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  • Q1

    What is the  minimum number of  contact and  teaching time for Grades 2-12 based on Deped Order 17, series 2022  " Guidelines  on  the Progressive  Expansion  of  Face to  Face  Classes"?   

    6 hours

    3 hours

    4 hours

    5 hours

  • Q2

    Based on Deped Order 17, series 2022  " Guidelines  on  the Progressive  Expansion  of  Face to  Face  Classes", the  following  are  part  of  the  required standards  and procedures in the implementation of this policy  EXCEPT:

    School Traffic Management

    Guidance for Class Scheduling

    Communication  Strategy

    Management of  Safe School Operation

  • Q3

    The following are considered EQUITY RESPONSE INITIATIVES  of  Deped   EXCEPT:

    Indigenous Peoples Education

    Voucher System

    School-Based Feeding Program

    Madrasah Education

  • Q4

    A low-performing elementary school has a goal of increasing student performance in math and reading by a defined amount. Students take division lead assessments in these areas from time to time during the year as well as national assessments near the end of each year. The school's new principal decides to have a large, brightly colored chart created that will be used to graphically display changes in student performance in math and reading over time. The chart will be placed in a prominent spots in the school.

    Which of the following is likely to be the most significant benefit of the principal's decision to use the chart?

    enhancing staff and student recognition of the important role of academic testing in the life of the school

    making critical information about the school readily available to all members of the school community

    communicating to the entire school community the school's strong commitment to improved student achievement

    providing a continuous reminder to staff and students about the connection between daily learning activities and test performance

  • Q5

    According to research, which of the following changes in a learning environment is likely to have the greatest positive effect on students' attitudes and motivation regarding learning?

    increased focus on individual versus group activities

    increased number of instructional materials employed by the teacher

    expanded availability of teachers to provide assistance in the classroom

    expanded use of high-quality computer-based instruction

  • Q6

    An elementary school has developed a system where teachers provide the parents/guardians of students with a monthly "learning bulletin" that contains information about what their children will be studying in the coming month as well as a description of what families can do to support their children's learning at home. The learning bulletins include, for example, tips for promoting students' homework completion and strategies for reinforcing students' current learning during everyday activities such as meal preparation and during games families can play together.

    ensuring personalized, motivating, and equitable learning opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds and family situations

    facilitating teachers' ability to address the full range of required curricular content within the constraints of available class time

    prompting families to view themselves as valued partners who can play an important role in promoting students' school success

    communicating to families that teachers can best fulfill their responsibilities when families are willing to assist and support them

  • Q7

    A new principal in a low-performing school wants to eliminate some instructional practices commonly used by teachers in the school and replace them with practices that have been shown to be more effective at promoting student learning. After meeting with initial teacher resistance, the principal finds research suggesting that teachers' readiness to learn and change often depends in part on their confidence and self-esteem.

    In the situation described, the principal can best apply this understanding by using which of the following approaches?

    introducing new teaching practices by involving the teachers in low-risk activities in small-group settings

    prompting the teachers to locate and read information about targeted new teaching practices before asking them to try the practices themselves

    having the teachers assess their own needs and draw their own conclusions about new teaching practices to improve their performance

    creating a menu of new teaching practices for the teachers to incorporate independently at their own pace

  • Q8

    In reviewing the results of a school culture and climate survey administered to students, the principal finds that ratings were particularly low in a section of the survey addressing students' motivation and sense of being encouraged to achieve high standards of academic performance.

    The principal can best follow up on this result by taking which of the following actions first?

    soliciting input from school staff regarding likely reasons for the low student ratings and possible solutions

    analyzing students' grades and test scores to compare the students' perceptions with actual performance trends

    administering a similar survey to teachers to determine whether their ratings show a similar pattern

    analyzing students' grades and test scores to compare the students' perceptions with actual performance trends

  • Q9

    The teachers in a school are assigned to teams that were established to enhance the school's functioning and provide team members with various types of professional support. A key goal driving the school at this time is to "set and achieve high academic and behavior expectations for every student."

    In observing the teams, the principal can best ensure that they are striving to meet this goal if team members are seen to focus most attention on exploring and addressing which of the following questions?

    In what ways do our students' lives outside of school impact their performance?

    How can we ensure that behavior management approaches are equitably applied?

    How should we respond to students who experience difficulties in learning?

    What skills and content are most important for our students to learn?

  • Q10

    Which of the following guidelines applied in developing a new student code of conduct for a school or district would best help ensure the creation of an effective document?

    Define behavior expectations and consequences for infractions in ways that can accommodate substantial flexibility and judgment in enforcing the code

    Use the  school's vision as a blueprint for defining appropriate behavior expectations and consequences to include in the code

     Describe behavior expectations and consequences for infractions as precisely,comprehensively, and concretely as possible.

    Emphasize behavior expectations and consequences for infractions that reflect as much as possible students' experiences in their homes and community.

  • Q11

    Although an elementary school has a good record of performance, the principal believes that teaching and learning in the school could be improved. The principal decides that one way to promote such improvement is to create a school environment that encourages innovation and responsible risk taking among faculty.

    Which of the following strategies is likely to contribute most to the development of this type of environment?

    allowing faculty considerable autonomy in selecting student learning goals and determining how to achieve them in their classes

    visiting classrooms regularly and offering faculty praise for what they are doing well and suggestions for addressing observed needs

    giving faculty regular opportunities for collaborative problem solving and sustained support for implementing workable solutions

  • Q12

    A principal advises a new teacher to start making frequent use of various types of formative assessment in addition to the end-of-unit tests the teacher already uses.

    The most important advantage of the principal's recommended assessment approach is that it will:

    provide each student with many opportunities to be a successful learner.

     give the teacher a larger number of data points for making his or her grading decisions

     promote a higher level of student motivation to master the content taught.

     allow the teacher to monitor the effectiveness of his or her instruction on an ongoing basis.

  • Q13

    According to research, which of the following would be the most likely outcome of a decision to significantly increase the use of ability grouping for academic instruction within each classroom in an elementary school?

     Students will mostly perform at the level expected of them based on the group(s) to which they are assigned.

    Students will perceive the learning environment overall as more personalized and responsive to their own strengths and needs.

    Teachers will tend to find it more challenging to organize and implement data-driven differentiation and intervention.

    Teachers will generally be able to teach the curriculum more quickly and efficiently to the students in each group.

  • Q14

    During a review of a school's math curriculum, a committee of educators identifies and addresses gaps in the current curriculum.

    Which of the following would most likely be the primary benefit of this action?

    helping teachers plan math instruction that is based on well-organized, clearly defined goals and objectives

    ensuring that students acquire the prerequisite math knowledge and skills needed to benefit from subsequent instruction

    facilitating alignment between the learning materials students use in math and the instruction they receive

    helping ensure that instruction will be appropriate for students who have varied levels of proficiency in math

  • Q15

    After reviewing student scores on a school-wide assessment, a Junior high school principal determines that a significant proportion of students from diverse socio and economic backgrounds are not benefiting fully from the instruction they receive in their classes.

    The principal raises this concern in a faculty meeting and then asks the teachers to generate a list of ideas for strategies they can use in their classes to remedy the situation.

    Which of the following suggestions would be most appropriate to include in the list?

     Focus instruction on basic knowledge and gradually incorporate higher-level learning after students master basic concepts.

    Offer students flexibility in defining their own learning goals and determining how to achieve them.

    Use examples that are likely to be familiar to all students to illustrate and clarify instructional content.

    Divide students into groups based on prior performance and implement varied curricula that reflect each group's strengths and needs.


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