Quiz ESE370: Learning & The Brain

Which of the following is the STRONGEST example of a salient stimulus?
(Points : 1)

 

[removed] A crowd of Asian people on a ferry.
[removed] A child in a crowd of people on a ferry.
[removed] A screaming child in a crowd of people on a ferry.
[removed] An Asian child in a crowd of people on a ferry.

 

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__________ memories need the increased strengthening of neural connections throughout the brain. (Points : 1)

 

[removed] Long-term
[removed] Short-term
[removed] Working
[removed] Reflexive

 

The author suggests that “authentic goals” are all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1)

 

[removed] goals that are clearly defined.
[removed] goals that are student-relevant.
[removed] goals that are required of the curriculum.
[removed] goals that are communicated after learning begins.

 

 

The separate regions of the brain that correspond to multisensory memory (of the same topic or event) are connected to one another by __________. (Points : 1)

 

[removed] synapses
[removed] amygdalas
[removed] myelin sheathes
[removed] dendrites

 

Jaqueline is part of a seventh-grade class where she feels safe, self-confident, and able to collaborate and participate even when mistakes are possible. What does this scenario most likely suggest? (Points : 1)

 

[removed] A perfectly adjusted student
[removed] An authoritarian teacher
[removed] A traditional class community
[removed] A positive class climate

 

In MOVES, the author created an acronym for five steps to strengthen multiple neural networks as students review for a test. Which step combines tactile and visual memory? (Points : 1)

 

[removed] Visualize
[removed] Say
[removed] Move
[removed] Enter

 

 

 

 

Carrie watches a YouTube video demonstrating centrifugal force. Then her physics teacher covers the topic in class. What is this type of preparation called? (Points : 1)

 

[removed] A flipped lesson
[removed] A think-aloud
[removed] Priming
[removed] Peer-teaching

 

Which of the following scenarios is the best example of inconsistency in an environmental pattern?
(Points : 1)

 

[removed] George hears birds and insects in the forest.
[removed] George hears intermittent fireworks on July 4th.
[removed] George hears an explosion at the mall.
[removed] George hears his dog bark at the delivery person.

 

What typically happens during a peer interview at the beginning of a school year? (Points : 1)

 

[removed] Two students who are good friends interview each other, then introduce their partner to the class.
[removed] Two students who are good friends alternatingly introduce themselves to the class.
[removed] Two students who do not know each other well interview each other, then introduce their partner to the class.
[removed] Two students who do not know each other well alternatingly introduce themselves to the class.

 

Sensory intake that is interpreted as an immediate threat is sent to the __________. (Points : 1)

 

[removed] frontal lobes
[removed] higher reactive brain
[removed] prefrontal cortex
[removed] lower reactive brain.

 

 

 
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