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Praxis Gifted Education (5358): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following learner outcomes and student expectations would best encourage gifted students' interest and participation in a unit on U.S. government?

Question 2 2. The inclusion delivery model of instruction involves grouping gifted students with their non-gifted peers. How can classroom teachers in schools using this delivery model best meet the needs of their gifted students?

Question 3 3.

Mr. Franklin's classroom is neat and organized with lots of colorful, useful posters and art on the walls. He carefully plans instruction and adjusts his plans to meet the needs of his class accordingly. He uses a variety of instructional techniques, from direct instruction to hands-on activities and plenty of opportunities for practice. Mr. Franklin is sometimes inconsistent with enforcing his rules, which are sometimes vague. His students are sometimes stressed and don't believe he is invested in their well-being. They're worried about being in trouble.


Which positive area of the learning environment is Mr. Franklin's classroom lacking in?

Question 4 4.

The following teachers have a few gifted students in their classes. Which of these teachers i using best practices for teaching gifted students?


I. Mrs. Fischer assigns her gifted students non-gifted partners that they tutor regularly to help their peers learn the content.

II. Mr. Rhee gives his gifted students more work than their non-gifted peers, which gives them more practice with the content.

III. Ms. Govender gives her gifted students more rigorous versions of the same work their peers are doing.

IV. Mr. Abdullah allows his gifted students to work on personal projects or read when they are finished with their work.

Question 5 5. List the four criteria for effective feedback.

Question 6 6. Which of the following methods of instruction is characterized by an essential question, student investigation, group work, a project, and ends with a project presentation?

Question 7 7. Which describes the importance of note-taking when students are learning to generalize and synthesize information?

Question 8 8.

Which of the following is an example of an achievement test used to assess giftedness?


I. Test of Mathematical Abilities for Gifted Students

II. Iowa Test of Basic Skills

III. Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales

IV. Test of Nonverbal Intelligence

Question 9 9.

Which educational professional or professionals would assess for giftedness in students?


I. A psychometrist

II. The classroom teacher

III. The school guidance counselor

IV. A psychologist

Question 10 10.

Which of the following are benefits of using nonverbal tests to assess giftedness?


I. They give psychometrists a tool to assess students who may not perform well on achievement tests.

II. They give psychometrists a tool to assess students who are hard of hearing, not an English speaker, or have a disability.

III. They give psychometrists a subjective tool to assess giftedness in students who would not otherwise perform well.

IV. They give psychometrists a tool to assess exactly what grade level students are functioning on.

Question 11 11.

Rafael lives in a Spanish-speaking household with poor English proficiency. Rafael is a boy who excels at mathematics. He has positive relationships with his peers and his family is supportive and loving. His family has a low income, though, and cannot always supply what he needs.


Which of the factors in the above passage may negatively impact Rafael's academic development?

Question 12 12. Which of the following lists the three rings of Joseph Renzulli's Three-Ring Conception of Giftedness?

Question 13 13. Which of the following are characteristics of gifted students?

Question 14 14. What are the goals of Gifted Education?

Question 15 15. Which team-teaching strategy is characterized by separating the gifted students from the rest of the class to receive specialized instruction?

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