Professional Education 002 LET Reviewer

Educational Psychology (Professional Education) LET Reviewer 2019. This review material for 2019 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) covers various topics in Educational Psychology such as Freudian Psychoanalytic Theory, Erikson’s Psychosocial Development, and other learning theories. Try answering these questions and do further research to verify whether your answers are correct. You may also submit your answers to for further feedback.

  1. According to Sigmund Freud, the main proponent of Psychoanalytic Theory, the superego is mainly concerned with the:
    • Resolution of conflict within the self
    • Idea of right and wrong
    • Finding of greater satisfaction
    • Development of healthy psyche
  2. All of the following shows respect of individual differences EXCEPT:
    • Treating all learners alike in the classroom
    • Giving greater attention to gifted learners
    • Providing a variety of learning activities
    • Preparing modules for slow learners
  3. According to Erikson, identity and role confusion occur during:
    • Elementary Years
    • College Years
    • High School Years
    • Pre-school Years
  4. During the height of anger, the _______operates according to Freud.
    • Ego
    • Id and Ego
    • Superego
    • Id
  5. According to Erikson, a child who is cold towards the people around him might have failed to attain what basic goal based on psychosocial development?
    • Autonomy
    • Initiative
    • Trust
    • Mistrust
  6. When a boy of 5 years shows extreme attachment to his mother, he is likely to be undergoing what stage of psychosexual development?
    • Oedipus Complex
    • Phallic Stage
    • Latency Stage
    • Pre-genital Stage
  7. Freud: Sexual in Nature ::   Erikson:
    • Social
    • Physical
    • Cultural
    • Biological
  8. It is a type of learning that focuses on the understanding of world through the senses and muscles.
    • Cognitive
    • Psychomotor
    • Affective
    • Holistic
  9. It refers to the progressive series of changes of an orderly coherent type leading to maturation.
    • Development
    • Cephalocaudal
    • Growth
    • Proximodistal
  10. It refers to the quantitative changes in an individual as he progresses in chronological age.
    • Development
    • Cephalocaudal
    • Growth
    • Proximodistal
  11. Providing variety of learning activities to students is a characteristic of a teacher who understands the principle of:
    • Reward as a potential means of increasing the participation
    • Proactive teaching as a modern technique of teaching
    • Facilitating learning with emphasis on individual differences
    • Allowing the students to be exposed to various teaching techniques
  12. A child receives a STAR STAMP after correctly completing his task. The child always tries to complete all tasks correctly for him to have a stamp once again. What is being shown?
    • Associative Learning
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Classical Conditioning
    • Pavlovian Conditioning
  13. Metacognition is primarily characterized by:
    • Recalling the past lesson
    • Formulating hypothesis
    • Visualizing in advance
    • Thinking about their thinking
  14. His best contribution to the world of education is the 3 laws of learning(effect, readiness,exercise).
    • Rosseau `
    • Thorndike
    • Pavlov
    • Bandura
  15. He is generally considered as the father of modern education.
    • Collins
    • Aristotle
    • Comenius
    • Hagel
  16. Peter, an 8 year-old boy announced in front of his class, “let us not cheat because this is what our conscience is telling us.” Peter’s moral stage is most likely in:
    • Pre-conventional
    • Post conventional
    • Conventional
    • Between Pre-conventional and Conventional
  17. An adolescent exhibits what common characteristics?
    • Reasonable and Secure
    • Slow but Steady Physical Growth
    • Feels Intense Emotions and Sense of Disequilibrium
  18. For Teacher Kristine, to promote fairness among her students of diverse gender, family background and culture, she should ensure a learning environment that is:
    • Inclusive
    • Secure
    • Gender-sensitive
    • All of the Above
  19. Gabrielle is the most admired preschool teacher in her school. Which among the following can best explain her being a good teacher?
    • She adheres to the want of the parents for their children.
    • She manages to instill control of her students.
    • She endeavors all the projects of the school for her students.
    • She gives easy exams to her students.
  20. When the teacher makes his students feel that he knows what he is talking about, he is showing:
    • Referent Power
    • Expert Power
    • Legitimate Power
    • Philosophical Power