck!

  Question 1   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 1 text Chapter 2 Selecting Instructional Materials and Objectives

Click "true" to continue
Question 1 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 2   Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points  
  Question 2 text The primary method for creating positive resource independence is______.
Question 2 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
limiting time 0.0%
limiting group interaction 0.0%
limiting socializing 0.0%
limiting resources 100.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 3   Ordering Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 3 text Arrange statements about monitoring learning groups in correct order.
Question 3 answers
Answers 1 2 3
Diagnose specific problems students are having working with each other. 20.0% Percent Correct 40.0% 40.0%
Monitor learning groups. Percent Correct 40.0% 40.0% 20.0%
Teach a social skill students can use to solve a problem. 40.0% 20.0% Percent Correct 40.0%

  Question 4   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 4 text Fill in the blank that makes the statement true: Monitoring students, soliciting students for skills, designing a flow chart are all examples of ______ .
Question 4 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Selecting Social Skill Objectives 60.000004%
Assigng roles 10.0%
Proactive teaching 30.000002%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 5   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 5 text Which statement is an example of identifying social skill problems:
Question 5 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Monitor learning groups 90.0%
Let students work out their differences. 10.0%
Teach all social skills 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 6   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 6 text How instructional materials are distributed in a cooperative learning group______.
Question 6 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
increase competition 10.0%
increase cooperation 90.0%
increase curriculum awareness 0.0%
increase content selection 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 7   Ordering Average Score 0.62 points  
  Question 7 text Identify the procedural order in the Teams-Games-Tournaments method 1___ 2__ 3___ 4___
Question 7 answers
Answers 1 2 3 4
B) Choose distribution of instructional materials 40.0% Percent Correct 60.000004% 0.0% 0.0%
C) Place students in heterogeneous ability cooperative learning groups Percent Correct 40.0% 40.0% 20.0% 0.0%
D) Begin tournament competition 0.0% 0.0% 10.0% Percent Correct 90.0%
A) Assign group members master assigned material 20.0% 0.0% Percent Correct 60.000004% 20.0%

  Question 8   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 8 text Generally, if each member of a cooperative learning student group has a set of instructions, students will tend to ____.
Question 8 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
work separately 80.0%
work together 20.0%
work with the instructor 0.0%
None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 9   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 9 text Select the best method in distributing materials to a group of students assigned to dissect an cat for a biology experiment:
Question 9 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
assign each student a microscope and set of instructions 0.0%
assign one microscope and one set of instruction to a group of three students 90.0%
assign each student instructions and one microscope to the class 10.0%
All of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 10   Ordering Average Score 0.76 points  
  Question 10 text Rank the order of the following steps to structure positive interdependence among group members using the jigsaw method. 1___ 2___ 3___ 4___ 5____
Question 10 answers
Answers 1 2 3 4 5
A) Distribute a set of materials to each group Percent Correct 80.0% 20.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
B) Assign preparation pairs of students to meet with students of other learning groups to: 1. learn material and 2. plan teaching material to group members 0.0% Percent Correct 80.0% 10.0% 10.0% 0.0%
D) Assign cooperative groups to teach and learn material from group members 20.0% 0.0% 20.0% Percent Correct 60.000004% 0.0%
E) Evaluate individual student master of all material 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 10.0% Percent Correct 90.0%
C) Assign practice pairs of students to meet with students of other learning groups to share how material can be taught to others. 0.0% 0.0% Percent Correct 70.0% 20.0% 10.0%

  Question 11   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 11 text Which statement is an example of soliciting social skills:
Question 11 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Maintain a list of social skills to be taught 0.0%
Ask students to list the social skills that would help improve their groups. 90.0%
Involve students in teams to teach social skills. 10.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 12   Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points  
  Question 12 text Which statement is an example of presenting social skills:
Question 12 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Social skills should be taught systematically with every lesson. 100.0%
Specific social skills should not be incorporated into the lesson. 0.0%
Social skills are not taught but worked out. 0.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 13   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 13 text Fill in the blank that makes the statement true: When requiring social skills to be a part of the lesson _________ of social skills taught.
Question 13 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Hide the chart 0.0%
Vary the order 80.0%
List the order 20.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 14   Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points  
  Question 14 text Which statement is an example of a learning process flow chart.
Question 14 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Identify all the steps 100.0%
Set strict unflexible standards. 0.0%
Set boundries are not important 0.0%
All of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 15   Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points  
  Question 15 text Fill in the blank that makes the statement true: It is important when setting bounderies of a flow chart to identify the ___________
Question 15 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Inputs and outputs 100.0%
Type of chart 0.0%
Problems and solutions 0.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 16   Ordering Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 16 text Once you have drafted your first flow chart, what is the correct sequence of steps for improving the flow chart?
Question 16 answers
Answers 1 2 3
Compare actual performance with flow chart. 0.0% Percent Correct 90.0% 10.0%
Revise Flow Chart. 10.0% 0.0% Percent Correct 90.0%
Observe what group actually does. Percent Correct 90.0% 10.0% 0.0%

  Question 17   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 17 text Chapter 3 Assigning Students to Groups

Click "true" to continue
Question 17 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 80.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 18   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 18 text Which of the pre-instructional decisions must be made by the instructor when assigning students to cooperative learning groups?
Question 18 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Decide group size 90.0% 10.0%
Decide group membership 80.0% 20.0%
Decide group longevity 80.0% 20.0%
None of the above. 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 19   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 19 text When deciding the size of a cooperative learning group, which of the following factors should be taken into consideration?
Question 19 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Available curriculum, materials, and equipment; lesson objectives; school location; environment. 0.0%
Classroom furniture; target audience; school location; work area. 10.0%
Environment; noise levels; classroom setting; school location. 0.0%
Target audience; time available for the lesson; lesson objectives; available curriculum, materials, and equipment. 80.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 20   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 20 text When assigning students to a cooperative learning group, which of the following characteristics of the target audience must be identified?
Question 20 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Age; abilities; skills; nationality. 0.0%
Age; abilities; skills; expertise. 50.0%
Expertise; abilities; temperament; level of maturity. 30.000002%
Skills; availability; level of maturity; nationality. 10.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 21   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 21 text When selecting the level of membership diversity for a cooperative learning group, students can be assigned to which two types of groups?
Question 21 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Heterogeneous 10.0%
Homogeneous 0.0%
Homogenized 0.0%
A and B only 80.0%
None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 22   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 22 text List the four main methods of populating groups.
Question 22 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
The Random Assignment Method 90.0% 10.0%
The Stratified Random Assignment Method 70.0% 30.000002%
The Teacher-Selected Group Method 90.0% 10.0%
The Self-Selected Group Method 80.0% 20.0%
The Co-op Assignment Method 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 23   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 23 text Based on length of group life, name the two groups that can be formed when deciding group longevity.
Question 23 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
One-day base group 60.000004% 40.0%
Long-term base group 80.0% 20.0%
Short-term informal group 60.000004% 40.0%

  Question 24   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 24 text Which of the methods below are variations of the Random Assignment Method as described in the textbook?
Question 24 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
The Math Method 50.0% 50.0%
The States and Capitals Method 80.0% 20.0%
The Historical Figures Method 60.000004% 40.0%
The Literary Characters Method 50.0% 50.0%
The Personal Preferences Method 70.0% 30.000002%

  Question 25   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 25 text Check the three pre-instructional decisions a teacher must make regarding assigning students to cooperative learning groups.
Question 25 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Decide group size 90.0% 10.0%
Decide group membership 90.0% 10.0%
Decide group location 100.0% 0.0%
Decide group longevity 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 26   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 26 text Chapter 4 Arranging the Classroom
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 26 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 27   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 27 text The main principle presented in the chapter on classroom arrangement is to structure the learning environment to minimize [i _ _ _ _ f _ _ _ _ _ _] and cross-talk between groups while members within each group communicate with one another.
Question 27 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
interference 50.0%
ill feelings 10.0%
interferance 10.0%
imterference 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%
  Unanswered 0.2%

  Question 28   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 28 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does not allow for student eye-to-eye contact:
Question 28 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
The classroom has traditional, single, modular desks that can be re-arranged, all on a single level. 20.0%
The classroom uses side by side seating, like a school performing arts theater 60.000004%
The classroom consists of chairs with a small 1íX1í desk that can be lifted and positioned from underneath the desk. 0.0%
The classroom is arranged auditorium style with differnent teams on each side facing each other 10.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 29   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 29 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does NOT allow for eye contact with the teacher?
Question 29 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Chairs arranged in circular fashion with the teacher at the center. 0.0%
Fixed, singular, long tables running across the room at each leveL, one fixed chair spaced at exactly 4 feet apart. 20.0%
Seating is side-by-side on several levels, with different teams facing each other 50.0%
The classroom has six 8í round tables with 6 chairs at each table. 20.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 30   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 30 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does NOT allow for spacing groups apart:
Question 30 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
The classroom has six 8í round tables with 6 chairs at each table. 0.0%
The classroom has twin desks which require student pairs to sit side by side. The desks are not fixed. 10.0%
The classroom has fixed, individual desks running along evenly spaced rows, all on one level. 80.0%
Twin desks arranged in circular fashion with the teacher at the center 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 31   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 31 text Identify which of the following methods to physically define group space would NOT clearly define the group area:
Question 31 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Use labels to define work area 0.0%
Use tape to define work areas 0.0%
Use lights to define work areas 60.000004%
Use colors to define work areas 10.0%
Use technique of moving furniture to define work area 20.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 32   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 32 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does not allow for adequate student flow:
Question 32 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
The classroom has traditional, single, modular desks that can be re-arranged, all on a single level. 0.0%
The classroom is the schoolís performing arts venue. Seating is side-by-side on several levels. 90.0%
The classroom consists of chairs with a small 1íX1í desk that can be lifted and positioned from underneath the desk. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 33   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 33 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does NOT allow for easy regrouping:
Question 33 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
The classroom has six 8í round tables with 6 chairs at each table 50.0%
The classroom has twin desks which require student pairs to sit side by side. The desks are not fixed. 30.000002%
The classroom has traditional, single, modular desks that can be re-arranged, all on a single level. 10.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 34   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 34 text Identify which of the following furniture scenarios does not allow for easy instructor monitoring of groups:
Question 34 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
The classroom has six 8í round tables with 6 chairs at each table. 0.0%
The classroom has traditional, single, modular desks that can be re-arranged, all on a single level. 0.0%
The classroom is the schoolís performing arts venue. Seating is side-by-side on several levels. 90.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 35   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 35 text A classroom is arranged in rows during a collaborative exercise, and the students appear not to be paying attention. One way to alleviate this problem would be to...
Question 35 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Turn down the lighting 10.0%
Rearrange the class around tables 80.0%
Take everyoneís name 0.0%
Turn up the AC 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 36   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 36 text A classroom is arranged in rows during a collaborative exercise. No one appears to be taking the lead in the discussion. One way to alleviate this problem would be to...
Question 36 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for volunteers to lead 20.0%
Turn down the lighting 0.0%
Rearrange the class around tables 40.0%
Appoint a leader 30.000002%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 37   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 37 text Chapter 5 Assigning Roles
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 37 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 38   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 38 text Which of the following statements, according to the Johnson text, are reasons to assign roles to students?

a. Assigning roles reduces the chance that some students might make no contribution or dominate the group.
b. Assigning roles ensures that vital groups skills are used by the group.
c. Assigning roles creates independence among group members.
Question 38 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a & b 30.000002%
b & c 0.0%
a & c 10.0%
a, b & c 40.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 39   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 39 text Your students have just begun working in groups. They have not yet been assigned roles. Which type of role assignment should you choose for this situation?
Question 39 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Roles that help students formulate what they know. 0.0%
Roles that help the group form. 60.000004%
Roles that help ferment studentsí thinking. 0.0%
Roles that help the group function. 20.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 40   Matching Average Score 0.45 points  
  Question 40 text Match the roles in the left column with the type of role in the right column.
Question 40 answers
Accuracy coach
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 10.0%
Functioning Roles 40.0%
Formulating Roles 30.000002%
Fermenting Roles 0.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

Clarifier
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 0.0%
Functioning Roles 50.0%
Formulating Roles 20.0%
Fermenting Roles 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

Summarizer
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 0.0%
Functioning Roles 0.0%
Formulating Roles 60.000004%
Fermenting Roles 20.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

Noise Monitor
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 40.0%
Functioning Roles 40.0%
Formulating Roles 0.0%
Fermenting Roles 0.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

Extender
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 10.0%
Functioning Roles 0.0%
Formulating Roles 10.0%
Fermenting Roles 60.000004%
Unanswered 20.0%

Generator
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Roles 20.0%
Functioning Roles 10.0%
Formulating Roles 30.000002%
Fermenting Roles 20.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

  Question 41   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 41 text In which scenario should the students work without roles?
Question 41 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
When they donít want to work in a group. 10.0%
After working in a group a few times. 30.000002%
The first few times they are working in a group. 30.000002%
All of the above. 10.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 42   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0 points  
  Question 42 text Name one role ("_______ monitor") students can perform for group forming? (please enter answer using small caps only)
Question 42 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
voice 10.0%
time 10.0%
turn-taking 10.0%
noise 30.000002%
generator 10.0%
Unanswered 30.000002%
  Unanswered 0.3%

  Question 43   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 43 text You have just begun working on roles with your groups. The groups have used simple roles but are not yet engaging in stable cooperative efforts. Which of the following would be the most appropriate next step in your role assignment?
Question 43 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Introduce more sophisticated roles. 10.0%
Continue to use simple roles, rotating the roles so each group member plays each role several times. 70.0%
Stop using roles for a few weeks and then start again with simple roles. 0.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 44   Ordering Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 44 text Order the following roles from simple to sophisticated.
Question 44 answers
Answers 1 2 3 4
Recorder 0.0% Percent Correct 80.0% 0.0% 0.0%
Integrator 0.0% 0.0% 40.0% Percent Correct 40.0%
Summarizer 0.0% 0.0% Percent Correct 40.0% 40.0%
Noise Monitor Percent Correct 80.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

  Question 45   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 45 text In the list of roles below, which of the roles is a functioning role?
Question 45 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Observer 50.0%
Integrator 0.0%
Voice Monitor 20.0%
Elaborator 10.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 46   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.1 points  
  Question 46 text The ___________ role does not naturally occur in a group, but should be added over time. (Please enter response using small caps only)
Question 46 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
fermenting 10.0%
integrator 10.0%
elaborator 20.0%
Unanswered 60.000004%
  Unanswered 0.6%

  Question 47   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 47 text Check all the reasons for using role cards with students.
Question 47 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Help students practice social skills. 50.0% 50.0%
Help students understand how to perform their roles. 70.0% 30.000002%
Help students know what to say in a particular role. 70.0% 30.000002%
None of the above. 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 48   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 48 text What piece(s) of information should be written on the role card?
Question 48 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Name of the role 80.0% 20.0%
Phrases the person playing the role might say 80.0% 20.0%
The students' names 100.0% 0.0%
None of the above 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 49   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 49 text When distributing role cards, they should be distributed:
Question 49 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Randomly 10.0%
Deliberately 0.0%
Either 1 or 2 70.0%
Neither 1 or 2 0.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 50   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 50 text Chapter 6 Explaining the Academic Task
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 50 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 51   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 51 text Fill in the blank.

A _________ _________ is a blank illustration using lines, arrows, boxes, and circles to show concrete relationships between abstract ideas and events. (enter response using small caps only)
Question 51 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
mind map 10.0%
flow chart 10.0%
visual organizer 30.000002%
web network 20.0%
role model 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%
  Unanswered 0.2%

  Question 52   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 52 text Which of the following graphics shows a visual organizer?
Select a VO.pdf [Linked file]
Question 52 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Tricircular network 0.0%
b) Unicircular network 0.0%
c) A web network 70.0%
d) None of the above 20.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 53   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 53 text Which of the following is not a visual organizer?
Question 53 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a)Web Network 0.0%
b)Mind Map 0.0%
c)Venn Diagram 10.0%
d)The Chain Diagram 0.0%
e)Scale of Learning 80.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 54   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 54 text Identify the following statement about visual organizers that is correct:
Question 54 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Visual organizers should match the learnerís thinking process. 90.0%
b) Visual organizers are not effective tools. 0.0%
c) Student participation will not increase using visual organizers. 0.0%
d) Learners have a more difficult time comprehending when visual organizers are used. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 55   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 55 text Identify the following statements about web networks that is not correct:
Question 55 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Web networks help to organize and clarify concepts. 0.0%
Web networks may also clarify relationships. 10.0%
A web network is a wheel with a main idea. 20.0%
None of the above. 60.000004%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 56   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 56 text An expanded web network is called a _ _ _ _ _ _?
Question 56 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
mindmap 10.0%
spider diagram 10.0%
mind map 30.000002%
continuum 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%
spider 20.0%
  Unanswered 0.2%

  Question 57   Multiple Answer Average Score 0 points  
  Question 57 text Which of the following is not true of the continuum?
Question 57 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
a) Is it not a good tool for ranking tasks or material ordering. 50.0% 50.0%
b) The continuum can be used for documenting steps. 20.0% 80.0%
c) You can rank items in order of highest to lowest using the continuum. 100.0% 0.0%
d) The continuum is a visual organizer. 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 58   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 58 text In which of the following examples could you use the chain diagram?
Question 58 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
a) Baking a cake 40.0% 60.000004%
b) Demonstrating the highest and lowest degrees 60.000004% 40.0%
c) Procedure for driving a golf ball 40.0% 60.000004%
d) Driving to the store 30.000002% 70.0%

  Question 59   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 59 text Which of the following is needed to complete a chart?
Question 59 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
a) Graphics 80.0% 20.0%
b) Research 50.0% 50.0%
c) Idea formulation 60.000004% 40.0%
d) Fact references 60.000004% 40.0%

  Question 60   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 60 text The illustration is an example of which type of visual organizer?
Web Network.pdf [Linked file]
Question 60 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Web network 80.0%
b) Spider diagram 10.0%
c) Chain diagram 0.0%
d) None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 61   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 61 text What should you use to judge the achievement of each student?
Question 61 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Fixed set of standards 60.000004%
Objectivity 10.0%
Grading curve 0.0%
All of the above 20.0%
None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 62   Multiple Answer Average Score 0 points  
  Question 62 text What features should be considered prior to explaining criteria for success?
Question 62 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A)Students personalities 70.0% 30.000002%
B)Mode of learning 40.0% 60.000004%
C)Classroom size 10.0% 90.0%
D)Classroom composition 30.000002% 70.0%
E)None of the above 50.0% 50.0%

  Question 63   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 63 text How should the instructor measure success?
Question 63 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
By the amount of improvement over the previous assessment 80.0%
By the number of students who participate 0.0%
By the number of incorrect questions 0.0%
By the number of tests taken 0.0%
None of the above 10.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 64   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 64 text Chapter 7 Structuring Positive Interdependence
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 64 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 80.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 65   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.1 points  
  Question 65 text In order to structure positive goal interdependence, the instructor must specify: (Choose the BEST answer)
Question 65 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Expected Individual Performance Levels 0.0%
Expected Group Performance Levels 30.000002%
Individual Improvements Needed 0.0%
Expected Group Score 0.0%
All of the above 50.0%
Any of the above 10.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 66   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.1 points  
  Question 66 text To ensure a successful program consisting of goal interdependence, can you name a type of supplemental goal interdependence? (Do not include the word "Interdependence" in your response, Ex. if a possible answer is 'Tacky Interdependence', simply type 'Tacky')
Question 66 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
identity 10.0%
? 10.0%
resource 30.000002%
internal 10.0%
Unanswered 40.0%
  Unanswered 0.4%

  Question 67   Matching Average Score 0.77 points  
  Question 67 text Match the following possible types of interdependence with their descriptions, as applicable. (Select only 1 description for each type.)
Question 67 answers
Environmental
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students are given a hypothetical scenario with a problem to resolve. 0.0%
Have students select a motto, flag or symbol. 0.0%
Assign students to roles and specify their responsibilities. 0.0%
Create intergroup competitions and encourage students outperform each other. 0.0%
Assign groups to meet at a specific location. 90.0%
No such type. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Fantasy
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students are given a hypothetical scenario with a problem to resolve. 90.0%
Have students select a motto, flag or symbol. 0.0%
Assign students to roles and specify their responsibilities. 0.0%
Create intergroup competitions and encourage students outperform each other. 0.0%
Assign groups to meet at a specific location. 0.0%
No such type. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Internal
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students are given a hypothetical scenario with a problem to resolve. 0.0%
Have students select a motto, flag or symbol. 0.0%
Assign students to roles and specify their responsibilities. 20.0%
Create intergroup competitions and encourage students outperform each other. 20.0%
Assign groups to meet at a specific location. 0.0%
No such type. 50.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Identity
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students are given a hypothetical scenario with a problem to resolve. 0.0%
Have students select a motto, flag or symbol. 80.0%
Assign students to roles and specify their responsibilities. 10.0%
Create intergroup competitions and encourage students outperform each other. 0.0%
Assign groups to meet at a specific location. 0.0%
No such type. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 68   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 68 text If you were to recommend others to structure intergroup interdependence, what three items would you list in your recommendation (choose all that apply):
Question 68 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Determine Reward System 50.0% 50.0%
Assign Roles 50.0% 50.0%
Assign Students to Groups 70.0% 30.000002%
Choose criterion for class goals 70.0% 30.000002%
Specify class goals 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 69   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 69 text When planning class goals for intergroup interdependence, itís essential to establish which goal(s):
Question 69 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Individual 0.0%
Instructor 0.0%
Group 20.0%
Individual and Group 70.0%
Instructor and Student 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 70   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 70 text What two essential components would you include when structuring individual accountability?
Question 70 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Assign Roles and Observe Students 0.0%
Assess Individual Performance and Provide Feedback 80.0%
Assess Group and Reassign Roles 10.0%
None of the Above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 71   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 71 text Choose an appropriate collaborative review activity to incorporate Outside Enemy Interdependence:
Question 71 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Teams/Games/Tournament 90.0%
Individual Written Test 0.0%
Individual Oral Test 0.0%
Group Oral Test 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 72   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 72 text What would you separate if you were to structure Ďresource interdependenceí?
Question 72 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Tasks into parts 10.0%
Materials an/or Information into portions 80.0%
Student into Roles 0.0%
Students into Groups 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 73   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 73 text Positive goal interdependence unites group members to share a common goal. Which responsibility would you apply when structuring Positive goal interdependence? (Choose all that apply)
Question 73 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Your are responsible for finishing your test on time 80.0% 20.0%
You are responsible for turning in your test on time 80.0% 20.0%
You are responsible for learning the assigned material 70.0% 30.000002%
You are responsible for making sure all other members in your group learn the assigned material 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 74   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 74 text When structuring Reward/Celebration Interdependence and using rewards to match students, one can use which type of tangible rewards? (Choose one)
Question 74 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Complementary and Interconnected 30.000002%
Academic 0.0%
Non-academic 20.0%
Academic and Non-academic 40.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 75   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 75 text Identify the set of roles that best apply when structuring complementary and Interconnected roles: (Choose the BEST option)
Question 75 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Nurse, Lawyer, Teacher, Student 0.0%
Teacher, Student, Lawyer, Plaintiff 0.0%
Carpenter, Wood, Judge, Mallet 0.0%
Reader, Recorder, Researcher, Writer 90.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 76   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 76 text When structuring Identity Interdependence, what item(s) can you suggest student groups use to establish an identity and bind the group together, name at least one?
Question 76 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
motto 10.0%
flag 30.000002%
? 10.0%
group flag 10.0%
logo 10.0%
Unanswered 30.000002%
  Unanswered 0.3%

  Question 77   Matching Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 77 text Identify each statement as an Academic or Non-academic Reward:
Question 77 answers
If every one in the group scores above 85% in this assignment, each member gets 5 bonus points in their next assignment.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Academic 90.0%
Non-Academic 0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

If every group member completes their part of the assignment on time, the class will get free pizza next Friday.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Academic 0.0%
Non-Academic 90.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

If each member in the group improves over their last score, everyone gets an extra 15 min. break tomorrow.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Academic 0.0%
Non-Academic 90.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

If each member in the group scores 95% or higher, each member gets to skip the next assignment.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Academic 90.0%
Non-Academic 0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 78   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 78 text The primary goal in specifying criterions for individual performance is: (Choose the BEST answer)
Question 78 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Improve studentís self-esteem 0.0%
Individual Accountability 90.0%
Improve FCAT scores 0.0%
None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 79   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 79 text Identify two methods used for structuring Individual Accountability: (Choose two)
Question 79 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Give individual tests to each student 90.0% 10.0%
Have group members do each otherís work 100.0% 0.0%
Have group members edit each others work 70.0% 30.000002%
None of the above 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 80   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 80 text Chapter 8 Specifying Desired Behaviors
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 80 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 80.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 81   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 81 text For a given collaborative lesson, you have a group of doctoral students. They are all experienced in working with one another in collaborative groups online. The most likely skill to teach this group would be...
Question 81 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming skill 0.0%
Functioning skill 0.0%
Formulating skill 10.0%
Fermenting skill 80.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 82   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 82 text A skill used to establish a cooperative group would be an example of a
Question 82 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming skill 70.0%
Functioning skill 20.0%
Formulating skill 0.0%
Fermenting skill 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 83   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 83 text A skill used to manage a group activity would be an example of a
Question 83 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming skill 10.0%
Functioning skill 80.0%
Formulating skill 0.0%
Fermenting skill 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 84   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 84 text A skill used to defend ones position would be an example of a
Question 84 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Forming Skill 0.0%
Functioning Skill 0.0%
Formulating Skill 40.0%
Fermenting Skill 50.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 85   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 85 text For a given collaborative lesson, you have decided to teach fermenting skills to a group of doctoral students. They all agree that they need the skill and know the definition of the skill. The next step would be to:
Question 85 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Assign web based training on the type of teamwork skills 0.0%
Arrange for simulation to practice the skill 90.0%
Arrange for a Myers Briggs Test for each student 0.0%
Do nothing, they are graduate students and probably know it already. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 86   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 86 text There are several strategies you can use as an instructor to ensure that students see need for teamwork skills. Which method does NOT help students see the need for these skills?
Question 86 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students choose needed skills. 0.0%
You choose skills and persuade. 30.000002%
Students individually choose personal skills to work on. 50.0%
Roleplay the absence of a skill. 10.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 87   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 87 text There are several strategies you can use as an instructor to ensure that students understand teamwork skills and know when to use them. Which method(s) help students understand these skills and learn when to use them?
Question 87 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Use a T-chart. 0.0%
Demonstrate, model, and explain. 10.0%
Both A & B 80.0%
None of the above 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 88   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 88 text There are several strategies you can use as an instructor to ensure the mastery of teamwork skills through practice. Which method(s) help students practice these skills?
Question 88 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Assign one social skill as a role. 0.0%
Periodically cue the skill. 0.0%
Record the frequency and quality of use. 0.0%
All of the above. 90.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 89   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 89 text Feedback and reflection on teamwork skills help students engage in these skills more effectively in the future. Which strategy does NOT provide feedback or encourage reflection?
Question 89 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Focus on positive actions. 0.0%
Present feedback visually and orally 0.0%
Be descriptive. 0.0%
Focus feedback on personality traits. 90.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 90   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 90 text Chapter 9 Executing the Cooperative Lesson
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 90 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 70.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

  Question 91   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 91 text Mark all that you would include in the instructions to students in Turn-to-Your Neighbor summaries.
Question 91 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
individually formulate your answer that summarizes the lesson 80.0% 20.0%
pair with a partner 90.0% 10.0%
listen to your partner tell her answer and reasons 90.0% 10.0%
tell your answer and reasons 80.0% 20.0%
create a new, better answer based on both of your inputs 80.0% 20.0%
be able to explain this new answer that you both agree to 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 92   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 92 text Mark all that you would include in the instructions to students in Cooperative Note-Taking pairs.
Question 92 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Stop every 10 minutes to share your notes 60.000004% 40.0%
take something from your partnerís notes to improve your own notes 90.0% 10.0%
focus on increasing the quality of notes 90.0% 10.0%
focus on increasing the quantity of notes 50.0% 50.0%
focus on making the notes brief 80.0% 20.0%
make sure you both have comprehensive accurate notes 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 93   Ordering Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 93 text Sequence the steps in this cooperative learning task called Read and Explain Pairs.
Question 93 answers
Answers 1 2 3 4
partners come to an agreement on the overall meaning of the assigned material 0.0% 0.0% 10.0% Percent Correct 80.0%
partners take turns explaining the readings, being accuracy coach and summarizer. 0.0% 0.0% Percent Correct 80.0% 10.0%
partners get the reading assignment Percent Correct 80.0% 10.0% 0.0% 0.0%
partners read the material individually 10.0% Percent Correct 80.0% 0.0% 0.0%

  Question 94   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 94 text In this cooperative learning group(CLG), the organization of the learning environment changes back and forth between individual work (to research and write some of the assignment), and pair work (to structure and write some of the assignment). Partners still sign the otherís work, vouching for the accuracy of the partnerís work. Name the CLG.
Question 94 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Group Investigation 0.0%
Co-op Co-op group 30.000002%
Write and Edit pairs 60.000004%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 95   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 95 text Drill-Review pairs. In this type of cooperative learning group, students group and regroup with the emphasis on explaining procedures step by step by step several times; first to a partner, then to another pair in their foursome. This re-explaining and repeat consensus-making is done to
Question 95 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
ensure procedures are over learned 60.000004%
reduce the number of groups teachers have to evaluate 0.0%
keep students busy to reduce other discipline problems 0.0%
None of the above. 30.000002%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 96   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 96 text In the cooperative learning group named Math Problem Solving pairs, partners sign the final answer to certify that (choose 2)
Question 96 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
your partner did not cheat 100.0% 0.0%
you agree with the solution 80.0% 20.0%
your partner can explain the solution 50.0% 50.0%
you did not argue during the lesson 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 97   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 97 text Academic Controversies cooperative learning groups use (choose 3)
Question 97 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
eventual consensus making to structure learning 50.0% 50.0%
group and regroup student assignments 60.000004% 40.0%
pro and con advocate positions to study the issues 90.0% 10.0%
None of the above. 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 98   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 98 text In this cooperative learning group(CLG), the main idea is that learners decide what topic to investigate and plan how to research their topic. Identify this CLG.
Question 98 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Group Investigation 90.0%
Co-op, Co-op group 0.0%
Write and Edit pairs 0.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 99   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 99 text This cooperative learning group's(CLG) structure has two levels; whole-team learning and mini-topic learning. Identify the CLG.
Question 99 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Group Investigation 0.0%
Co-op, Co-op group 70.0%
Write and Edit pairs 0.0%
None of the above. 20.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 100   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 100 text Chapter 10 Monitoring Students' Behavior
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 100 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 101   Fill in the Blank Average Score 10 points  
  Question 101 text When conducting a structured observation, you need to record the f _ _ q _ _ _ _ y of specific behaviors.
Question 101 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
frequency 100.0%
  Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 102   Multiple Answer Average Score 4 points  
  Question 102 text When making unstructured observations, which of the following tasks are performed?
Question 102 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Make specific observations that are brief enough to write down 40.0% 60.000004%
Capture important aspects of the behavior of one or more students. 90.0% 10.0%
Look for patterns of behavior in the groups. 50.0% 50.0%
Collect observations that help to answer questions about the successful implementation of cooperative learning. 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 103   Multiple Answer Average Score 0 points  
  Question 103 text Which of the following are procedures performed in a structured observation but not in an unstructured observation?
Question 103 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Collect anecdotal observations. 70.0% 30.000002%
Create an observation sheet for each group. 90.0% 10.0%
Write each targeted skill on a separate column in your observation sheet. 20.0% 80.0%
Place a tally mark in the appropriate row and column when a student engages in one of the targeted actions. 80.0% 20.0%

  Question 104   Multiple Choice Average Score 4 points  
  Question 104 text Once you have summarized the data gathered during a structured observation, how should you start to analyze it?
Question 104 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Determine what students should do the next time that they work in groups 10.0%
Rank students and groups in terms of who performed best and worst 10.0%
Total the columns and rows in your observation form 40.0%
Write a narrative that explains the performance of each group 40.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 105   Multiple Choice Average Score 10 points  
  Question 105 text When you are reviewing observation data with groups, which of the following questions is most effective for helping the group to set a growth goal?
Question 105 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
How did your group function today? 0.0%
What could you add to be an even better group tomorrow than you were today? 100.0%
What did you learn? 0.0%
What was your favorite part of the group activity? 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 106   Multiple Choice Average Score 9 points  
  Question 106 text Which of the following is the best method of intervening to provide task assistance for a group?
Question 106 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Suggest more effective procedures for working together 10.0%
Suggest that group members skip a step that they do not understand 0.0%
Ask group members to stop engaging in antisocial behavior 0.0%
Ask group members a set of questions that requires them to analyze their plan of action 90.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 107   Multiple Choice Average Score 8 points  
  Question 107 text Which of the following is the best method of intervening to teach social skills to a group?
Question 107 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask group members a set of questions that requires them to analyze their plan of action 20.0%
Ask group members to stop engaging in antisocial behavior 0.0%
Suggest more effective procedures for working together 80.0%
Suggest that group members skip a step that they do not understand 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 108   Multiple Choice Average Score 0 points  
  Question 108 text When intervening to ensure that each member within a group is doing his/her fair shair of the work, which is the most appropriate thing so say or ask?
Question 108 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Do you need any help? 0.0%
You need more extensive answers. 0.0%
Please explain why your group chose this answer (directed at an individual in the group). 100.0%
Let me explain how to do this again. 0.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 109   Multiple Choice Average Score 1 points  
  Question 109 text "You" statements are used in what kind of self-assessments?
Question 109 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Self-assessments 30.000002%
Peer assessments 10.0%
Group assessments 30.000002%
None of the above 10.0%
Answers 2 & 3 20.0%
Unanswered <0.0%

  Question 110   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 110 text Chapter 11 Closing the Lesson
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 110 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 100.0%
False 0.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 111   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 111 text Which of the following are true statements about lesson closure?
1. Teachers must provide closure to students.
2. Closure is an active process.
3. Closure happens internally, not externally.
Question 111 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
1 & 2 30.000002%
2 & 3 40.0%
1 & 3 0.0%
1, 2 & 3 10.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 112   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 112 text Identify the reason why closure is most effective when students can directly explain what they have learned to someone else.
Question 112 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Students formulate learning 0.0%
students conceptually organize learning 0.0%
students summarize learning 0.0%
all of the above 80.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 113   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.3 points  
  Question 113 text The following statements are the steps of closure. Which answer represents the correct order of these steps?
1. Students understand where they will use the information in the future.
2. Students reconstruct conceptually what they were responsible for learning.
3. Students integrate the new information into existing conceptual frameworks.
4. Students work in small groups (2 or 3).
5. Students recall and summarize the major points in the lesson.
6. Students organize the material into a conceptual framework.
7. Students identify final questions for the teacher.
Question 113 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
4, 6, 5, 1, 3, 2, 7 40.0%
4, 2, 5, 6, 3, 1, 7 30.000002%
4, 3, 2, 1, 5, 6, 7 10.0%
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 0.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 114   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 114 text One reason why focused discussion groups are useful for closing a lesson is beccause they allow students to formulate what they know and helps them _ _ _ _ _ _ _ it to others.
Question 114 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
convey 10.0%
explain 70.0%
Unanswered 20.0%
  Unanswered 0.2%

  Question 115   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 115 text The cooperative goal of a focused discussion group is to create _____________.
Question 115 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Five papers with important things learned. 0.0%
Two papers with questions about the lesson. 0.0%
One paper describing what the lesson covered. 80.0%
A written explanation of how the group worked. 0.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 116   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 116 text Students should work cooperatively to write a ďone-minute paperĒ that ________________.
Question 116 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Describes the major points learned. 30.000002%
Includes the main unanswered questions they still have 10.0%
All of the above. 40.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 117   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 117 text Student notes are useful for closing a lesson when their notes include:
Question 117 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Major concepts 0.0%
Pertinent information presented 0.0%
Reflections on the lesson 0.0%
All of the above 80.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 118   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 118 text The goal of using cooperative note-taking pairs to close a lesson is...
Question 118 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
To modify each otherís notes. 0.0%
To tell each partner what is in his/her notes. 0.0%
To ensure they have a complete, comprehensive and accurate set of notes. 60.000004%
To write new insights gained in the notes. 20.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 119   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 119 text Chapter 12 Evaluating the Quality and Quantity of Learning
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 119 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 90.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 0.0%

  Question 120   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 120 text When planning an assessment to follow a collaborative lesson, what should be assessed specifically?
Question 120 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Group processes of learning 10.0%
Learning outcomes 0.0%
Both A & B 80.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 121   Fill in the Blank Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 121 text Students complete simulated real-life tasks or solve simulated real-life problems when using __________ assessment.
Question 121 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
real-life 10.0%
self 10.0%
performance based 10.0%
authentic 40.0%
Unanswered 30.000002%
  Unanswered 0.3%

  Question 122   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.9 points  
  Question 122 text Identify the following statement about giving tests and quizzes that is true:
Question 122 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Tests and quizzes are always easy to take. 0.0%
b) Collaborating prior to a test enhances learning. 90.0%
c) The goal is not to ensure that all members understand. 0.0%
d) All of the statements are false. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 123   Ordering Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 123 text The textbook decribes a procedure for using cooperative groups to prepare and study for exams. Arrange the following steps into the correct sequence:
Question 123 answers
Answers 1 2 3 4
Each student takes the test individually. 30.000002% Percent Correct 20.0% 20.0% 20.0%
Students in each group discuss each study question. Percent Correct 60.000004% 0.0% 30.000002% 0.0%
Students resolve disageements in their answers to the study questions. 0.0% 30.000002% 10.0% Percent Correct 50.0%
Students meet together in their groups to compare answers. 0.0% 40.0% Percent Correct 30.000002% 20.0%

  Question 124   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 124 text Identify the following statement about giving tests and quizzes that is false:
Question 124 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Group members should discuss test answers. 0.0%
b) Group members may assign homework. 10.0%
c) No rationale is needed when discussing the correct answers. 80.0%
d) None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 125   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.2 points  
  Question 125 text Identify the following statement about giving tests and quizzes that is true:
Question 125 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) It is good to practice in front of a group. 20.0%
b) Group collaborating ensures you will make a good presentation. 20.0%
c) The goal is not to make good presentation but to entertain the audience. 0.0%
d) All of the statements are false. 50.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 126   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 126 text Identify the statement that is true.
Question 126 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
It is mandatory that instructors give tests in order to assess student learning. 10.0%
The ultimate goal is to make good grades not to improve skills and knowledge. 0.0%
Assessment only enables the instructor to learn more about students. 30.000002%
None of the above 50.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 127   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 127 text Identify the following statement about myths that is true:
Question 127 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
a) Instructors are solely responsible for assessing students. 10.0%
b) Participating in the assessment process enhances learning. 80.0%
c) Students are solely responsible for assessing other students. 0.0%
d) When students collaborate with the instructor in the assessment process, monitoring is not needed. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 128   True/False Average Score 0 points  
  Question 128 text Chapter 13 Processing Group Effectiveness
Click on "true" to continue...
Question 128 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
True 70.0%
False 10.0%
Unanswered 20.0%

  Question 129   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 129 text When providing feedback to a group of learners, name two or more critera the instructor should use (choose all that apply):
Question 129 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Focus feedback on behaviors. 60.000004% 40.0%
Feedback should be positive. 70.0% 30.000002%
Feedback should be informal. 100.0% 0.0%
Feedback should be descriptive. 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 130   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 130 text The main purpose for providing feedback to students is to (choose one):
Question 130 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
A. Provide closure to the lesson. 10.0%
B. Increase student self-efficacy by helping students feel empowered. 40.0%
C. Ensure that students realize the importance of individual accountability. 10.0%
D. Provide students with a clear rationale for their performance scores. 20.0%
Unanswered <20.0%

  Question 131   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.1 points  
  Question 131 text Which of the following charts are used to analyze how a group performs over time and multiple days?
Question 131 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
Weekly bar chart 60.000004% 40.0%
Run chart (a line graph) 70.0% 30.000002%
Weekly report form 40.0% 60.000004%
None of the above. 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 132   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 132 text When no observational data is present, identify two methods for providing feedback for group processing (choose two):
Question 132 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A. Processing the input from each group member into a group evaluation. 60.000004% 40.0%
B. Allowing half a minute for each member to identify other membersí contributions to group learning. 70.0% 30.000002%
C. Using a group processing question as the last question on the assignment sheet. 50.0% 50.0%
D. Assigning the group leader the task of summarizing the groupís report. 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 133   Multiple Choice Average Score 0.7 points  
  Question 133 text When using whole-class processing sessions to evaluate and reflect on group processes, students can asked to meet briefly with members of the group to do what?
Question 133 answers
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Identify the things they did in the group to help each other learn. 10.0%
Come to a group consensus on which things they did in the group to help each other learn. 0.0%
Share the conclusions drawn in the group discussions with the whole class. 10.0%
Both A, B & C 70.0%
None of the above. 0.0%
Unanswered <10.0%

  Question 134   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.4 points  
  Question 134 text Name two ways to get learners to set goals for improving their performance in the next lesson.
Question 134 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A. Have students plan where they can practice the current lessonís social skills outside of class. 40.0% 60.000004%
B. Have students practice with each other following the current lesson. 100.0% 0.0%
C. Have a class Recorder write a summary of goals from points made by the instructor during feedback and evaluation. 50.0% 50.0%
D. Have groups contribute to a statement of class goals for the next lesson. 90.0% 10.0%

  Question 135   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.6 points  
  Question 135 text Name two reasons why goal setting is important to improve learner performance (choose 2):
Question 135 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A. Establish a sense of learner pride. 100.0% 0.0%
B. Establish a sense of learner commitment. 80.0% 20.0%
C. Establish a sense of learner ownership. 70.0% 30.000002%
D. Establish a sense of learner participation. 70.0% 30.000002%

  Question 136   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.8 points  
  Question 136 text When structuring learner celebrations following an activity, name two attitudinal goals for the learner:
Question 136 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A. The learner will feel successful. 90.0% 10.0%
B. The learner will feel enthusiastic about working in cooperative groups. 90.0% 10.0%
C. The learner will feel more positive about school. 90.0% 10.0%
D. The learner will overcome a fear of speaking in public. 100.0% 0.0%

  Question 137   Matching Average Score 0.58 points  
  Question 137 text Match the following possible types of obstacles with their solutions, as applicable. (Select only 1 solution for each obstacle.)
Question 137 answers
Too little time for group processing.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for a written report from the group about strengths and weaknesses. 10.0%
Rapidly ask the groups how well they are functioning. 70.0%
Use specific statements which students must answer
in detail.
0.0%
Assign specific roles during processing. 0.0%
Not an obstacle. 10.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Processing stays vague.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for a written report from the group about strengths and weaknesses. 0.0%
Rapidly ask the groups how well they are functioning. 0.0%
Use specific statements which students must answer
in detail.
90.0%
Assign specific roles during processing. 0.0%
Not an obstacle. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Students stay uninvolved in processing.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for a written report from the group about strengths and weaknesses. 30.000002%
Rapidly ask the groups how well they are functioning. 10.0%
Use specific statements which students must answer
in detail.
20.0%
Assign specific roles during processing. 30.000002%
Not an obstacle. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Students wonít behave.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for a written report from the group about strengths and weaknesses. 10.0%
Rapidly ask the groups how well they are functioning. 10.0%
Use specific statements which students must answer
in detail.
0.0%
Assign specific roles during processing. 20.0%
Not an obstacle. 50.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

Students display poor cooperative skills.
Correct Answers Percent Answered
Ask for a written report from the group about strengths and weaknesses. 40.0%
Rapidly ask the groups how well they are functioning. 0.0%
Use specific statements which students must answer
in detail.
0.0%
Assign specific roles during processing. 50.0%
Not an obstacle. 0.0%
Unanswered 10.0%

  Question 138   Multiple Answer Average Score 0.5 points  
  Question 138 text When students turn in messy or incomplete group processing reports, name two ways to improve student performance (choose two):
Question 138 answers
Correct Answers Percent Correct Percent Incorrect
A. Give bonus points for neatness and completeness. 60.000004% 40.0%
B. Assign a lower grade on student papers and provide specific reasons. 80.0% 20.0%
C. Assign students the task of rewriting the reports. 70.0% 30.000002%
D. Have group members check and sign each otherís papers. 70.0% 30.000002%

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