Children Well-being Quiz
Children who live in at-risk environments at home are more likely to develop properly if they are present in a good-quality early childhood education environment.
The key to high-quality early childhood education is most likely to come from the
A. physical environment, including supplies
C. parent’s income
D. age of the child
A child who is able to have and maintain close emotional connections is not likely to become securely attached.
Culture is defined as the parameters of behavior.
The consistency of caregiving and emotional investment on the part of a teacher has a direct relationship to the development of a child’s brain.
_______helps a teacher establish and maintain a healthy environment.
A. Health and wellness promotion
B. Good feeding practices
C. Hand washing
D. An ecological point of view
The quality of peer relationships may be an indicator of mental and emotional health in children.
Genetics, heredity, and the child’s home all represent the _____ environment.
A. social and emotional
Diversity in a classroom is the result of
A. different cultures
B. family composition
C. socioeconomic status
D. disabilities and other special needs
E. all of these
A good early childhood education environment that uses a holistic approach always
A. uses inexpensive materials for underneath swings and climbing equipment.
B. provides nutrition that the cook likes.
C. provides good health and safety practices.
D. pratices hand washing when the teacher remembers
Practices for maintaining the cultural values of children in care should not be an issue for the teacher.
All health conditions that are a result of inherited family factors appear at birth.
A holistic approach deals with the interrelationship of health, safety, and nutrition.
Family health attitudes may relate directly to culture
Good physical care is important to support healthy development.
Healthy development is more than an absence of disease.
The ecological perspective of the total environment of a child looks at all of the areas of a child’s life except
The second step in preparing for cultural competence is for the teacher to
A. value diversity
B. create a balance between the dynamics of difference
C. recognise his or her own cultural background, attitudes, beliefs, and guidelines for behaviour
D. seek to acquire and increase knowledge about other cultures
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