School-Age Child Care Basics * Module 1 * Quiz
The learning outcomes, which have been established by Washington Dept. of Early Learning MERIT, require that the student demonstrate at minimum a 70% proficiency in the stated student outcomes. Students must complete ALL assignments listed, including the required reading, discussion board topics, and assessments. Nothing is "
", all work must be done.
70% or better is required on this quiz.
If you do not achieve a passing score, return to the training and review Module 1 material then try the quiz again.
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Question 1 - 6 points * True or False
a. (1) Piaget asserted that child/adolescent development is linear, meaning that a person cannot progress to the third or fourth stage without first passing through the first and second.
Question 2 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
b. (2) We need to begin embracing differences by exploring our own ____________________ in relation to equality and diversity.
Question 3 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
c. (3) Our attitudes and values ________________ the children in our care.
e. Are nice for
Question 4 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
d. (4) Which of the following are not one of Piaget’s four stages?
a. Cognitive Resonance
c. Concrete operational
d. Formal operational
Question 5 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
e. (5) _____________ patterns and expectations are sometimes spoken aloud, but very often are demonstrated, and “taught” to the child through modeled behavior they observe from the adults in their lives.
Question 6 * 6 Points * True or False
f. (6) Erikson proposed that people develop in social contexts, and characterized the stages that their development takes in terms of primary crises that are worked on, or primary questions to be sorted out.
Question 7 * 6 Points * True or False
g. (7) Erikson theorizes that children 7-12 years of age develop in terms of “Industry vs. inferiority. Am I good at what I do?”
Question 8 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
h. (8) Not all materials produced for children are ___________________________.
Question 9 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
i. (9) Before sharing data about a child, consider why this information is important to you. Ask ________________ whether this information will be important to the child’s family in the same ways.
a. A friend
b. The child
c. A co-worker
e. The licensor
Question 10 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
j. (10) Staff members can build strong ___________________ with families by listening for these emotions and working with families to understand them.
d. Committee groups
Question 11 * 6 Points * True or False
k. (11) Culture is an integrated pattern of knowledge, beliefs and behavior that weave a group of people together.
Question 12 * 6 Points * True or False
l. (12) It is important that young children develop a positive sense of their own identity.
Question 13 * 6 Points * True or False
m. (13) Providers can help children to develop respect and appreciation for people with ideas and experiences that are different from their own.
Question 14 * 6 Points * True or False
n. (14) Culture includes only the things we see, hear, experience.
Question 15 * 6 Points * True or False
0. (15) Neither the WACs nor Washington State Competencies for School-age Care Professionals provide guidance on issues of accepting differences in children and families.
Question 16 * 5 Points * True or False
p. (16) There are many types of learning materials that can help increase children’s awareness of other people and to be more comfortable with their own identity.
Question 17 * 5 Points * True or False
q. (17) Staff members can build strong partnerships with families by listening for these emotions and working with families to understand them.
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