Child Development & Pedagogy (CDP) Objective Question & MCQ

Child Development & Pedagogy (CDP) Objective Question for Teacher Exam

Orthotic devices are designed primarily to _.

  1. None of these
  2. support a body part
  3. repair a body part
  4. replace a missing body part

Correct Answer:- support a body part

Assessments regarding the outcome of students’ learning are known as __ assessment.

  1. Diagnostic
  2. Benchmark
  3. Formative
  4. Prognostic

Correct Answer:- Prognostic

Which of the following orientations falls under the stage of conventional morality according to Kohlberg?

  1. Orientation towards punishment and obedience
  2. Social concern and conscience
  3. Morality of universal ethical principles
  4. Instrumental purpose and exchange

Correct Answer:- Social concern and conscience

Which of the following is not an example of extrinsic motivation? /

  1. Salary
  2. Praise सा
  3. Passion
  4. Promotion

Correct Answer:- Passion /

Which of the following is TRUE when the teacher engages in Guidance and counseling of children with special needs in school education?

  1. Teacher’s own professional growth is evident
  2. Teachers can get rewards, recognition, and promotion
  3. Under the teacher’s guidance, students will feel secure and more engaged in the learning
  4. Under the teacher’s guidance, students get special attention.

Correct Answer:- Under the teacher’s guidance, students will feel secure and more engaged in the learning

Which of the following principles refers to the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be sensed?

  1. Conservation
  2. Object permanence
  3. Theory of mind
  4. Animism
    Correct Answer:- Object permanence

Thorndike’s theory of trial and error learning has emphasized the importance of

  1. Motivation
  2. Rewards
  3. Praise
  4. Punishment

Correct Answer:- Motivation

Punishment and rewards are the components of __

  1. Behaviourism theory
  2. Design-Based Research methods
  3. Humanism theory
  4. Connectivism theory

Correct Answer:-Behaviourism theory

Child-centered education uses

  1. Divergent exposure
  2. Year-end appraisal
  3. Linear exposure
  4. Disciplinary force

Correct Answer:- Divergent exposure

OCD denotes:

  1. Obsessive Conduct Disorder
  2. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  3. Oppositional Compulsive Disease
  4. Oppositional Cognitive Disorder

Correct Answer:- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

is associated with retardation in various aspects of development /

  1. Medium Intelligence
  2. No Intelligence
  3. Higher Intelligence
  4. Lower Intelligence

Correct Answer:- Lower Intelligence

In child-centered education, what the child has to learn should be

  1. Judged through activities
  2. Judged by the scores of their test results
  3. Judged according to the ability, interest, capacity, and previous experience of the child
  4. Judged according to the previous experience of the child

Correct Answer:- Judged according to the ability, interest, capacity, and previous experience of the child

Child-centered education typically involves:

  1. on the spot assessments
  2. no Assessments
  3. more summative assessments
  4. more formative assessments
    Correct Answer:- more formative assessments

Which of the following are features of progressive education?

  1. Instructions based solely on prescribed textbooks
  2. Flexibility on the topics that the student would like to learn
  3. Emphasis on lifelong learning and social skills
  4. Emphasis on scoring good marks in examinations

Correct Answer:- Emphasis on lifelong learning and social skills

Performance intelligence is measured by:

  1. Verbal Ability
  2. Comprehension
  3. Numerical Ability
  4. Picture Arrangement
    Correct Answer:- Picture Arrangement

“A thing can be learned by the study of it as a totality” This statement is based on which learning theory

  1. Instrumental conditioning
  2. Insight Classical conditioning
  3. Trial and Error
  4. Classical Conditioning

Correct Answer:- Classical Conditioning

The word ‘consistency’ is associated with:

  1. Personality
  2. Attitude
  3. Intelligence
  4. Motivation
    Correct Answer:- Personality /

The prejudice against a person on the basis of the sex of that person is _

  1. Gender stereotype
  2. Gender bias
  3. Gender identity
  4. Gender issue

Correct Answer :- Gender bias

The smallest bone i.e. stapes in the human body is in the _____ear. /

  1. Inner
  2. Middle
  3. None of these
  4. External

Correct Answer:- Middle

The last stage of psychosocial development is

  1. Identity v/s. Confusion
  2. Trust v/s. Mistrust
  3. Generativity v/s. Stagnation
  4. Integrity v/s. Despair
    Correct Answer:-

Integrity v/s. Despair

The study of the same children over a period of time is known as __ study.

  1. Longitudinal
  2. Cross-sectional
  3. Latitudinal
  4. Experimental
    Correct Answer:- Longitudinal

Which of the following is a limitation of the Eclectic counseling approach? /

  1. requires highly skilled counselors to handle the dynamic feature of this counseling approach
  2. more flexible approach of counselling
  3. more cost-effective & practical approach
  4. more objective & coordinated approach of counselling

Correct Answer :- requires highly skilled counselors to handle the dynamic feature of this counselling approach

The same-sex friendship prevails during __

  1. Early adolescence
  2. Early childhood
  3. Late adolescence
  4. Late childhood

Correct Answer:- Early adolescence

The flexibility of children to adjust to any circumstance is known as _

  1. Rigidity
  2. Desirability
  3. Inability
  4. Plasticity

Correct Answer:- Plasticity

What IQ score tends to identify gifted children?

  1. 170 or higher
  2. 130 or higher
  3. 70 or higher
  4. 120 or higher

Correct Answer:- 130 or higher

What type of response is learned through the process of classical conditioning? /

  1. Unconditioned response
  2. Reinforced response
  3. Conditioned response
  4. Neutral response
    Correct Answer:- Conditioned response

The best method to study the growth and development of the child is

  1. Comparative Method /
  2. Developmental method
  3. Statistical Method
  4. Psychoanalytic method

Correct Answer:-Developmental method

Hierarchy of needs is an important perspective of motivation was propounded by

  1. Maslow
  2. Piaget
  3. Pavlov
  4. Freud
    Correct Answer:- Maslow

Which of the following operations helps us to validate information?

  1. Evaluation
  2. Divergent thinking
  3. Convergent thinking
  4. Cognition

Correct Answer:- Evaluation

Among the following, mutual support is found more in

  1. Groups
  2. Teams
  3. Society
  4. Classrooms

Correct Answer :- Teams

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