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NQESH Mock I (Exclusive)

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  • Q1
    What is the purpose of a child-friendly education program? The school has a policy against discrimination with respect to ethnicity, ethnic heritage, socioeconomic class, religious views, among others.
    Encourage the interest of children in the school and society
    Encourage completion and registration
    Ensuring high academic achievement and progress for children
    Ensuring safe and secure places for children
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  • Q2
    A school can be considered child-friendly if, but for one, it manifests all of the following traits?
    Accept plurality, practice tolerance and overcome conflicts as they respect the interests of others,
    If, for whatever cause, it prohibits any kid from enrolling and attending classes.
    When it encourages them to become members of their culture and society who are responsible and efficient.
    If an organization acknowledges and supports the range of children's rights
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  • Q3
    It is said that a child-friendly school with children is effective when it focuses on children. What best describes a school that is child-centered?
    There is no clear curriculum that addresses both the learning needs of the child and those of the community and society.
    Discourages kids to think and decide questions for themselves and does not entertain their opinions
    The child has the best interest in all his learning activities in mind.
    Uses teaching techniques that are appropriate to advance students in the batch
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  • Q4
    Referring to mobilizing community support for education in Goal 7 of a child-friendly school, which is not true of the following?
    Your school invites parents to discuss the learning experiences and progress of their children with their teachers.
    In order to identify children who are physically or sexually abused or are made to do hard physical labor, school coordinates with Barangay institutions
    Your school requires the people of the community to raise learning funds and resources.
    In conducting literacy programs for illiterate parents, your school takes the lead.
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  • Q5
    What of the above is not an inclusive, gender-sensitive and non-discriminating Child-Friendly School?
    Encourage children to consider and decide for themselves, to ask questions and to share their views.
    Use training approaches suitable to the age, skills and learning practices of the infant.
    Gives boys and girls unequal learning opportunities, unequally threatens children irrespective of gender, social status, religious conviction and cultural origin
    It has a program that meets the learning interests of the child as well as those of the community and culture.
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  • Q6
    The province of Pampanga was struck by a destructive typhoon. They postponed classes at all stages. There were also suspended government departments. Right after the typhoon, what do you do?
    Contact the division office to inquire for assistance.
    Making it easier for the teacher to go home
    Visit the college and take care of the damage sustained.
    Stay and relax at home
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  • Q7
    For the reason of saving time and money, the method of performing operations in the easiest and more orderly way is referred to as routine. What are the universal concepts governing operations?
    Production of sense in the products that should be used
    The creation of an intent or reason for the operation
    Disciplining inside the classroom with students
    Provision for adequate rehearsal and definite guidelines
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  • Q8
    When it deals closely with children's families, a children-friendly school is said to include families and the neighborhood. Are any of the school participation below but one?
    a. Consults with parents and welcomes their views on school policy and operations
    c. Works with parents to motivate their kids to practice what they learn in school at home.
    b. Periodic dialogues with parents on the academic success of their children
    d. It doesn't matter to parents if kids get adequate nutrients and are in good health
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  • Q9
    Your school invites parents to discuss the learning experiences and progress of their children with their teachers. What is the goal of a child-friendly school?
    Mobilise support from the community for education
    Enhancing the health and well-being of children
    Encourage completion and enrolment
    Ensuring high academic achievement and progress for children
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  • Q10
    The decentralization of decision-making power to schools is School Based Management. At the school level, school administrators, teachers, and students collaborate together to enhance school success with neighborhood leaders, city government, policymakers and other stakeholders. What is one of the targets? 1. Enabling each school to consistently enhance its performance Achieving the optimal results for learners 2. Lead the staff of the college, along with other stakeholders in Identify and resolve school challenges and issues that Affect the results of students;
    Statement 2 alone is sufficient, but to address the question, statement 1 alone is not adequate.
    Statement 1 alone is sufficient, but to address the question, statement 2 alone is not adequate. 
    To answer the question, both statements 1 and 2 are appropriate.
    To answer the question, each assertion alone is enough.
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  • Q11
    The process of directing and influencing group members' task-regulated activities is part of leadership. What particular principle is exemplified by this? 1. For the good of the organisation, leaders can do a lot. 2. In a variety of ways, leaders could influence subordinates 3. Leadership includes an equitable distribution of power between members of the group 4. Leadership allows other people to synergize with each other. A.1 and 2 respectively B. Two and Three C. Three and four * D. 1 and 4, respectively
    1 and 4
    1 and 2
    3 and 4
    2 and 3
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  • Q12
    The process of directing and influencing group members' task-regulated activities is part of leadership. What particular principle is exemplified by this? 1. For the good of the organisation, leaders can do a lot. 2. In a variety of ways, leaders could influence subordinates 3. Leadership includes an equitable distribution of power between members of the group 4. Leadership allows other people to synergize with each other.
    .1 and 2
    3 and 4
    2 and 3
    1 and 4
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  • Q13
    Strategies are major steps or major changes in the way an organization wants its vision, mission and goals to be achieved. What is required generally? 1. The presence of NGOs, LGUs and other outside stakeholders 2. The presence of students and teachers, their parents and People from the community are led by the head of the school.
    Statement 1 alone is sufficient but statement 2 alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
    Both statements 1 and 2 are sufficient to answer the question
    Statement 2 alone is sufficient but statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the question.
    Each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question
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  • Q14
    Strategy development is based on the organization's vision, mission, priorities, goals and core values / corporate values. What does it mean by strategy? 1. Strategy involves discovering the right path to accomplish one's own success. Objectives. 2. It means evaluating what is the best in the business by the top Management 3. This suggests bridging the chasm from where the business is Today and where it's going to be tomorrow. 4. It means that the risk of not taking this would compromise the Organization's priorities
    3 and 4
    1 and 3
    1 and 4
    .1 and 2
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  • Q15
    There is a recommended approach for doing Rational, Sequential and Analytical Policy Formulation in Dr. Armando A. Momo's Strategic Planning and Management model. The suggested technique should either start from the top (and go down to the bottom) or begin from the bottom (and goes up to the top). What of the above illustrates the right sequencing of the top to bottom system used?
    Vision- Mission- Objectives- Key Result Areas- Performance Indicators- Strategies
    Vision- Mission- Objectives- Performance Indicators - Key Result Areas- Strategies
    Vision- Mission- Key Result Areas - Objectives- Performance Indicators- Strategies
    Vision- Mission- Objectives- Key Result Areas- - Strategies- Performance Indicators
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  • Q16
    The school head is the conductor in a school environment. In what way can the head of the school becompared to a conductor of the orchestra?
    a. Visiting the school.
    d. He/she leads the school to develop and pursue academic goals to be achieved.
    b. He is an involved leader in the development of personnel.
    c. He mobilizes the society to establish collective accountability for students and the classroom.
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  • Q17
    This examines the mentality of learning leaders to take bold action to turn the school into a learning agency and create a learning-friendly school community and environment.
    The School Head as Chief Executive Officer
    The School Head as Instructional Leader
    The School Head as a Transformational Leader and Chief Learning Officer
    The School Head as Curriculum Leader
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  • Q18
    This is a transformational leadership-related action that inspires people to feel a positive identity and strong emotion for the leader.
    Idealized influence
    Intellectual stimulation
    Individualized consideration
    Inspirational Motivation
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  • Q19
    Which of the listed function/action describes a leader?
    Motivate people
    Diagnose and influence systems
    Plan and budget
    Emphasize system structures and function
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  • Q20
    A school principal's job is undoubtedly a difficult one. Too many groups, teachers in particular, have standards as to what school principals can deliver or accomplish. And what are they?
    High-principled and public-minded
    Capable of enforcing and controlling the policies of agencies
    In matters of justice and an inspiring model, the final arbiter
    A notch higher in information and an educational resource
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