School Age Child Care Basics * Module 4 Quiz
Updated January 27, 2017
The learning outcomes, which have been established by Washington Department of Early Learning MERIT, require that the student demonstrate at minimum 70% proficiency in the stated student outcomes. Students must complete ALL assignments listed, including the required reading, discussion board topics, and assessments. Nothing is "optional," all work must be completed.
70% or better is required on this quiz.
If you do not achieve a passing score, return to the training and review Module 4 material then try the quiz again.
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Question 1 * 6 Points * True or False
a) (1) For a school age child, the major influences on both self-concept and self-esteem are school, friends and community (including the school age care setting).
Question 2 * 6 Points * True or False
b. (2) Confidentiality is an essential element of a trusting relationship between providers and families.
Question 3 * 6 Points * True or False
c. (3) In a high quality school age program, workers learn as much as possible about the child’s roles across all contexts so that they can help the child recognize and build upon his or her competencies.
Question 4 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
d. (4) What are common barriers families face that may make it difficult for some families to find and/or contact needed services?
a. Language differences
b. Cultural differences
c. Educational background
d. All of the above
Question 5 * 6 Points * True or False
e. (5) Developing relationships with families will give you insights into the children you work with that cannot be collected any other way.
Question 6 * 6 Points * True and False
f. (6) Working with families will only create barriers to delivering effective programming for the needs of the individual children you serve.
Question 7 * 6 Points * True or False
g. (7) Developing relationships with families can also help those children who are facing great differences between the contexts of school and home.
Question 8 * 6 Points * True or False
h. (8) Children live in many different “worlds” or contexts. Their community, family, cultural, peer and school or academic worlds all influence their growth and development. Research indicates that when these multiple worlds are integrated the learning from each circle of influence can reinforce and build on one another.
Question 9 * 6 Points * True or False
i. (9) For all children, school and home cultures are entirely homogenous, which allows all students to be completely successful at all times, regardless of the setting.
Question 10 * 6 Points * True or False
j. (10) The social context in which education occurs is often alien for poor and minority students. Consequently, such students are less likely to be attracted, motivated or involved in the learning situation than more privileged kids for whom school has a more obvious relationship to the total context of their lives.
Question 11 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
k. (11) What is one of the community services commonly needed by families of school age children?
Legal and insurance services
Housing, food, and social services
c. None of the above
d. All of the above
Question 12 * 6 Points * True or False
l. (12) Afterschool programs fall somewhere between the community and school worlds, serving children and their families and transitioning them between school and home. Afterschool programs, then, have a unique opportunity to serve as the bridge between a child’s multiple worlds, connecting their relevance and leading to greater academic success.
Question 13 * 6 Points * True or False
m. (13) The role of school-age child care programs is to extend the school day and duplicate teachers’ lesson plans.
Question 14 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
n. (14) Which of the following will not encourage a positive relationship between families and school age staff?
Acknowledging feelings expressed
b. Listening non-judgmentally
c. Welcoming families warmly
Providing expert advice
Question 15 * 6 Points * Multiple Choice
o. (15) The
step in creating a partnership with families is to:
a. Build parental self-esteem
d. None of the above
Question 16 * 5 Points * True or False
p. (16) A school-age child care program that works in partnership with families and school, valuing the expectations of each, can be held accountable to successes that will, in turn, support academic growth.
Question 17 * 5 Points * Multiple Choice
q. (17) Which is not a recommended response to an angry parent or family member?
a. Use active listening
b. Remain calm and professional
c. Suggest that they talk after the parent calms down
d. Let family finish speaking before responding
Updated January 27, 2017
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