CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN EDUCATION: POLICIES, REFORMS, PROGRAMMES AND INTERVENTIONS (OBJ)
- A plan to solve educational problem can be referred to as ——-
Ans- Educational policy
- Education system that ensures equal access to education is referred to as ——-
- Benefits that individuals and society derive from education may be referred to as —-
Ans- Externalities of education
- Experimental JSS started in which year—–
- Teacher training colleges became colleges of education in which year
- Government started paying salaries to teachers in which year —–
- Which Education Programme was introduced in 1995?
- Before the introduction of BECE, which examination was used to select and place student into secondary schools—-
Ans- CEE (Common Entrance Examination)
- A teacher who breaks service may re-enter the service by applying for
- A teacher who was absent from school without permission for more than 10 working days is said to have —-
Ans- Vacated post
- A Teacher returning from Secondment can apply for
Ans – Re-engagement
- The double – track system of Education can be described as —–
Ans- Policy Intervention
- In which year was KG made to be part of the mainstream?
- A Special School Programme was introduced in 1964. Name it —-
Ans- Continuation School
- As one of the indicators, the number of students who gain employment or become self-employed at the end of schooling is called —-
Ans – Market Outcome
- Achievements in terms of knowledge, skills and values acquired at the end of schooling is referred to as ——-
Ans– Educational Outcome
- The transfer of a teacher within the district called ——
Ans –Intra –District Transfer
- Educational reform which causes a complete change in the content and structure is referred to as —- reform
- How many Ps affect every educational system
Ans – 4
- Education system which ensures education for all is described as—————educational system
- The 1951 educational reforms allowed students to stay in school from primary to tertiary level for maximum of how many years?
- Which centre in the KG classroom allows pupils to practice writing with ease?
- Livelihood Employment Against Poverty (LEAP) was introduced under president –
Ans – H.E.J.A. Kuffour
- One of the aims of introducing the capitation grant in basic schools is to –
- ———— was an educational Programme introduced to ensure the use of bilingual approach to teaching aid learning at the early grades.
SCHOOL/CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT, INTRODUTION TO THEORIES OF LEARNING, ASSESSMENT AND EVALUTION (OBJ)
- The science of human behavior which is influenced by biological and environmental factors is called —-
Ans – Psychology
- Understanding the culture of the people can be achieved through the study of which subject/discipline
Ans – Sociology
- Which area of study informs teachers that children are generally curious
Ans – Psychology
- The application of scientific knowledge to satisfy human needs can be referred to as —-
Ans – Technology
- Which field of study in teacher training colleges deals with children who are gifted and partially blind —
Ans – Special Education
- The licensing of teachers is the responsibility of which agency—-
Ans – National Teaching Council
- Sports and games and general cleaning in the dormitories can be referred to as what?
Ans – Co-curricular activities
- Which temporary skills of a teacher is connected to self-control and love for the child.
- Textbooks, Headteacher’s Handbook and the syllabus are referred to as — materials
Ans – Curriculum
- Generally, children begin to form conscience at which age—
- Group work and peer teaching can be referred to as which method of teaching —-
- Power point presentation skills can be acquired at Teacher Training schools through the study of—-
- Which school activities can help to unearth hidden talents in children—–?
Ans- Co-curricular activities
- The internal authority that regulates and governs the behavior of a person is called——
- Which theory states that the mind of a new born baby is blank?
Ans –Tabular Raza
- The systematic growth of the body structures including the brain and the nervous system is called——
Ans – Maturation
- The process of acquiring knowledge, skills and value through some stages is called—
- The application of knowledge acquired through learning may be referred to as —-
- Who propounded the Stimulus –Response -Reward theory —–?
Ans- B.F. Skinner
- The syllabus designed and produced by WAEC is called—-
Ans –Examination syllabus
- From 2008, which agency has taken over the responsibilities of CRDD?
- An outline of the day –to – day schedule of activities of a class is referred to as ——
Ans – Time Table
- Who advocated that every child was born with Language Acquisition Device?
Ans – Noam Chomsky
- Teachers should avoid discrimination and negative comments in class because children are —-
- The assessment of a learner continuously over a period of time is referred to as ——
Ans – Formative Assessment.
EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
(Additional Areas for Applicants for Deputy Director Grade)
Applicant should read on the following topics and make personal notes
- Governance in Education
- The meaning and available structures
- Composition and functions of governing bodies
- What form does the account take and why account should be given to selected people and groups?
- Management in Education
- The meaning and management levels
- The resources, policies and relevant laws and how they are being managed.
- Other activities involved in management such as planning, Organizing, Controlling and Evaluation.
- Administration in Education
- The meaning and what makes it different from management.
- Recruitment and training of human resources.
- Meaning and qualities of a leader
- Leadership styles (merits and demerits)
- How is leadership different from management?
- Monitoring and supervision
- Meaning and types
- What activities are involved?
- The 3 main categories of personnel in the teaching profession.
- The 3 basic management tools available to school Heads /managers /Director to ensure that workers do their work well.
- The other tools available to monitor and ensure harmony in school activities.
- The main concerns of managers/school Heads/ Directors.
- What resources are being managed by school Heads/Directors/Managers?
- The main principles that guide every organization /establishment.
- Important record books that are being kept in Headmaster/Headteachers office and their basic uses.
- Legislations /laws which are needed to manage financial resource in the educational sector.
- What activities are involved in human resource management?
- The concept of Authority in the GES
- The meaning and GES officers in positions of authority
- What role (3 to 4) that officers in position of authority play in the Education sector.
- The ultimate source of power for all officers in position of authority in the GES.
- Acts of financial malfeasance in the GES
- Misapplication of fund
- Embezzlement of fund
- Misappropriation of fund
- Major features of Education Act 2008, Act 778
- Major features /characteristics of a profession
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