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TEL 431

L2: Quiz
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This quiz is open note and is not timed. This quiz is comprehensive and covers information from all readings in this lesson overview and learning materials page, including the one that is embedded into the L2 Activity template.
Question 1
1 / 1 pts
Andragogy is a theory that suggests adults learn best through

  • artifact analysis.
  • explanations and examples.
  • approaches that are problem-based and collaborative.
  • didactic

Question 2
1 / 1 pts
Intrinsic motivation, according to Daniel Pink,

  • is less useful that extrinsic motivation.
  • is a combination of autonomy, master, and purpose.
  • is an aspect of self that is oftentimes overlooked.
  • is seldom considered in standards-based movements.

Question 3
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Andragogy is to helping adults learn, as ___________ is to helping children learn.

  • drill and practice
  • pedagogy
  • podiatry
  • directed instruction
  • none of the above

Question 4
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Engaging in projects or tasks that are related to one's interests is a good way to address the learning needs of adults.

  • True
  • False

Question 5
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Reviewing goals is a good way to address the learning needs of adults.

  • True
  • False

Question 6
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Life experiences help adult learners to

  • apply what they learned to new situations.
  • be better problem solvers.
  • examine biases and habits and create new understandings.
  • All of the above.
  • Some of the above.

Question 7
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Practical field experiences are not relevant to adult learners because they don't need first-hand experiences in order to apply learning to work contexts.

  • True
  • False

Question 8
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Those supporting adult learners can maximize learning opportunities by _________ as a regarded colleague with life experiences.

  • trusting them
  • listening to them
  • sharing resources with them
  • respecting them

Question 9
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According to a study by Guglielmo, self-direction should be fostered because it is our most natural way to learn, and because it allows individuals to

  • keep updated in this fast-paced modern world.
  • take risks and innovate.
  • develop their leadership skills.
  • examine challenges more critically and reflectively.

Question 10
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Guglielmo says that when learning methods instill conformity, obedience, and memorization of content, learners, who are naturally self-directed, become other-directed.

  • True
  • False

Question 11
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If it is true that learning approaches should reflect an accurate vision of the future, and we desire our future to reflect 21st-century ideals, then ___________ should be the desired approach to professional learning.

  • lecturing
  • self-directed learning
  • presenting facts and relevant professional practices
  • all of the above

Question 12
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According to Guglielmino, lifelong, self-directed learning is not an option; it is a necessity. This is because

  • new information is produced at an unprecedented rate.
  • technology developments
  • globalization
  • instant, world-wide communications
  • global competition
  • rapid change
  • all of the above
  • some of the above

Question 13
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The ability to learn on one's own is not just nice or desirable; it is a ______________ for living in the 21st century.

  • well-known limitation
  • basic human competence
  • common practice

Question 14
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With the rapid pace of information generation and change in professional practice, human resource units can no longer keep up with designing training to ensure all individuals remain cutting edge. Instead, they serve in the roles of

  • Leader, mentor, strategist, and resource for learning
  • Researcher and data analyst
  • Facilitator and incubator of best practices
  • Knowledge originator and archive

Question 15
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Guglielmino claims that while some are naturals at self-directed learning, even to the extent that they will overcome obstacles, others need assistance in

  • accessing appropriate resources for their learning endeavors.
  • finding mentors who can guide them.
  • developing the skills and attitudes needed
  • All of the above.

Question 16
1 / 1 pts
According to Tassarini, the following are essential components of learner autonomy (mark all that apply):

  • an affective and a motivational component (feelings, emotions, willingness, motivation)
  • a cognitive and metacognitive component (cognitive and metacognitive knowledge, awareness, learners' beliefs)
  • a social component (learning and negotiating learning with partners, advisors, teachers )
  • an action-oriented component (skills, learning behaviors, decisions)

Question 17
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The ability to __________ is superordinate to all other components in Tassarini's model for learner autonomy.

  • "initiate meaningful partnerships"
  • "reflect about learning"
  • "manage my own learning"

Question 18
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Tassarini's method helps learners focus on their own needs and goals.

  • True
  • False

Question 19
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Dealing with feelings _______ an important component of Tassarini's model.

  • is
  • is not
  • is sometimes
  • is never

Question 20
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Even though Tassarini's model is dynamic, it relies on the learner reflecting on discrete categories.

  • True
  • False

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