EDTL 2300 Final Exam
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AECT stands for:
Association for Education, Communications, and Technology
ISTE stands for:
International Society for Technology and Education
NCATE stands for:
National Counsel of Accreditation of Teacher Education
Which is not a standard in the ISTE NETS-T performance indicators for teachers?
Facilitate & inspire, Design and develop digital-age learning experiences & assessments, Model digital age work and learning, Promote and model digital citizenship & responsibility, Engage in professional growth & leadership
What does NCLB stand for?
No Child Left Behind
What does PREP stand for?
Prepared Reflective Engaged Professional
Which is a standard in the ISTE NETS¬-S performance indicators for students?
Creativity & innovation, communication & collaboration, Research & information fluency, Critical thinking, Problem solving & decision making, Digital citizenship, Technology operations & concepts
What does NETS stand for?
National Education Technology Standards
What does ORC stand for?
Ohio Resource Center
What does ODE stand for?
Ohio Department of Education
You have a student who does his homework accurately and on time. When you return it, you orally commend him and smile. This is an example of:
Every Saturday night, Belle and Chase look forward to going to the local YMCA to square dance. Which type of intelligence is prominent in this activity?
The purpose of IQ tests is to:
To measure one's intelligence/capacity to understand and learn
If you designed a lesson following the concept of behaviorism, after a student gave a response, you would give her:
Give a reward (can be positive, negative, or no response)
The theorist best known for the multiple intelligence theory is:
Both cognitivists and constructivists recognize learning as a:
Learning as a way someone thinks—we all learn/think in different ways
A teacher's own teaching style is usually a function of:
One's personal preferences
In the evolution of educational technology, the audiovisual movement:
Started with early movies
Today, educational technology typically is considered to include:
All resources that support teaching and learning
If an instructor assigns gifted students a long¬ term project in which they can select to videotape their construction of models, conduct interviews, design display booths, or record informational audiotapes, the instructor is striving to accommodate:
Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)
What teachers do when practicing their profession to help students learn is known as:
In the final step of the learning event, the type of evaluation that you will perform is:
Summative Evaluation and Revision Plan
The Design¬Plan¬Act! System includes all of the following steps except:
Design Phase, The Plan Phase, and The Act Phase
The Design¬Plan¬Act! Planning system is commonly referred to as:
Planning Systematic Approach
Techniques and activities in which teachers require students to engage to master content are:
The different types of thinking skills have been categorized by several theorists. One of the most popular of these systems is known as:
All of the following are among the roles of instructional objectives except:
Behavior one (pg. 55&56)
When preparing a learning environment, a teacher should:
a. Space: has been maximally adjusted to meet learner diversity. Space arrangement promotes interactivity.
b. Classroom Climate: are flexible and meets diverse learners' needs. Cooperation is emphasized without loss of healthy competition. Active learning is emphasized.
c. Attitudes: teacher attitude is consistently positive and encouraging. Teacher is always friendly and nurturing. Students demonstrate confidence and are clearly willing to be risk takers.
Well¬ written performance objectives contain: Stem: The student will be able to
a. Target Performance: identify the subject and verb
b. Assessment Method: in sentences contributed by peers and written on the board
c. Criterion for Success: with 95 percent accuracy
Bloom's taxonomy levels:
Scaffolding is defined as:
The process of building bridges from prior knowledge as a baseling and moving students beyond that point.
Word prediction software:
Makes educated guesses about the word being entered, and enables creation of custom dictionaries.
Which of the following is not a reading support tool?
Recorded Books, High-Intrest-Low Level Books, Scan/read Systems
Which is a communications tool?
Assistive Listening Devices, Personal Amplification System, Augmentative Communication
Which do gifted students need?
One of the most rapidly growing student segments is:
English Language Learners
TESOL stands for:
The Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
CLD stands for students who:
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
Students with special needs and students with exceptionalities are not:
Word processing software can assist students who:
have learning disabilities that have spelling problems
Making sure all the computer parts work together is the job of the:
Printer resolution is measured as:
Compared to floppy disks, CD¬ROM discs have ____ storage capacity.
A billion bytes of data are referred to as a:
Computer storage that is long term and continues after the power to the computer has been turned off is:
hard disk drive
A program that can cause damage to your computer system and that should be scanned for whenever you start your computer is a:
To protect classroom computers from computer viruses, a teacher should:
A flat, pressure¬ sensitive panel that you touch with your finger and on which move your finger around to provide input to a computer is known as:
The program that tells a computer how to behave like a computer is known as the:
In purchasing a computer, you normally want to get the machine with the highest number of megahertz on the CPU that you can afford because that machine will:
Speed above standard is likely to support next generation software.
In the self-¬paced remediation lab at the middle school where you are teaching, the students are working with multimedia skills reinforcement software. For the auditory component of the programs in this setting, the peripherals of choice are:
Speakers and headphones
Wireless microwave technology is used in:
Public place such as restaurants, schools
Catching students up on missed class work is a perennial problem at all levels and grades of instruction. For information that is presented visually, one solution is to present the material as usual by writing on a display surface but also to store the information for later retrieval. This display surface is known as:
It looks like a pen but is used to draw on an electronic pad, not paper. It is called:
Electronic tablets that display stored digital text, page by page, are known as:
Using a headpiece and glove and other related hardware and software that enable you to interact with a three¬ dimensional world is known as:
The inexpensive device that lets teachers display computer images using a standard television monitor is a:
E-books allow students to:
have multiple textbooks on a single lightweight devise it also allows them to take notes for convenience.
To capture a digital image of a page of a reference book, it is best to use a:
A relatively new, wireless device that can enable students to take and organize notes in a word¬processed format without having to type them out, then download and read e¬books, all without the use of a desktop or laptop is:
pen input devise
A license from a software company that lets the software be used legally on all of the computers at the organization's location is known as:
Site license (p. 172)
Software that you can request or download and try out without charge, paying a usually small fee only if you decide you like the software, is known as:
The ability to find a desired piece or pieces of data from a database that holds thousands of pieces of information is known as:
In addition to organizing numeric information, spreadsheet software can manipulate numeric data easily because the software has built-in:
Built-in mathematical and statistical formulas (p.178)
One of the great advantages of an electronic spreadsheet is that you can relate cells to each other so that changing data in one cell will make changes:
cells that uses the data for calculations (p. 178)
Information about just one item or person, such as the name, address, telephone number, and parents' names of one student, in a database program is a:
An intriguing feature of spreadsheets is their unique ability to help forecast the results of changing conditions, such as developing a budget. This feature is known as:
what-if analysis (p.179)
The word processing feature that is a mini¬-program to create customized documents is a:
The administrative software that may include hypermedia features that allow the use to link and jump to other documents is:
The difference between freeware and shareware is that:
freeware is offered without charge. Shareware is free for a trial time then needs payment for further use (p. 171)
Software that includes clip art libraries and enables the user to draw, paint, and manipulate objects is known as:
graphics software (p.205)
The three functions of graphics software are:
create, edit & enhance
Using the DVC online site to research learning styles, Mrs. McCarthy sees bold, underlined topics in the text. By clicking on "Learning Styles Survey" as she reads through the text, she can skip to a survey to find out her own and her students' dominant learning styles; then, with another click, she can return to the home page. This "skipping" between interactive pages is made possible by:
Speech synthesizers and screen readers are examples of:
Special needs software (p.219)
To create a document with graphics, video, and sound to link with other documents is to use:
Software that lets the user "melt" one image into another has the special effect known as:
Software that provides students the opportunity to interact with model environments and promote discovery learning is:
When selecting an authoring system, a teacher should consider:
ease of use and capabilities
Problem ¬solving software is a class of academic software in which students:
Can extend their knowledge by testing hypothesis based on what they already know (p.221)
When acquiring academic software, the teacher's primary role is to:
Evaluate and identify appropriate software (p. 226)
A method for transferring files among computers on the Internet is:
File transfer protocol (FTP) (p.245)
essentially electronic communication between computers over distance (p.234)
A chat is:
a service offered by some ISPs and Internet sites that set aside a space in which two or more Internet users can meet in real time (p.244)
Text files can have the following extensions:
Word-processed files (.doc), files readable with a browser (.htm or .html) and those readable with any text reader (p.247)
Web pages are written by using a language called:
HyperText Markup Language
The agreed ¬upon standard for photographic images is:
JPEG (pronounced "jay-peg") stands for Joint Photographic Expert Group (p.252)
The advantage of a computer discussion in teaching and learning is that it:
lets you view and participate in online conversations (p.242-243)
A teacher who wanted to download a shareware or freeware teaching tool would likely use:
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
The Internet software that allows online individuals to see and talk to each other while sharing files is:
Zipped files that are downloaded from the Internet are:
compressed files (p.245)
virtual online spaces that support the posting of personal commentary on the web (p. 256)
The world's largest database of education information is:
ERIC, the Educational Resources Information Center (p.269)
Adobe Acrobat Reader converts traditional publications to an exact replica of the original pages using what format?
PDF file (p.262)
For educators, the largest database of information is:
ERIC, the Educational Resources Information Center (p.269
The policy that articulates the ways in which the Internet can be used by students is:
Acceptable-Use Policy (AUP) (p.279)
If a file has been saved in PDF format, to open and read it, you will need to have installed on your computer the program called:
Adobe Reader (p.263)
Often found on blogs, feeds that continuously and automatically update selected topics are called RSS, which stands for:
"Really Simple Syndication" or alternatively, "Rich Site Summary" (p.267)
The system that a school uses to block inappropriate pages is known as:
Including multimedia on a web site is useful to educators because multimedia:
Useful in addressing diverse learning styles (p.250
An education portal is a web site that:
Provide education portal and other resources (p.269)
Which of the following is NOT one of the three primary categories of design elements?
Visuals that do not require projection to display them are:
Nonprojected visuals. (Ex. Real objects, models, exhibits, printed materials, graphics and photographs.)
WAV and MP3 files are examples of:
Which of the following should you always try to have in any visuals that you create?
Coherence, Consistencies, and Relevance
An advantage of digital video over analog in the classroom is the:
Digital video technologies offer a powerful teaching and learning resource that you can customize to support a specific lesson or to meet unique students needs.
In converting analog video to the digital form, each frame must be converted to its digital counterpart. The sequence of digitized frames is a:
Digital Video Clip
Digital video compression is important to using video over the Internet because:
Digitized video can then be transmitted with image and sound almost as clear as a broadcast video.
The most popular video compression formats are:
Audio Video Interleaved (AVI), Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG), and QuickTime (MOV).
Before including students in a video, the teacher should:
Get permission from the students' parents.
The digital equivalent to the traditional overhead projector for the display of nonmoving images is the:
Often referred to as a virtual bulletin boards are:
Technical support, while important for all technology ¬driven instruction, is most critical for:
If a system fails. Available technicians, backup systems, and clear direction on how to proceed are critical for success
Distance education was originally offered through:
Correspondence courses where the student received their books and tools for instruction through the mail.
You are the principal of the only high school in a large metropolitan school district that has a teacher of Japanese. The other schools want to add Japanese to their course offerings. What is the best and most practical solution to the problem?
To be successful in distance education courses, students need to be all of the following except:
Students need to be prepared for the content, they must have good behavior, in addition to preparing them for the content, you must also prepare them to work differently than in a traditional classroom, and prepare them to work independently.
One of the greatest challenges in distance education is:
Providing feedback. In a distance environment the technology you use often determines the type of feedback you give.
One of the key issues for teachers who are preparing a course to teach at a distance is:
Evaluating the students progress
In K¬12, distance education can be best used to:
Expand Instructional Activities
In distance delivery, synchronous instruction is instruction that occurs at:
The same time, but in distance learning, not in the same place. All the students may need to long on to a chat room at the same time but will not be in the same place.
Asynchronous interaction in distance education can be supported by:
A wide variety analog and digital technologies such as phone technologies, e-mail, electronic discussions, or an "online classroom" such as a class website.
The rights of the owner of intellectual property are protected by:
Circumstances under which a teacher can use copyrighted materials in face-¬to¬-face instruction are:
Fair Use Guidelines (p.348)
Copying software to share with others or installing software on multiple machines when only one copy was purchased is:
To address the digital divide, the Federal Communications Commission established a discounted cost for telecommunications service for community access centers known as:
An example of an emerging technology that is still in its infancy is:
Because of the societal shift toward technology:
An ethical issue arising from the digital divide is:
Freedom of Speech, Privacy, Academic Dishonesty (p.348)
In the digital age, instruction is likely to become less centralized because:
Technology will be able to redifne the classroom by providing learning space as well as instruction: it can be anywhere.
Three of the key legal issues related to the digital age are:
Copyright/Fair use, privacy, software piracy, acceptable use (p.348)
Parents must give permission for teachers to:
Share info about them to which you might be privy as a result of your position as their teacher (p.349)
In strategic planning, goals differ from objectives in that:
goals are long term, objectives are short term (p.347)
Which technology is not a fairly recent development?
Bluetooth is named after a:
10th Century Danish King-Harald Bluetooth (p.370)
WiFi stands for:
wireless fidelity (p.369)
Which is a type of virtual reality?
Video games, avatar, second life wii (p.371/372)
Which does not belong with the other artificial intelligence terms?
Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic Software, Expert systems, Intelligent Agents (p.374)
Which capability is normally not included on a Smartphone?
Internet, e-mail, gps. Multimedia (p.374)
What type of file is frequently shared via peer¬-to-¬peer networking, often illegally?
FOLED stands for:
Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Devices (p.379)
Which is an example of an interactive or touch screen display?
Satellite Imagery, geomapping (p.378/379)