Child Development and Pedagogy- Quiz 1


What is child development and pedagogy?

Child development as a term is described as the development of a child as an learned and evolved child, by understanding many aspects of formal and informal education. By child development we mean to help the child with childhood. At the various stages of childhood to be able to realize self and inner potential. To develop a sense of belonging to the society we live in. Thus ,in short child development is to develop self and interact with the society through learning.

Pedagogy is the discipline that must help the children achieve the abilities in a precise way .It is the responsibility of Pedagogy to develop children (with their intelligence) with the help of various subject content .Pedagogy must help children in making them smart with their inner potential. Every subject has lot of content in the form of lessons. The content should be presented in such a way by the pedagogy, that the specific educational goal/s ,for which the content is presented is achieved . In short the pedagogy is responsible for specifically effective learning of every child.

Child Development and Pedagogy -Quiz 1

In the CTET ( Central Teachers Eligibility Test)  exam and Other state level exam, Child Development and Pedagogy is an important subject. Child development and Pedagogy has both paper-I and Paper-II in ctet and other tet exams. In this section 30  multiple choice questions are to be attended and it is scoring subject.

In every Quiz there child Development and Pedagogy  30 MCQ question.

1. Learning is


2. Assessment is an integral part of teaching-learning process because


3. What is the determinant of the scope of socialization of a child?


4. “Any response to a situation will, other things being equal, be more strongly connected with the situation in proportion to the number of times it has been connected with that situation and to the average vigor and duration of the connections The preceding is a quote from


5. The term personality refers to


6. According to ……………. all children pass thought a series of distinct stages in their intellectual development.


7. Average range of I Q is


8. Linguistics is


9. The right of children to free and compulsory education act has come into force


10. According NCF 2005, education should be


11. The Play-way method of education is


12. Which one of these is not a principle of development?


13. Gender bias refers to


14. In an effective classroom


15. Which of the following statements is most appropriate about children’s making errors?


16. A lot of children in India, especially girls do household chores before coming to school and after going back from school. What do you think a teacher should do regarding homework in this context?


17. What would you do to motivate your students?


18. Parents-Teacher Association is important because


19. School are social institution because they


20. The Montessori school insist on


21. Emotions serve the needs of intelligent behavior, while instincts serve the needs of


22. The first step of teaching is


23. A child has learned to avoid a furry, black cat. However, she still plays with her grandmother’s short-haired taffy. Her response demonstrates


24. Mr. Sunil is concerned about one of his students. The student, Rahul, has serious and persistent problem concerning his relationship with other students; he displays aggression and is often out of control. Rahul displays Signs of depression that can last up to several weeks, and he experiences fears that are often school related and interfere with his learning. Rahul is most likely to be suffering from


25. Use of audio-visual aids


26. A teacher who is not able to draw the attention of his students, should


27. “Heredity ratio” was developed by


28. The curriculum development is based on


29. Kohlberg’s moral development stages are closely related to


30. The stage of cognitive development according to Piaget, in which a child displays ‘object permanence’ is



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