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Dec 18

Quiz by JOHN QUIROZ

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45 questions
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  • Q1
    TRUE or FALSE: Learners also include children outside of school who take classes under the tutelage of a teacher shared leadership and governance ( DEPED ORDER 44 S. 2015- e SIP)
    Neither true nor false
    True
    Can be both
    False
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  • Q2
    2. One item below does not differentiate between leading and managing; choose which item:
    Managers look into daily operations; leaders provide overall direction 

    Leaders ask what and why; managers ask how and when
    Leaders motivate and inspire; managers ensure participation of people 

    Managers maintain and sustain; leaders create policies and guidelines
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  • Q3
    What is the role of School Heads in responding to our child learners?
    To be context or community-centered
    To be family centered
    To be school or institutionally-centered To be family centered
    To be child or learner-centered ( e-SIP)
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  • Q4
    Choose the word that does not belong to the group: (a. Caring b. Protective c. Discriminating d. Clear Guidelines)
    A
    D
    C
    B
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  • Q5
    Choose the word that does not belong to the group: (a classroom b. toilet facilities c. school clinic d. Recognition Day )
    a
    b
    c
    d
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  • Q6
    Which statement is not covered by the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 (RA 10533), Sec. 5: “The DepEd shall adhere to the following standards and principles in developing the enhanced basic education curriculum…
    use pedagogical approaches that are constructivist, inquiry-based, reflective, collaborative, integrative
    learner-centered, inclusive and developmentally appropriate
    relevant, responsive and research-based
    culture-diverse
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  • Q7
    The Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a parallel learning system that provides a viable alternative to the existing formal education. ALS Target Learners are the following except:
    Anyone who has not completed 12 years of basic education
    Elementary and Secondary School Leavers
    Anyone who has completed 12 years of basic education but would like to study more senior high school tracks
    Out of School Adults 25 years old and above
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  • Q8
    The school head organizes the team that would deliver the CI project for non-readers. She ensures that the structure is covered by a memo and that the deliverables and budgets are clear to the team and the school community. This is an example of: a. Leadership b. Management c. Leadership and Management d. Step 1 in DepEd’s Continuous Improvement program, also known as Getting Organized
    Management
    Leadership and Management
    Leadership
    Step 1 in DepEd’s Continuous Improvement program, also known as Getting Organized
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  • Q9
    Mr. Philip Duque is a constructivist teacher. He poses questions and problems, then guides his learners to find their own answers. He uses many techniques in the teaching process. Except:
    Tell an anecdote
    Group work is encouraged
    Group according to intelligences
    Let learners formulate their own questions
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  • Q10
    Mrs. Torralba, a school head of Makata Elementary School is orienting a new teacher, Portia Debuho. Portia Debuho asked Mrs. Torralba about the foundational language to be used in Grades 1-3 under K to 12, since she is not yet familiar. Mrs Torralba answered:
    Taglish
    Mother Tongue
    English
    Filipino
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  • Q11
    Learning by doing, applied learning, and manipulative learning is also a must in: a. teacher-centered instruction b. localized and contextualized teaching c. outcome-based education d. digital education
    digital education
    teacher-centered instruction
    localized and contextualized teaching
    outcome-based education
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  • Q12
    Use of stories of the learners’ community as a springboard to teach competencies in language subjects. (a. Localization b. Indigenization)
    a
    b
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  • Q13
    Use of local resources as materials for instructional aids (a localization b. Indigenization)
    a
    b
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  • Q14
    Recognizing and including the community’s context and values in the content and performance standards, and competencies (a localization b. Indigenization)
    a
    b
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  • Q15
    Enhancing the National Curriculum in relation to the community life cycle while recognizing appropriate scope and sequence of competencies. ( a localization b. indigenization)
    b
    a
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  • Q16
    School head Mrs. Torres claims to be Senior High School ready in the municipality of Kooboo. They are offering the following tracks HUMMS, STEM, Arts & Design and Tech Voc specializing in Home Economics. This is based on a months long decision process and consultation with the Mayor’s office, as well as local businessmen, including the American Chamber of Commerce chairperson. This situation reflects the SBM principle of –
    shared leadership and governance
    Accountability for performance and results
    Resource Management
    decentralization
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  • Q17
    The CI Methodology is a methodology to continuously assess, analyze, and act on the performance improvement of:
    the school’s policy focusing on both customer needs and the desired performance b) key processes
    key processes focusing on both customer needs and the desired performance
    the school’s policy focusing on teachers’ needs and desired performance
    key processes focusing on both desired performance and teachers’ needs
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  • Q18
    McKinsey’s 7S model was developed by Tom Peters and Robert Waterman. This model is based on the theory that for an organization to perform well –
    the seven elements should have soft and hard skill qualities
    the seven elements need to be mutually reinforcing and wholly beneficial to the organization b) the seven element need to be determined and assessed as mutually reinforcing
    the seven elements need to be aligned and mutually reinforcing
    the seven element need to be determined and assessed as mutually reinforcing
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  • Q19
    The School Improvement Program of Agoda High School has always been praised by Regional Director Efren Polumbarit. He credits this to the diligent efforts of the school head Mr. Clarito Dalusan. Mr. Dalusan ensures that the SIP for Agoda is –
    evidence based, principle based and learner centric
    policy-based, evidence based and data centric
    evidence based, results based and learner centric
    evidence based, performance based and learner centric
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  • Q20
    In Kingston Elementary School, the PTA has been complaining about how their children are getting low grades in their various subjects and overall student performance have been below average. In all of the province, Kingston has been ranked the lowest performing school in the past 2 years with the highest dropout rates, as well as lowest national averages. How should the school head deal with this problem?
    Meet with the PTA and ask them what is the basis of their complaints
    Conduct a thorough assessment of the school processes and systems
    Ask the DepEd regional office for more funding to build more classrooms
    Resign because of inability to create an effective school environment
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