End of Course Test: Principles of Pedagogy
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Which of the following is the meaning of Docendo Discimus?CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following principles of classical education means “make haste slowly”?CorrectIncorrect
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Education for lower-school students is largely what kind of an education?CorrectIncorrect
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When teaching students what we want them to know, it does not matter if they understand what they are doing. The student only needs to parrot back what is taught.CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is the meaning of the Latin maxim Festina Lente?CorrectIncorrect
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Multum Non Multa means which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
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How is memory connected to wonder?CorrectIncorrect
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What causes students to slow down, linger, and gaze at something?CorrectIncorrect
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Philosophy has its beginning in the experience of which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following intellectual vices can be described as the grave of the best gifts, because if human capacities are not used, they diminish?CorrectIncorrect
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According to A.G. Sertillanges, a student needs to create which of the following?CorrectIncorrect
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Mastery in an area allows students to think they can master learning in other areas because they have acquired an orderliness in learning which imparted fluency, capacity, and ability.CorrectIncorrect
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The ecclesial tradition should be kept separate from pedagogies in classical Christian schools so we do not confuse classroom learning with worship.CorrectIncorrect
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Teachers of students in grades K–6 should probably use singing as a pedagogical tool a great deal more than they feel comfortable doing so.CorrectIncorrect
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According to C.S. Lewis, the little human animal will at first have the right response. It does not need any training to cultivate affections.CorrectIncorrect
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When we look at the brilliant variety of the world, we have to try to organize and arrange the world so that our mind reflects what is really there in an intelligent way, so that it is not chaos. That is the intellect and what it does.CorrectIncorrect
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Our carnival-like world and desire for amusement aides us in practicing contemplation.CorrectIncorrect
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Sound, light, color, the presence of teachers, and lunchtime atmosphere can all be considered when thinking about cultural liturgies that form students.CorrectIncorrect
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Which of the following is the goal of the teacher in classical education?CorrectIncorrect
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In 500 to 600 words, describe the connections between two or more of the principles presented in this course, and how these principles promote an education that ends in wisdom.
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