Curriculum Development & Assessment Pedagogy MCQs

Pedagogy is the theory and practice of education, and how this influences the growth of learners/students. Pedagogy, taken as an academic discipline, is the study of how knowledge and skills are exchanged in an educational context, and it considers the interactions that take place during learning.

As we know that Education is a dynamic process. In this there is interaction between teacher and learner, and the whole interaction is oriented toward an goal. Teachers and learners are benefited and influenced by each other’s personality on the basis of pedagogy, and this effect is clearly oriented towards a particular direction. With the changing times, the entire educational cycle is dynamic. In what direction is its speed getting? Who is affected? This direction is aimed at pedagogy.

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Curriculum Development & Assessment  Pedagogy MCQs

51. Foundation/foundation of curriculum is/are:
Historical
Psychological
Economical
All of the above
Answer is All of the above

52. At school level curriculum is developed by:
Provincial Govt
Federal Govt.
University of Education
Textbook board
Answer is Provincial Govt

53. Psychomotor domain deals with
Intellectual abilities
Feelings
Practical skills
None of the above
Answer is Practical skills

54. Development of a learner is linked to:
cognitive development
Psychomotor development
Sensorimotor development
Effective development
Answer is Effective development

55. In experimental procedure of the content selection, the content is
selected by:
The opinion of the expert
The scientific pattern
Concerns of subject specialists
Analysis of experiences
Answer is Analysis of experiences

56. In the subject centered curriculum, the important element is:
Division of knowledge
Influence of social values
Mixing of activities
Psychomotor development
Answer is Division of knowledge

57. The objectives and structure of knowledge is determined by:
Philosophers
Psychologists
economists
Sociologists
Answer is Philosophers

58. Cognitive development is a process of:
Physical development
Sentimental development
Mental development
Structural development
Answer is Mental development

59. All those activities which are utilized by the schools in order to obtain
their objectives is called:
Syllabus
Curriculum
Evaluation
Course
Answer is Curriculum

60. A list of topics and subtopics given in a subject is called:
curriculum
Course
All of the above
attitudes and values
Answer is attitudes and values

61. Content includes
knowledge
Skills
Attitudes and values
All of the above
Answer is All of the above

62. Who is not the curriculum expert?
Hilda Taba
S.S. Shore
L.R. Cay
Murray Print
Answer is L.R. Cay

63. Cognitive theory is presented by:
Bloom
Thorndike
Jean Piaget
Erikson
Answer is Bloom

64. Goals provide guidance in selection of:
Activities
Means
Contents
Objective
Answer is Objective

65. Teaching and learning combines to make:
Curriculum
Instruction
Classroom
Syllabus
Answer is Curriculum

66. School wide outcomes may be classified under
Aims
Goals
Objectives
Goals and Objectives
Answer is Goals

67. The Curriculum is affected by the following factor:
Government
Religious group
Ideology of the nation
All of the above
Answer is All of the above

68. The term refer to the total process of designing implementing and
evaluating:
Curriculum Construction
Curriculum Development
Curriculum design
Curriculum implementation
Answer is Curriculum Development

69. Which of the evidences are used in formative evaluation of
curriculum:
Judgmental
Observational
Student learning
All of the above
Answer is ) All of the above

70. The nature of aims indicates that they are basically
None of the above
Operational
Practical
Philosophical
Answer is Philosophical

71. What type of curriculum is the syllabus?
Supportive
Recommended
Written
Ideal
Answer is Written

72. A school curriculum is best defined as:
All materials used to pupil activities
All materials and methods of instruction
The organized pupil experiences set by the school
The complete collection of courses of study
Answer is The organized pupil experiences set by the school

73. A curriculum is blue print or pip of the school that includes
experiences for the:
Teacher
Learner
Curriculum planner
Experts
Answer is Learner

74. If two or more methods are mixed up for teaching, the teaching
method will be known as:
Combined method
Mixed method
Eclectic method
None of these
Answer is Eclectic method

75. The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines curriculum as a:
Course of learning
Chariot race course
Course of study
Course of Education
Answer is Chariot race course

76. The model of curriculum could not move above elementary stage is:
Core curriculum
activity curriculum
Subject curriculum
None of these
Answer is activity curriculum

77. A curriculum is the sum total of a school’s t influence a child’s:
Personality
Attitude
Behaviors
action
Answer is Behaviors

78. Percentage of knowledge gained through observation/vision is:
75%
40%
50%
60%
Answer is 75%

79. The base on which the subject activities and experience are planned
is called:
lesson
Unit
Curriculum
Design
Answer is Design

80. Summative evaluation takes place:
In the beginning
In the middle
At the end
After regular inter
Answer is At the end

81. Education policy that gave equal weight to general science and
technical education was:
1972
1978
1992
1998
Answer is 1972

82. In planning and implementing curricula school makes its selection
from:
Culture
Region
Nation
Mass communication
Answer is Culture

83. Curriculum development refers to the total process of curriculum:
Designing
Implementing
Evaluating
All above
Answer is All above

84. Which one is not the component, of the Curriculum
Design
Contents
Objectives
Evaluation
Answer is Design

85. Effectiveness of curriculum is determined by:
Objective
Design
Method
Evaluation
Answer is Evaluation

86. The arrangement of the elements of curriculum can be can as:
Curriculum Foundation
Curriculum Design
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Construction
Answer is Curriculum Design

87. The main aim of education in Pakistan at primary and Secondary
level is attainment of student’s:
Abilities
Capacities
Potentialities
Capabilities
Answer is Abilities

88. The model of behavioral objectives of curriculum evaluation was
presented by:
Tyler
Stuffle beam
Hilda Taba
John Dewey
Answer is Tyler

89. The method used to evaluate the curriculum is:
Formative Evaluation
Summative Evaluation
Diagnostic Evaluation
a, b & c
Answer is a, b & c

90. When, What, Why & How, to teach is the main task of:
Educational philosophy
Educational psychology
Economics
History
Answer is Educational psychology

91. The forces that effect the development of curriculum are called:
Foundations of curriculum
Curriculum Design
Curriculum Evaluation
Elements of curriculum
Answer is Foundations of curriculum

92. Philosophical foundation of curriculum is concerned with:
Ideas
History
Economy
Contents
Answer is Ideas

93. Student’s needs and interests are important in
Historical foundation
Sociological foundation
Psychological foundation
Economical foundation
Answer is Psychological foundation

94. Psychological foundations of curriculum help curriculum developers
to understand the nature of:
Teacher
Content
learner
Ideas
Answer is learner

95. Sociological foundations are concerned with:
Idea
History
Socity
Economy
Answer is Socity

96. Subject Centered designs revolve around:
Learner
Social problems
Content
Social values
Answer is Content