Early Childhood Education Quiz
Early Childhood Education
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During early childhood, the average child grows __________ inches.
Regarding brain development in early childhood, which of the following statements is TRUE?
What is the second stage of Piaget’s cognitive theory of development that emphasizes a child’s ability to represent the world with words, images, and drawings?
Preoperational means that a child cannot yet perform:
__________, a limitation of preoperational thinking, is the inability to distinguish between one’s own perspective and someone else’s perspective.
Which sub-stage of preoperational thinking occurs between ages 2 and 4 years and involves the child’s ability to mentally represent an object that is not present?
In the United States, what is the leading cause of death in young children?
__________ is the focusing of attention on one characteristic of an object or situation to the exclusion of all others.
__________ is the awareness that altering an object’s appearance does not change its basic properties.
__________ is Vygotsky’s term suggesting that, over the course of a teaching session, the teacher should change the level of support given to fit the student’s performance level.
Both Vygotsky and Piaget suggested that __________.
Regarding information processing in early childhood, which of the following statements is TRUE?
Research on theory of mind has found that children refer to __________ earlier and more frequently than they refer to __________.
Jean Berko __________.
Which of the following is NOT a principle of a child-centered kindergarten?
Developmentally appropriate practices in education are based on typical development at a given age as well as the uniqueness of each child. This type of schooling is considered:
__________ is a compensatory education program designed to provide children from low-income families with the opportunity to acquire important school success skills.
Which of the following characteristics is central to the Montessori approach to education?
Preschool children are increasingly capable of learning and applying rules of syntax. Syntax refers to:
A young child’s ability to add the letter “s” to create plurals demonstrates their growing mastery of:
____________ is necessary, foundational, long-term, lifetime, not just with one person, cornerstone of social and emotional development, develops relationship, impacts our future social relationships and affects the ability to learn in the classroom.
What percentage of the brain grows in the first 3 years of human life?
What is a human’s first language?
What causes child abuse?
What is the age range of Early Childhood?
Who opened society’s eyes to “Respect for the child”and the realization that: “…mankind can hope for a solution to its problems, among which the most urgent are those of peace and unity, only by turning its attention and energies to the discovery of the child and to the development of the great potentialities of the human personality in the course of its formation.”
Which parenting style creates children who are able to self-regulate, self-control, are socially/emotionally stable, independent, have high self-esteem and can problem solve efficiently?
Why do children cry?
What are the two senses that develop first in humans?
When do relationships begin?