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EDCI Final
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07/24/2012

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1. Information gained from assessment using the Personality Spectrum and Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences theory, your learning style profile can help you:
a. Explore who you are.
b. Take better notes.
c. Interact more effectively with others.
d. All of the above.
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2. Which student has the best learning style?
a. Factual learners who are good with data and detailed experimentation have a learning advantage.
b. Linear learners who learn in a logical, ordered progression have a learning advantage.
c. Different learning styles are suited to different situations. There is no one ”best” way to learn.
d. None of the above.
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3. Howard Gardner defines an intelligence as an ability to:
a. use the physical body skillfully and to take in knowledge through bodily sensation.
b. understand one’s own behavior and feelings.
c. relate to others, noticing their moods, motivations, and feelings.
d. solve problems or fashion products that are useful in a particular cultural setting or community.
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4. According to the Personality Spectrum, what is NOT a primary characteristic of an Organizer?
a. Practical.
b. Creative.
c. Dependability.
d. Loyalty.
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5. What is “bodily-kinesthetic ability”?
a. The ability to use the physical body skillfully and take in knowledge through bodily sensation.
b. The ability to excel at sports.
c. The ability to use verbal language well in communication.
d. The ability to comprehend charts, graphs, and other visual images.
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6. What information can you learn about yourself and how you can maximize your functioning at school by completing the Personality Spectrum developed by Joyce Bishop?
a. You can learn what classes to avoid.
b. You can understand how your personality was developed.
c. You can develop suitable learning techniques for your learning style.
d. None of the above.
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7. Shannon’s most developed intelligences are naturalistic and bodily-kinesthetic. What probably would be the worst career choice for her based on these abilities?
a. Landscaper.
b. Telemarketer.
c. Yoga instructor.
d. Massage therapist.
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8. Ali has a strong interpersonal intelligence. He enjoys history class but does not like memorizing facts and repetition. What would be a good study strategy for Ali?
a. Think of concepts, interpretations or theories that link facts together.
b. Use flash cards with a study group.
c. Create a rhythm out of the words.
d. Review notes outside on a park bench.
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9. If you are a “Giver” personality type, what learning style would be least helpful?
a. Participating in a study group.
b. Picking classes that relate to people.
c. Studying alone.
d. Tutoring another student.
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10. According to Howard Gardner, an assessment obtaining information about a person’s skills and _____________________________(or abilities that may be developed) will provide useful feedback to a person that can help build and strengthen their intelligences.
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11. _____________________ intelligence is the ability to understand one’s own behavior and feelings.
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12. The way an instructor presents material can be called his or her _________________ ____________________.
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13. __________________-________________ intelligence is the ability to perceive and create images.
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14. A _____________________ ______________________ is a neurological disorder that interferes with one’s ability to store, process, and produce information.
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15. ________________-_______________ intelligence is the ability to reason and solve problems; they see scientific and numerical patterns, sequences, and relationships.
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1. Gathering information requires a careful analysis of all the following except:
a. How much information you need.
b. Your own personal perspectives and assumptions.
c. How much time to spend locating information.
d. Whether the information is relevant.
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2. _______________________ is a characteristic way of thinking about people, situations, events, and ideas.
a. Bias
b. Assumptions
c. Critique
d. Perspective
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3. ________________________ are judgments, generalizations, or biases influenced by experience and values.
a. Assumptions
b. Perspectives
c. Theories
d. Qualifiers
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4. Statements of opinion include all of the following EXCEPT:
a. Value judgments.
b. Abstract words that are hard to define.
c. Concrete words or measurable statistics.
d. Absolute qualifiers.
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5. Information that leans in a particular direction or has been influenced by a point of view is:
a. analyzed.
b. assumed.
c. clarified.
d. biased.
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6. An example of an absolute qualifier would be:
a. All.
b. Some.
c. Many.
d. Sometimes.
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7. _________________________ means deciding whether an idea or a piece of information is good or bad, important or unimportant, right or wrong.
a. Logic.
b. Evaluation.
c. Bias.
d. Clarification.
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8. Advertising agencies often employ what creative-thinking strategy to come up with catchy jingles and effective ad campaigns?
a. Analogy.
b. Hypothesis.
c. Brainstorming.
d. Assessment.
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9. ______________________ intelligence is the set of personal and social competencies that involve knowing yourself, mastering your feelings, and developing social skills.
a. Successful
b. Emotional
c. Multiple
d. Divergent
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10. _______________________ generally requires a focus on coming up with possible solutions and aims to remove or counteract negative effects.
a. Decision making
b. Problem solving
c. Brainstorming
d. Hypothesizing
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11. In _______________________, the choices are often determined and you are trying to fulfill a need.
a. decision making
b. problem solving
c. brainstorming
d. hypothesizing
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12. To develop the best solutions and decisions, successful thinkers need ____________, __________________, and _______________ thinking skills.
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13. ___________________ thinking—also known as critical thinking—is the process of gathering information, analyzing it in different ways, and evaluating it for the purpose of gaining understanding, solving a problem, or making a decision.
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14. ____________________thinking is generating new ideas that often go against conventional wisdom and may bring about change.
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15. Letting your mind free-associate to come up with different ideas or answers is referred to as _______________________.
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5. Information that leans in a particular direction or has been influenced by a point of view is:
a. analyzed.
b. assumed.
c. clarified.
d. biased.
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6. An example of an absolute qualifier would be:
a. All.
b. Some.
c. Many.
d. Sometimes.
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7. _________________________ means deciding whether an idea or a piece of information is good or bad, important or unimportant, right or wrong.
a. Logic.
b. Evaluation.
c. Bias.
d. Clarification.
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8. Advertising agencies often employ what creative-thinking strategy to come up with catchy jingles and effective ad campaigns?
a. Analogy.
b. Hypothesis.
c. Brainstorming.
d. Assessment.
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9. ______________________ intelligence is the set of personal and social competencies that involve knowing yourself, mastering your feelings, and developing social skills.
a. Successful
b. Emotional
c. Multiple
d. Divergent
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10. _______________________ generally requires a focus on coming up with possible solutions and aims to remove or counteract negative effects.
a. Decision making
b. Problem solving
c. Brainstorming
d. Hypothesizing
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11. In _______________________, the choices are often determined and you are trying to fulfill a need.
a. decision making
b. problem solving
c. brainstorming
d. hypothesizing
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12. To develop the best solutions and decisions, successful thinkers need ____________, __________________, and _______________ thinking skills.
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13. ___________________ thinking—also known as critical thinking—is the process of gathering information, analyzing it in different ways, and evaluating it for the purpose of gaining understanding, solving a problem, or making a decision.
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14. ____________________thinking is generating new ideas that often go against conventional wisdom and may bring about change.
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15. Letting your mind free-associate to come up with different ideas or answers is referred to as _______________________.
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