The aim of the self-assessment test is to evaluate your knowledge based on the self-study material provided in Modules I-III under the training program "Teaching Math in the Digital Era". This test should be taken before and after the training course. The test consists of 26 questions. Please select the correct answer to each question; sometimes several answer options are possible. Having completed the test, the system will provide you with the total score (percentage). Please, save the test results for further reference.

(1/26 ) How would you appropriately define the term “underachiever”?

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(2/26 ) Which of the educational approaches (behaviorist, cognitivist and constructivist) is mostly related with ICT in learning?

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(3/26 ) How do you define the innovative character of Open Educational Resources (OER) as educational resources?

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(4/26 ) What are the characteristics of current Generation Z students?

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(5/26 ) Why do the teachers often find it difficult to engage and motivate Generation Z's students to take part in traditional learning activities?

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(6/26 ) What are the basic ICT based learning components that mathematics teachers need to be skilled for in order to work successfully with Generation Z pupils?

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(7/26 ) Exercises in the mobile applications, meant for improvement of pupils’ cognitive skills and abilities in Math, can be used for …

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(8/26 ) Which is the correct order of three successive stages or levels of a teacher’s development in making pedagogical use of ICT?

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(9/26 ) What competencies should be developed in order to prepare pupils for the future in a rapidly changing word?

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(10/26 ) The academic literature distinguishes three steps in introducing critical thinking into teaching/learning process:

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(11/26 ) Can we state that "knowledge" and "comprehension" according to Bloom's taxonomy in mathematics lessons are critical thinking?

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(12/26 ) How would you describe the ideal environment that fosters pupils’ critical thinking skills?

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(13/26 ) Which of the following approaches connects critical and creative thinking in Math lesson?

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(14/26 ) The mathematical creativity is often defined as:

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(15/26 ) What inspires pupils’ critical thinking and creativity in Mathematics?

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(16/26 ) What factors should be taken into consideration for more motivated Math learning with other STEAM subjects for low-achievers?

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(17/26 ) What is another word for racial discrimination?

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(18/26 ) When analyzing and adapting group member diversity, you should consider members of diverse:

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(19/26 ) In the homogeneous and heterogeneous group dialectic, homogeneous refers to:

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(20/26 ) Which of the following is not an indicator of challenged family background of a student?

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(21/26 ) Which of the following examples are not ideal be used to spark the student’s interest in math?

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(22/26 ) Which of the following is not a method of ensuring respectful interactions?

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(23/26 ) What are the basic things a teacher has to do in order to identify and embrace different needs and preferences among pupils?

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(24/26 ) Why is it important to gather feedback from pupils about their learning experiences?

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(25/26 ) Which of the following statements is true?

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(26/26 ) Check the true statements about diversity in the classroom:

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