Unit 2 Quiz

Unit 2 Quiz

Section 1: Multiple Choice

  1. Education for peace

      1. teaches the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to create peace.

      2. creates the preconditions needed for peace.

      3. both A and B

  2. Education about peace

      1. answers the question “What is peace?”

      2. focuses on the development of institutions and practices that define a peaceful social order

      3. both A & B

  3. Human rights education is

      1. education for peace

      2. education about peace

      3. education for and about peace, depending on the approach taken.

  4. Critical pedagogy involves

      1. agreeing with conventional beliefs and norms

      2. analyzing beliefs and norms with the goal of empowerment and social transformation

      3. criticizing society

  5. Critical pedagogy should     

      1. focus on a global perspective

      2. focus on critically analyzing the local situation

      3. not focus on controversial issues

  6. Critical peace education is different from critical pedagogy because

      1. it focuses on issues relating to peace and violence

      2. it does not involve critiquing beliefs and norms

      3. it does not involve social transformation

  7. The ultimate goal of disarmament education is     

      1. reducing nuclear weapons only

      2. improving international security through military interventions

      3. general and complete disarmament

  8. Education for disarmament involves

      1. developing critical thinking and decision making skills

      2. developing compassion for other human beings

      3. developing the perception that disarmament is possible and probable

      4. all of the above

  9. Disarmament education

      1. should be linked to other areas of peace education such as Futures Education and Human Rights Education

      2. should be taught as an separate subject, distinct from other disciplines

      3. is not related to environmental education

  10. Which of the following is NOT a key document for human rights education?

      1. the UDHR

      2. the GATT

      3. the CRC

  11. Which of the following is NOT a foundational principle of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

      1. universality

      2. indivisibility

      3. nondiscrimination

      4. independence

  12. The Convention on the Rights of the Child exists because

      1. the Universal Declaration of Human Rights does not apply to children

      2. children are a vulnerable group and need protection in addition to the UDHR

      3. children have more rights than everyone else

  13. The human right to education includes

      1. access to education

      2. quality of education

      3. respectful learning environments

      4. all of the above

  14. Global Citizenship Education is important for peace because

      1. patriotism and nationalism can be used to foster conflict between nations

      2. the world is becoming increasingly globalized

      3. both a & b

  15. Which skill is NOT a part of Global Citizenship Education?

      1. Debating

      2. Cooperation

      3. Fighting

      4. Critical thinking

  16. Multiculturalism involves

      1. minority cultures being absorbed into the majority culture

      2. acknowledging the multiple social identities of all individuals within a culture

      3. the separation of different cultures from one another

  17. Discrimination is

      1. the same as bias

      2. when you think about someone differently because of their identity

      3. an action that results in the unequal treatment of people because of their identities

  18. Anti-racism education seeks to

      1. examine power relations

      2. promote institutional change

      3. examines how racist ideas are entrenched in institutions

      4. all of the above

  19. The worldview associated with the Integrative Theory of Peace (ITP) is the     

      1. identity-based worldview

      2. unity-based worldview

      3. conflict-based worldview

  20. Gender is

      1. the same as sex

      2. is socially constructed

      3. is the biological differences between males and females

  21. Gender is an important consideration for peace education because

      1. violence against women is a significant obstacle to peace

      2. women are often excluded from peacebuilding processes

      3. gender inequality and discrimination is one of the most pervasive forms of discrimination in the world

      4. all of the above

  22. Which of the following is NOT a key document relating to environmental education?

      1. The Rio Declaration

      2. The Stockholm Declaration

      3. The Pittsburgh Declaration

      4. The Tbisili Declaration

  23. The goals of environmental education include

      1. raising awareness of ecological interdependence between urban and rural areas

      2. developing the knowledge, values and skills to protect and improve the environment

      3. to create new patterns of behavior towards the environment at individual and collective levels

      4. all of the above

  24. Environmental issues and social justice issues

      1. are mutually exclusive

      2. are intrinsically linked and mutually beneficial

      3. are not related

      4. are not supportive of the same goals as peace education

  25. Causes of conflict include

      1. different values

      2. unmet psychological needs     

      3. limited resources

      4. all of the above

  26. Which of the following is NOT a structured problem-solving process?

      1. Mediation

      2. Negotiation

      3. Debating

      4. Consensus decision-making

  27. The core competencies of Conflict Resolution Education include

      1. emotional awareness

      2. empathy

      3. problem solving

      4. all of the above

  28. Which of the following is NOT a key skill for Conflict Resolution Education?

      1. peer mediation

      2. nonviolent communication

      3. active listening

  29. Which of the following is NOT an approach to Conflict Resolution Education?

      1. The Peaceable Classroom Approach

      2. The Banking Approach

      3. The Mediation Program Approach

      4. The Process Curriculum Approach

  30. The Futures field includes

      1. futures education

      2. futures studies

      3. futures research

      4. time travel

  31. Futures education is relevant to peace education because

      1. it’s not – it is impossible to study something that does not yet exist

      2. it focuses on solutions and helps inform our actions in the present

      3. it is an issue-based approach

  32. The aim of Futures Education is to

      1. identify and envision alternative futures which are just and sustainable

      2. exercise critical thinking skills and the creative imagination more effectively

      3. participate in more thoughtful and informed decision making in the present

      4. all of the above

Section 2: Matching

  1. Bias ____

  2. Prejudice _____

  3. Enthnocentrism ____

  4. Relativism ____

  5. Stereotype ____

  6. Discrimination ____

  7. Institutional racism ____

  8. Personally mediated racism ____

  9. Internalized racism ____

      1. prejudice and discrimination based on race

      2. thinking one’s own group’s ways are superior to others

      3. subjective opinion or disposition

      4. acceptance of negative messages about one’s own race

      5. a standardized set of ideas that represent a oversimplified depiction of a particular group

      6. not judging other group’s actions and judging them as equal to one’s own

      7. a preconceived notion or belief made without reason

      8. behavior that results in the unequal treatment of people because they are members of a particular group

      9. differential access to the goods, services and opportunities of society by race