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1.The process of helping young children to become acceptable members in the society is

a)       Modernization

b)      Socialization

c)       Introduction

d)      Conservation


2. This branch of philosophy has the view that the stars, the moon and the tress have spirit in them…….

a)       Epistemology

b)      Ethics

c)       Metaphysics

d)      Axiology


3.This word is usually associated with beauty.

a)       Metaphysics

b)      Epistemology

c)       Aesthetic

d)      Axiology

4.The aim of education includes the following EXCEPT

a)       Immediate aim

b)      Proximate aim

c)       Ultimate aim

d)      Axiology


5. Which of the following statements is NOT trig about freedom?

a)       Negative and positive freedoms are related

b)      Freedom is absolute

c)       Freedom goes with responsibility

d)      Negative freedom is not totally bad

6.The myth about the Akans on how God went far away from man describes the Akans belief about.

a)       Affirmation of life

b)      Creation

c)       Many gods

d)      Work


7. In the indigenous traditional set up, moral education took the form of

a)       Character training

b)      Spiritual training

c)       Social training

d)      Vocational training


8 The first Education Act after Independence was in.

a)       1961

b)      1969

c)       2004

d)      2008


9. Some of the things a chief learns during training include

i. State drumming and drum language

ii. Dancing to drum music

Ill. Arguing in public

IV. Speaking like a chief

a)       I and Il only

b)      ll and Ill only

c)       il, Ill and IV.

d)      I, ll and IV only


10. One of the essential criteria for selecting a chief is that he must be a…….

a)       Heir

b)      Landlord

c)       Strong man

d)      Giant

11. A philosophical position which accepts the notion that “Nature” is the sum total of reality……….

a)       Naturalism

b)      Spiritualism

c)       Supernaturalism

d)      Idealism


12. “Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains”. This statement was made by

a)       Dewey

b)      Comenius

c)       Froebel

d)      Rousseau


13. Philosophical position which holds the view that nothing exists except in the mind of man, the mind of God or the supernatural realm is

a)       Idealism.

b)      Realism

c)       Pragmatism

d)      Communism


14. The sensory aspect of the universe describes the world as the

a)       World of illusion

b)      Real World

c)       World of ideas

d)      World of concepts


15. The idealist notion of method of teaching consists of the use of

I Lectures

II Discussion

Ill. Imitation

a)       I only

b)      Il only

c)       Il and Ill only

d)      Il and Ill only

16. Which of the following function of education is often a source of controversy between formal and informal education?

a)       The political function

b)      The socialization functions

c)       The agent of change function

d)      The economic function


17. When people talk of the three forms of education, they refer to the following, except

a)       Vocational education

b)      Formal education

c)       Informal education

d)      Non-formal education


18. When education helps people to realize their rights and responsibilities, education is performing its.

a)       Economic function

b)      Political function

c)       Socialization function

d)      Selection function

19. Helping to find rational answers to issues is the role of ……….

a)       Philosophy

b)      Epistemology

c)       Axiology

d)      Education


20. How a teacher imparts knowledge to his children is NOT directly influenced by the

a)       Philosophy he holds

b)      Examination system in the state

c)       Availability of educational resources

d)      Political part he belongs

21 Which branch of philosophy concerns itself with the theory of reality?

a)       Epistemology

b)      Metaphysics

c)       Axiology

d)      Intuition


22. Philosophy can simple be defined as the ………..

a)       Study of how man makes ends meet

b)      Study of social group and how they interact

c)       Process of analysing issues buy asking valid questions

d)      Process of passing judgement on events

23. According to the naturalistic theory of ethics, what is good or bad is determined by how an action or event.

a)       Serves societies purposes.

b)      Makes people think objectively

c)       Serve the interest of the ruling family

d)      Directs teachers on the methods to use


24. Which of the following methods will be employed by a teacher whose view about teaching is cast in the traditional mode?

a)       Small group discussion

b)      Problem solving

c)       Discovery

d)      Expository


25. Which of the following is NOT a principle in the modern conception of teaching?

a)       All pupils benefit equally from the educational system

b)      Every child learns at his/her own pace

c)       Learning can take place in a variety of context

d)      Teaching focuses on the pupils’ current experience


26. Just as teaching and learning are seen as opposite sides of the same coin, so are .

a)       Education and schools

b)      Ethics and axiology

c)       Freedom and responsibility.

d)      Personality and behaviour


27. Ultimate aims of education are supposed to be achieved when one …….

a)       Has completed primary education

b)      Has learnt a particular subject well

c)       Has passed through the entire educational system

d)      Acquires secondary education

28. When a teacher states that by the end of this lesson pupils will be able to write 1, 2, 3 an  4 clearly, the teacher is expressing … ….

a)       Ultimate aim of education

b)      Immediate aim of education

c)       Proximate aim of education

d)      intermediate aim or education

29. Proximate aim of education relate to ………..

a)       The subjects in the curriculum/

b)      Levels in the education system

c)       The whole educational system

d)      What is achieved in a particular lesson?

30. One’s attitude to life, his environment and to people in general constitute one’s

a)       Culture

b)      Preferences

c)       Philosophy

d)      Ideas


31. Which of the following has this as the definition of education? Education is the process to bring up a child.

a)       Dewey

b)      Burns and Bruner

c)       Bruner and Dewey

d)      Gzenwu


32. Which for of education is this? It is a system where people who have had informal education are brought up under formal conditions to update their knowledge and skills?

a)       Informal education

b)      Formal education

c)       Non-formal education

d)      Education formal


33. Which function of education is this? “Very poor countries like ours devote a large chunk of the national budget each year to education”

a)       Political function

b)      Socialization

c)       Economic function

d)      Education as an agent of change


34. The following are uses of philosophy except..

a)       Philosophical ideas have a direct relevance to present day religious, social and political movements

b)      Philosophy is more like designing and constructing your own house than in buying a dwelling already made

c)       Philosophy can be usefully employed in the quest for wisdom

d)      Philosophy helps to understand the nature and history of our civilization


35. The following are the categories of ethical theories except……………………..

a)       Indigenous society theory of ethics

b)      Intuitive theory of ethics

c)       The naturalistic theory of ethics

d)      Emotive theory of ethics

36. Which of the following best describes this? They point out what is true or what is good and can be seen objectively by observing the relationships or properties in the situation.

a)       Naturalistic theory

b)      Emotive theory

c)       Indigenous theory

d)      Society theory


37. According to this theory what is good or bad is determined by the society to serve social purposes.

a)       Instrumental theory

b)      Emotive theory intuitive theory

c)       Intuitive theory

d)      Instrumental theory


38. Which theory of ethics speaks of the good or badness, the rightness or wrongness al a situation being determined by an individual’s attitude towards the action or event*

a)       Instrumental theory

b)      Emotive theory intuitive theory

c)       Intuitive theory

d)      Instrumental theory


39. The following are levels of educational aims except

Immediate aims

Proximate aims

Ultimate aims

Long term aims

40. Which of the following form the curriculum?

a)       Courses and activities

b)      Activities and textbooks

c)       Textbooks and handbooks

d)      Courses and textbooks_

41. Affirmation of life simple means.

a)       Christian religion

b)      Islamic religion

c)       Buddhism

d)      Traditional African religion


42. All the following are not the needs of the society except

a)       The society should be self-sufficient

b)      The type of education that should be given

c)       Producing all the food they need.

d)      To increase in population


43. After training the young men and women, they were initiated to signify ….

a)       The right character

b)      The virtures for the aged

c)       Their transition from childhood to adulthood

d)      The importance of culture


44. The following suggest why crafts are localized in certain areas of Ghana except…..

a)       Occurrence of the necessary raw material

b)      Natural gifs and personal inclination of people

c)       Social and political cohesion

d)      Economists see those places very vibrant


45. All the following are what a hunter learns from the master except … . ….

a)       Knowing the sounds of different wind

b)      Use of the gun as the first step

c)       Acquiring knowledge of edible fruits

d)      To predict the movement of the game

46. The following are what a chief can learn from the senior chiefs except……….

a)       State drumming and drum language

b)      Controlling his passions before his elders

c)       Learning orthodox and charismatic doctrines

d)      Being conversant with customs and traditions


47. The indigenous tradition system of education emphasized …

a)       Virtue and skill

b)      Morality and character training

c)       Skill and character

d)      Respect and responsibility


48. All the following are advantages of indigenous system of education except

a)       Providing skills for the future

b)      Building community awareness

c)       Moral training

d)      Skill for the present, past and future


49. One weakness of the traditional system was the

a)       For-going of communal spirit

b)      Individual see himself as a member of a community

c)       Individual’s own personality development was submerged

d)      Entirely rule out of the persons development

50. The following are what educational system do not fail to develop except

a)       To develop character

b)      Inculcate respect for elders

c)       Develop the individual’s leadership skill

d)      Develop the individual’s intellectual skill


51. Basically to the idealist, learning is the exercise of the.

a)       Body

b)      Experience

c)       Heart

d)      Mind

52. To the naturalist, the following are subjects under the curriculum except.

a)       Language

b)      Art

c)       Political science

d)      Social studies

53. The methods of teaching in the naturalist curriculum include the following except.

a)       Personal observations

b)      Sensory experience

c)       Trial and error

d)      Lecture


54. Which of the following is the idealists position on knowledge and truth?

a)       There is no truth which man can find

b)      There is a universal truth which man can find

c)       The truth is faked in the universe

d)      Truth can be seen with some people


55. Which of the following is the understanding of deductive logic?

a)       Reasoning from specific to genital position

b)      It is an attempt to study the problems of truth

c)       Reasoning from general to the more specific position

d)      Reasoning not in chronological order


56. The idealist pre-occupation is to …

a)       Develop a system of truth

b)      Develop a sense of humility

c)       Final principles to the truth

d)      Be in harmony in the universe


57. Things that do not fit into the ideal structure are …

a)       True and should not be welcomed

b)      Half true and half false

c)       False and must be welcomed

d)      False and must be rejected


58. Which of the following is not a method to gain knowledge?

a)       Intuition

b)      Realization

c)       Revelation

d)      Rationalization

59. The idealist believes that good life is living in ……….

a)       One’s values

b)      Harmony

c)       Abundant resources

d)      Society that is very welcoming

60. Idealism is comparable with religion in the sense that they believe in…

a)       Word

b)      Human kind

c)       The spirit

d)      God


61. Which of the following theorists defines education as “the process of re arranging the environment for the learner to acquire knowledge’?

a)       J. J. Rosseau

b)      John Locke

c)       Jean Piaget

d)      John Dewey


62. The three forms of education identified by education theorists induced the following except …

a)       Basic Education

b)      Formal Education

c)       Information Education

d)      Non-Formal Education


63. The type of education which is given to us by our parents even before we start schooling is referred to as ………..

a)       Basic Education

b)      Informal Education

c)       Non-Formal Education

d)      Formal Education

64. Adult literacy programmes are examples of ……….

a)       Formal Education

b)      Higher Education

c)       Non-Formal Education

d)      Informal Education


65. The process through which the young children in a society acquire the culture, language

and norms of the society is referred to as

a)       Circumcision

b)      Socialization

c)       Registration

d)      Politicization


66. Which of the following is not one of the fundamental questions of philosophy?

a)       What is mar?

b)      Who made man?

c)       What is the difference between an educated and uneducated man?

d)      Does man have a soul?

67. Who can philosophies?

a)       Only educated people

b)      Only professors of philosophy

c)       Only students and professors of philosophy

d)      Anybody at all


68. The following statements about philosophy are true except………….

a)       Philosophy can be used to locate issues in dispute and help to clarity them

b)      Philosophy can be usefully employed in the quest for wisdom

c)       Philosophy helps us to understand the nature and history of our civilization

d)      Philosophy is against religious beliefs


69. Metaphysical explanation of events focuses on……….

a)       Scientific issues

b)      Spiritual issues

c)       Factual issues

d)      Educational issues


70. Epistemology is a theory of ………..

a)       Creation

b)      Knowledge

c)       Political issues

d)      The nature of man

71. Ethics in philosophy deal with … . . ….

a)       Good and bad

b)      Sources of knowledge

c)       Political debate

d)      Creation


72. The three basic theories of ethics exclude one of the following.

a)       Intuitive theory

b)      Naturalistic theory

c)       Development theory

d)      Emotive theory

73 Immediate aims


A. This is what the society hopes to achieve a

the end of education

74 Ultimate aims This is given to the various levels of education. It can be equated to aims of a subject.
75 Proximate aims This is what a teacher hopes to achieve at the

end of a lesson.

76. Which of the following statements is true about curriculum?

a)       Curriculum does not include tests and examinations

b)      Curriculum is not expected to change

c)       Curriculum is what happens only in the classroom

d)      Curriculum is designed in terms of the philosophy of the society

77. The traditional definition of teaching as imparting information, knowledge and skills

portrays the learner as ….

a)       Active agent in the learning situation

b)      Passive recipient of knowledge

c)       Co-agent in the teaching/learning situations

d)      Creator of knowledge in the teaching/learning situations


78. The teacher’s role as imparting knowledge promotes

a)       Active learning

b)      Rote learning

c)       Creative learning

d)      Child-centred leaming


79. What teaching technique will a teacher with the traditional view of teaching employ in the

teaching / learning process?

a)       The lecture method

b)      The project method

c)       Socratic method

d)      Activity method


80. Which of the following is not one of the philosophical under-pinning’s of the tradition of teaching?

a)       The pupil is a receptacle

b)      The teacher is the possessor of knowledge

c)       The teacher has knowledge about what doses of knowledge the child needs

d)      The child is an active agent in knowledge creation

81 All the following are characteristics of modern conception of teaching except

a)       The teacher is a facilitator

b)      Children learn in groups

c)       The teacher assists children to learn for themselves

d)      The teacher is the most important person in the teaching / learning situation


82 Which of the following statements is true about Freedom and Authority?

a)       Authority promotes responsible freedom

b)      Authority prevents responsible freedom


83. Parents have freedom in education. This includes all except

a)       freedom to choose a school for their children

b)      freedom to withdraws children from school

c)       Freedom to contribute towards the development of a school

d)      Freedom to abuse teachers of their wards


84. Which of the following is not one of the freedoms of a teacher?

a)       freedom to select teaching methods

b)      freedom to express his/her views on school curriculum

c)       Freedom to come to school or not

d)      Freedom from the burden of large classes


85. The school child/pupil has the freedom to .

a)       Decide which teacher should teach him her

b)      Participate in the school lite

c)       Remove the head of the school

d)      Incite other pupils to misbehave


86. Morality is simply defined as….

a)       The rightness of wrongness of an action

b)      The superiority of one human being over the other

c)       Comparison among religious organizations

d)      fundamentals of ethnic conflicts


87. Affirmation life means means

a)       Life after death

b)      Resurrection from death

c)       African Traditional Religion

d)      Punishment alter death


88. Which of the following is not one of the attributes of God?

a)       God is human

b)      God is good

c)       God is a comforter

d)      God is a giver of life

89. ‘Which of the following statements is true of the African Society?

a)       The Writes introduced us to the concepts of God

b)      Africans introduced the Whites to the concepts of God

c)       Before the coming of the Whites, we know the existence of God

d)      Only the educated African understands the concept of God

90. The indigenous African’s conception of the supernatural includes all the following except

a)       The supernature! is a point of reference for inter human relations

b)      The supernatural is the source of social well-being and stability

c)       ‘The supernatural is the source and custodian of morality

d)      The supernatural appeared with the coming of the Whites


91. The presidential committee on Education (2002) has established the … in Ghana

a)       The purpose of education

b)      The aims of education

c)       The value of education

d)      The rights of education

92. Whatever the society hopes to achieve at the tail end if education is the

a)       Ultimate aim of education

b)      Immediate aim of education

c)       Proximate aim of education

d)      Tail aim of education


93. If the teacher states By the end of the lesson pupils should be able to read the first

paragraph of a sentence fluently. This is an example of

a)       Tail aim of education

b)      Immediate aim of education

c)       Proximate aim of education

d)      Ultimate aim of education


94. If Ghana in the Presidential committee says “By the end of the end of the Primary

course, pupils should have been equipped with skills of numeracy. This is an example of

a)       Immediate aim

b)      Proximate aim

c)       Ultimate aim

d)      Tail aim


95. By the end of this course pupils will be able to explain the causes of Yaa Asante War. This is an example of

a)       Immediate aim

b)      Ultimate aim

c)       Proximate aim

d)      Tail aim


96. Every complete scheme of education must comprise certain courses and activities achieve the educational aims. These courses and activities constitute the ……….. school system.

a)       Contents

b)      Subjects

c)       Aims

d)      Curriculum

97. Curriculum is designed in terms of the philosophy of the society.

a)       True

b)      False

98. Imparting information, knowledge or skill to pupils is………………………….. of teaching

a)       Traditional definition

b)      Modern definition

c)       Public definition

d)      Private definition


99. In what sense is the teacher described as a dispenser of information, the fount knowledge.

a)       Private sense

b)      Public sense

c)       Modern sense

d)      Traditional sense


100. Which of these is not a problem with traditional view of teaching?

a)       The pupil looks attentive and receptive

b)      The pupil’s mind may be wandering

c)       The pupil may be simple copying the works of the teacher or of a book

d)      The pupil may ask questions

101. The root of the term ‘education’ is derived from the Latin word:

a)       Educand

b)      Edupure

c)       Educare

d)      Edumere

102. Which of the following forms of education will you advocate for a traditional birth attendant who wants to update her knowledge and skills?

a)       Informal education

b)      Formal education

c)       Non-formal education

d)      Formal education

e)      None of these

103. From the Greck origin of word Philosophy that is ‘Philos’ and ‘Sophia’ philosophy means:

a)       Love of education

b)      Love of history

c)       Love of science

d)      Love of wisdom

104. Which of the following Latin term means to bring up or bring out?

a)       Educarc

b)      Educand

c)       Edumere

d)      Edupere

105. One of the exponents of education defines it as a process of re-arranging the environment for the learner to acquire knowledge for himself.

a)       Spencer

b)      Dewey

c)       Aristotle

d)      Wittgenstein

Match the statement in column I with the correct forms of education in Column II

106 There is a definite structure and times of meeting a)       Informal education
107 Take place at any time of the day and at home b)      Formal Education
108 Is concerned with updating ones knowledge and skills c)       Non-formal
d)      Technical Education

Match the Philosophical concepts in column I with their correct meanings in column II

109 Naturalism a)       The search for knowledge which is based on truth and meaning and the truth can be known practical results.
110 Idealism b)      There is a natural order in the universe independent of our wished, feelings or desires.
111 Realism c)       There is the view that the interpretation of the word is given to us by natural science and that reality consist of natural world
112 Pragmatism d)      There is the view that nothing exist in mind of the minds of God  or in the supernatural realm


113. The education of children which is geared towards equipping them with skills to obtain jobs constitutes one of the following functions of education?

a. Political

b. Economic

c. Social

d. Cultural


114. Quite a large number of ballot papers were destroyed in 2008 elections because the people in the population of Ghana lacked ……………….

e)      Social education

f)        Economic education

g)       Cultural education

h)      Political education

115. The function of education through which young children acquire the culture, lang and norms of the society is called……… . . . . . ..

a)       Conceptualization

b)      Education

c)       Socialization

d)      Politicalisation

116. The word Education is derived from the Latin word “educare” meaning to

a)       Educate

b)      Explain

c)       Lead to

d)      Foster

117. To………. Education refers to the process of deliberately transmitting the a

and science and fostering contribution to them.

a)       Socrates and Plato

b)      Burns and Burner

c)       Rousseau and Pestalozzi

d)      Aristotle and Socrates

118. To………… education is the process of re-arranging the environment for the learn acquire knowledge by himself.

a)       Deasey

b)      Skinner

c)       Paviov

d)      Watson

119. This is the formation through which education tries to make the younger generation acquire the culture of their society.

a)       Education

b)      Socialization

c)       Citizenship

d)      Familiarization

120. When Philosophy is defined in terms of a principle that guides action or behaviour it becomes a………………

a)       Process

b)      Discipline

c)       Strategy

d)      Concept

121. When Philosophy is defined as asking questions about the word and finding answers to them, It becomes a ..

a)       Concepts

b)      Strategy

c)       Process

d)      Discipline

122. To…………… Philosophy is a process, an activity undertaken by the individual to find the basis of his beliefs or assumptions.

a)       Ezenwu

b)      Aggrey

c)       Kaunda

d)      Mandela

123. All these are methods of Philosophy except…

a)       Observation

b)      Reasoning

c)       Experimentation

d)      Problem – solving

124. The study of the fundamental nature of the universe and existence and the essence of

things are called.

a)       Axiology

b)      Metaphysics

c)       Epistemology

d)      Humanism

125. All these are theories of Ethics except

a)       Hedonism

b)      Intuitionism

c)       Emotivist

d)      Naturalism

126. Ethics studies…

a)       Involuntary actions only

b)      Both voluntary and involuntary actions

c)       Voluntary actions

d)      Code of Ethics

127. Who asserts that Philosophy helps a person to decide what to do with his life to qualities of generosity and religious devotion or to eat, sleep and die?

a)       plate

b)      Socrates

c)       Ezenwu

d)      Farrant

128. The traditional method of teaching reflects the philosophy of………And the modern method of teaching            reflects the philosophy of……………………………….

a)       Pragmatism; Idealism

b)      Idealism; Existentialism

c)       Idealism; Pragmatism, Realism or Naturalism.

d)      Pragmatism; Existentialism

129. In this method, the teacher takes the backseat and only acts as a facilitator and a counsellor.

a)       Traditional method

b)      Modern method

c)       Questioning method

d)      Simulation method

130. Teaching is a bi-polar process means teaching is

a)       A one-way process

b)      Bringing the subject to the learner

c)       Using different strategies

d)      An interactive process between the teacher and the learner.


131. Freedom from hunger is a………. and freedom of speech is a…….

a)       Negative freedom; positive freedom

b)      Positive freedom; negative freedom

c)       Limitation; universal

d)      Might; limitation


132. The basis of indigenous African education is…

a)       European curricular programmes

b)      Liberal and general education

c)       African Philosophy

d)      Vocational and general education


133. The two types of skills the indigenous society catered for were…

a)       Specific and general skills

b)      Manipulative and aesthetic skills

c)       Specialization and specialized skills

d)      Inquiry and manipulative skills


134. The doctrine which states that what is useful is good is referred to as

a)       Humanism

b)      Ultitarianism

c)       Instrumentalism

d)      Pan Sophism

135. This school of philosophy uses deductive logic to study the problems of knowledge

a)       Realism.

b)      Pragmatism

c)       Naturalism

d)      Idealism


136. The process of reasoning from a general to a more specific position is referred to as

a)       Deductive logic

b)      Inductive logic

c)       Logical analysis

d)      inductive deductive logic


137. This idealist philosopher recommended that education should be employed as a chief method of reforming both the individual’s character and the nation.

a)       Socrates

b)      Aristotle

c)       Plato,

d)      Dewey


138. The Idealist place less emphasis on.

a)       History and Humanities

b)      Mathematics and Sciences

c)       Latin and Greek

d)      Vocational and Technical studies


139. To these philosophers, the usefulness, workability and practicability of ideas, policies and proposals are the criteria of their merit or value

a)       Idealists

b)      Pragmatists

c)       Naturalists

d)      Realists

140. Pragmatism views teachers as advisers and guides or project directors because of their

a)       Experience

b)      Education

c)       Profession

d)      Code of conduct


141. The roots of Realism are found in.

a)       Plato

b)      Aristotle

c)       Socrates

d)      Comenius


142. Aristotle held the view that every object is made up of…………………………..

a)       Idea and material

b)      Form and matter

c)       Matter and idea

d)      Idea and form


143. Who developed the inductive method as a scientific method?

John Dewey

John Fredrick Herbert

John Locke

Francis Bacorn


144. Who formulated the “tabula rasa” which states that the idea is human mind is sheet that receives impressions from the environment?

a)       John Locke

b)      Francis Bacon

c)       John Dewey

d)      John Fredrick Herbert

145.One of the most influential of Europe’s scholars of idealism was

a)       J. A. Comenius

b)      H. Pestalozzi

c)       J. F. Herbert

d)      J. G. Ficlite


146. With the notion of linking new information with old ideals in the mind, J.F.H proposed these teaching methods;

i. Review of old materials

ii. Clean presentation of new material

iii. Formation of association

iv. Applying the new principles or concepts to solving problems in other context

a)       i and il

b)      i and iv

c)       ill and iv

d)      I and iv


147. John Fredrick Herbert believed that a well – rounded and moral education wil

an individual’s……..

a)       Success in life

b)      Growth and development

c)       Moral growth and resistance to evil

d)      Moral development


148. To the Realist conception, our source of knowledge is

a)       Sense experience

b)      Education

c)       Logical analysis

d)      Inductive – deductive logic

149. If students are to learn using sense experience to gather data, what type of logic you think they will be using?

a)       Deductive logic

b)      Inductive logic

c)       Deductive – inductive logic

d)      Logical analysis.


150 “We are born weak so we need strength; we are helpless so we need aid; we at foolish so we need reason”. Who said this?

a)       Montessori

b)      Frozbel


BRIGHT FRANCIS ADOM is an ICT teacher at Ghana Education Service, Entrepreneur, Hard Working and I believe in giving out Accurate information to help others

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