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Most important Pedagogy MCQs with Answers for Online Test Preparation

1: Leadership is the ability to ________ and lead a group of people or an organization.

  • a) Influence 
  • b) Compel 
  • c) Organize 
  • d) Manage

a) Influnce

2: Leader is the one in the charge who convinces other people to _________.

  • a) Obey 
  • b) Follow
  • c) Respect 
  • d) Love

b) Follow

3: Autocratic leadership is also known as:

  • a) Authoritative Leadership 
  • b) Democratic Leadership 
  • c) Authoritarian Leadership 
  • d) Laisses Faire Leadership

c) Authoritarian Leadership

4: Autocrate is a person ruling with ________authority.

  • a) Unlimited
  • b) Limited
  • c) Controlled 
  • d) Willing

a) Unlimited

5: “Do AS I Say”  command is related to:

  • a) Democratic Leadership 
  • b) Pace Setting Style
  • c) Coaching Style
  • d) Autocratic Leadership

d) Authoratic Leadership

6: Least Restrictive environment is used in __ ______.

  • a) Technical Education 
  • b) Vocational Education 
  • c) Special Education 
  • d) Adult Education

c) Special Education

7: Truancy is the action of _________.

  • a) Staying away from school
  • b) Attending the school
  • c) Attendance 
  • d) None of these

a) Staying away from school

8: The founder of British rule in India was:

  • a) Lord Hasting 
  • b) Lord Clive 
  • c) Lord Rippon 
  • d) Lord Macaulay

b) Lord Clive

9: The curriculum in which learning in one lesson, topic or subject prepares students for the next lesson, topic, subject or grade is ________ curriculum.

  • a) Horizontal 
  • b) Logical 
  • c) Vertical 
  • d) None of these

c) Vertical

10: The curriculum alignment in which the same grade level teaches a different subject is _______.

  • a) Horizontal 
  • b) Vertical 
  • c) Logical 
  • d) All of these

a) Horiontal

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11: Curriculum reflects the culture of _________.

  • a) class 
  • b) school
  • c) home 
  • d) society

d) society

12: What can not be thought, can not be real is according to:

  • a) Realism
  • b) Idealism
  • c) Naturalism 
  • d) Existentialism

b) Idealism

13: Desirable models of behaviors of a society are called __________.

  • a) Ethics 
  • b) Morals
  • c) Spirit
  • d) Value

d) Value

14: Who said, ” Knowledge is Virtue”?

  • a) Socrates 
  • b) Plato 
  • c) Aristotle
  • d) Al-Ghazali

a) Socrates

15: “Learning to do by doing” is education according to:

  • a) John Dewey 
  • b) Anne Sullivan
  • c) Skinner
  • d) Maslow

a) John Dewey

16: The basic source of educational objectives is _________.

  • a) Human experience 
  • b) Psychology 
  • c) Philosophy 
  • d) Profession 

a) Human Experience

17: The primary responsibility for determining the aims of education should be:

  • a) Students 
  • b) Parents 
  • c) Society 
  • d) Teachers

c) Society

18: Explanation is the ________ definition of a term.

  • a) Short 
  • b) Lengthy 
  • c) Descriptive 
  • d) Narrative

c) Descriptive

19: Realism was a reaction to __________.

  • a) Idealism 
  • b) Spiritualism 
  • c) Naturalism 
  • d) Religion

a) Idealism

20: Which British education policy is known as a warrant of slavery?

  • a) Woods dispatch policy
  • b) Lord Macaulay report 
  • c) Sergeant report
  • d) Sadely Commission 

a) Woods dispatch policy

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21: An autocratic leader believes that He/She knows ______ than others.

  • a) More
  • b) Less
  • c) Equal 
  • d) Less or equal

a) More

22: Darse Nizami was launched at the time of emperor of:

  • a) Akbar 
  • b) Shah Jehan 
  • c) Hamayun 
  • d) Babar

c) Hamayun

23: The literal meaning of curriculum is__________.

  • a) Path
  • b) Light 
  • c) Education 
  • d) Height

a) Path

24: A ______ thinks that education is a process which leads to the formation of character.

  • a) Idealist
  • b) Realist 
  • c) Spiritualist
  • d) Moralist

d) Moralist

25: The objectives of any school subject must be _________.

  • a) Teacher derived 
  • b) The basic for contents and class activities 
  • c) General in nature 
  • d) Subject matter

b) The basic …

26: The goal of education should be _________.

  • a) Getting a certificate 
  • b) Mastery 
  • c) Training 
  • d) Acquiring knowledge, skills, habits

d) Acquiring ..

27: What is the foundation of which comes the objectives of education?

  • a) Philosophy 
  • b) Psychology 
  • c) Curriculum 
  • d) Evaluation

a) Phillosophy

28: Who established Madrasa Nizamia in Baghdad?

  • a) Khawja Nizam Ul Mulk 
  • b) Walid Bin Abdul Malik
  • c) Hijaj Bin Yousaf 
  • d) Abdul Malik Bin Marwan

a) Khawja Nizam Ul Mulk

29: The concept of prohibited knowledge was first presented by:

  • a) Shah Wali Ullah 
  • b) Ibne Khuldoon 
  • c) Imam Ghazali 
  • d) Allama Muhammad Iqbal

c) Imam Ghazali

30: Who said, ” Man is forced to learn”?

  • a) Ibne e Khaldoon 
  • b) Al -Ghazali 
  • c) Ibne-e-Rushd 
  • d) Allam Iqbal

a) Ibne e Khaldoon

Teaching Methods and Techniques MCQs

31: Who said, “Instruction in a foreign language is half instruction”?

  • a) Pastalozi 
  • b) B.F Skinner 
  • c) Socrates 
  • d) John Dewey 

d) John Dewey

32: Avicenna has divided knowledge into _____ broad categories.

  • a) Two 
  • b) Three
  • c) Four
  • d) Five

b) Three

33: Who holds that the sixth sense is a supervisor form of intellect?

  • a) Avicenna 
  • b) Ibne Khaldoon 
  • c) Al Ghazali 
  • d) Allama Muhammad Iqbal

a) Avicenna

34: The chief source for the accomplishment of the aim of education is:

  • a) Curriculum 
  • b) Evaluation 
  • c) Assessment
  • d) Pedagogy 

a) Curriculum

35: The process of the curriculum is _________.

  • a) dynamic 
  • b) stationary 
  • c) changeable 
  • d) constant

a) dynamic

36: The word curriculum is derived from the Latin word ___________.

  • a) Currere
  • b) Cureer 
  • c) Curricum 
  • d) Culum

a) Currere

37: Thorndike was the first to apply psychological principles to the area of _________.

  • a) Learning 
  • b) Curriculum 
  • c) Test 
  • d) Measurement

a) Learning

38: Theory of anxiety is related to ________.

  • a) Skinner 
  • b) Miller 
  • c) Maslow 
  • d) Freud

d) Freud

39: Mulla Nizam Ul Din Sihalvi presented the famous curriculum __________.

  • a) Sunnah 
  • b) Fiqha
  • c) Darse-e-Nizami
  • d) Logic

c) Darse-e-Nizami

40: Which of the following was the chief concern of Dars-e-Nizami?

  • a) Fiqh
  • b) Hadith 
  • c) Philosophy and Logic
  • d) Quran

c) Philosophy and Logic

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