TRCN PQE Computer Based Test in Child Friendly Schools: Theory and Practice
The TRCN PQE for Child Friendly Schools draws questions from topics ranging from the following:
Definition of Child Friendly Schools
Concept, principles, and models of Child Friendly Schools
Child Friendly Schools standards and indicators for teacher education
Policies in Nigeria that promote Child Friendly Schools
Assessment of teaching in Child Friendly Schools
The Teachers' Professional Qualifying Examination is a Computer Based Test (CBT). Practice with the sample past questions below and determine how well you have prepared for the exam
In learner friendly schools, the following relationship pattern exist in class. chf26
A. There is a master-servant relationship in teaching and learning.
B. There is a measure of equality in expression of views.
C. The teacher should not challenge the students’ views and vice versa.
D. Learners’ views are paramount.
The child learns better through which of the following? chf27
C. Interaction with the environment
A teacher’s lesson plan will fail especially at what stage if not properly handled? chf28
A. Preparation stage
B. Implementation stage
C. Introduction stage
D. Examination stage
A teacher’s role in early childhood education is — chf29
A. to teach the child.
B. discipline the child.
C. to direct the child.
D. impact knowledge.
Pestalozzi’s principle can be summarised as — chf30
A. the voice and attitude of the learner affect the teacher.
B. the voice and attitude of the teacher affect the learner.
C. the voice and attitude of the learner does not affect the teacher.
D. the voice and attitude of the teacher does not affect the learner.
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Learners can identify indoctrination when — chf13
A. knowledge is presented with intention to prevent learners from asking questions or considering alternatives.
B. knowledge is not practical.
C. knowledge is not from teachers.
D. knowledge is moral instructions.
Which of the following is not a limitation of the lecture method? chf15
A. The lecture method involves a one-way communication.
B. Information received from lecture fades away rapidly if not rehearsed.
C. Students perception of what is said from their lecture notes is often inaccurate.
D. It gives a large body of information in a short time.