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Positive Climates

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1.  Which of the following indicators would likely be exhibited in a positive climate in the early childhood setting?
  1. Positive affect
  2. Empathy
  3. Sensitivity
  4. All of the above
2.  Which of the following should be included in conversations in a positive classroom environment?
  1. Academic content only
  2. Social content only
  3. Both academic and social content
  4. None of the above
3.  When a student seeks help in an upsetting situation and the teacher quickly responds and attempts to resolve the issue, which of the following is this an example of?
  1. Verbal affection
  2. Physical affection
  3. Teacher sensitivity
  4. Student sensitivity
4.  Which instructional setting is best for fostering relationships in the classroom?
  1. Whole group
  2. Small group
  3. Independent
  4. None of the Above
5.  If a student is upset that he cannot play in the kitchen center, which of the following should the teacher do?
  1. Ask the child to take a time out
  2. Choose where the child goes to play instead
  3. Model empathy and show concern for the upset student
  4. Send the child to another classroom
6.  Which of the following are indicators of positive relationships in the classroom?
  1. Eye contact
  2. Respect
  3. Active listening
  4. All of the above
7.  Which of the following should a teacher do in order for a classroom to exhibit the culture of positive climate with strongly developed relationships?
  1. Be seated at their desks
  2. Take time away from student interactions to prepare materials
  3. Take time away from student interactions to converse with other teachers
  4. Display physical proximity to students and be actively engaged during lessons, discussions, and play periods.
8.  Which of the following is a preliminary component to a positive behavior management system?
  1. A time out chair
  2. A behavior chart
  3. Engagement
  4. Boredom
9.  Which of the following describes the primary function of a successful positive behavior chart?
  1. Focus on losing points
  2. Be used as the only behavior management tool
  3. Focus only on gaining points for positive behaviors
  4. Mainly be used to show parents their child's behavior
10.  Within a successful behavior management system, which of the following should teachers do?
  1. Respectfully discuss and redirect misbehaviors
  2. Focus on positive behaviors
  3. Proactively remind students of positive expectations
  4. All of the above

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