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1. Understanding Parental Roles in Education: Assessing Barriers to Learning 2. Fostering Social Cohesion in Education: True Statements and Practices 3. Differentiation in Education: Exploring Content

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Question: Question 15 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which of the following three roles are the responsibility of the Gr R parents to assess and identify barriers to learning? Select one or more: a. Identify child's developmental challenges or barriers to learning. b. Share their experiences and observations of their child. c. Build a positive relationship with their child’s school and teachers. d. Work collaboratively with the child’s Grade R teacher. e. Conduct early screening. Question 16 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which three of the following statements are true to social cohesion in education?  Select one or more: a. Promote a shared sense of belonging b. Offer opportunities for socioeconomic mixing c. Offer opportunities to acquire skills and knowledge to equip learners to become active citizens d. Promote individual development e. Offer opportunities for separate development of ethnic groups Question 17 Not yet answered Marked out of 2.00 Flag question Question text Examples of content differentiation is where a teacher use a strategy such as small-group instruction to discuss content. Select one: True False Question 18 Not yet answered Marked out of 10.00 Flag question Question text Link the children’s skills to the type of intelligence Children's skills: problem-solving, analysing problems Answer 1Choose...Type of intelligence: Bodily-kinaestheticType of intelligence: IntrapersonalType of intelligence: NaturalisticType of intelligence: Logical-mathematicalType of intelligence: Linguistic Children's skills: writing, interacting through words and language Answer 2Choose...Type of intelligence: Bodily-kinaestheticType of intelligence: IntrapersonalType of intelligence: NaturalisticType of intelligence: Logical-mathematicalType of intelligence: Linguistic Children's skills: using the body skillfully through accurate movements, dancing and acting  Answer 3Choose...Type of intelligence: Bodily-kinaestheticType of intelligence: IntrapersonalType of intelligence: NaturalisticType of intelligence: Logical-mathematicalType of intelligence: Linguistic Children's skills: recognising and categorising plants, animals and other objects in nature Answer 4Choose...Type of intelligence: Bodily-kinaestheticType of intelligence: IntrapersonalType of intelligence: NaturalisticType of intelligence: Logical-mathematicalType of intelligence: Linguistic Children's skills: self-awareness and being in tune with their inner feelings, values, beliefs and thinking processes Answer 5Choose...Type of intelligence: Bodily-kinaestheticType of intelligence: IntrapersonalType of intelligence: NaturalisticType of intelligence: Logical-mathematicalType of intelligence: Linguistic Question 19 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which three of the following statements describe inclusive education? Select one or more: a. Provide access to separate childcare services. b. Respect and support for all children and their families, including those from marginalised groups. c. Ensure that young children with disabilities and their families are full members of the early childhood community d. Give children multiple opportunities to learn, develop and form positive relationships e. Provide same materials and equipment to ensure all children have equal access Question 20 Not yet answered Marked out of 10.00 Flag question Question text Complete the following sentences by dragging and dropping one of the possible answers in the sentence.   blank provides details on how an inclusive education system will be funded and resourced. blank is a framework of procedures to identify, assess and provide programmes for all learners who need additional support to boost their participation and inclusion in school blank provides strategies for differentiated teaching and learning to meet the diversity of learners’ needs.  blank states what should be included in the curricula for each grade in South Africa and how it should be assessed.  blank articulates the roles and responsibilities of public schools. Policy on Screening Identification, Assessment and Support (SIAS) Guidelines for Responding to Learner Diversity in the Classroom Draft Norms and Standards for Funding The South African National Development Plan 2030 Standards for Inclusive Teaching Policy on Screening Identification, Assessment and Support (SIAS) National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement Grades R–12 The South African Schools Act The South African Constitution and Bill of Rights Question 21 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following South African policies promotes nation building as a key element with social cohesion schemes? Select one: a. The South African Constitution and Bill of Rights (1996) b. The South African National Development Plan 2030 (2012) c. African Union: Agenda 2063 – Africa’s Agenda for Children d. The South African Children’s Act (2005) e. DBE: Draft Norms and Standards for Funding (2018) Clear my choice Question 22 Not yet answered Marked out of 2.00 Flag question Question text Checklists are a quick and easy way to assess a Grade R learner’s progress by focusing on a specific skill or area of development. Select one: True False Question 23 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text It is children's basic human right to have access to education. Select one: True False Question 24 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which three of the following are regarded as fundamental principles of assessment in an inclusive classroom? Select one or more: a. Learners should have access to the assessment that is suited to their needs. b. The assessment process should advantage some learners. c. Assessment should inform the teacher what the learner cannot do at a particular point in their learning. d. Assessment should assist the teacher to determine what support needs the learner has. e. The curriculum must be flexible to accommodate all learners. Question 25 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Education is a basic human right for all children. Select one: True False Question 26 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text What does the acronym "IEP" stands for? Select one: a. Individual expert plan b. Individual educational plan c. Individual educational progress d. Institute educational plan Clear my choice Question 27 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which of the following are the three principles that Universal Design for Learning is based on? Select one or more: a. Multiple means of engagement. b. Multiple means of representation. c. Multiple means of segregation. d. Multiple means of action and expression. e. Multiple means of disengagement. Question 28 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Communication impairments is an example of an extrinsic factor that have a negative impact on children's learning and participation. Select one: True False Question 29 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Inclusive education is a model wherein the needs of all children - with and without disabilities - are accommodated. Select one: True False Question 30 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Inclusive education includes the adaptation of materials and equipment to ensure all children have equal access Select one: True False Question 31 Not yet answered Marked out of 2.00 Flag question Question text Inclusion is the main form of assessment. Select one: True False Question 32 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Inclusive education means that all learners are accommodated in any school setting. True False Question 33 Not yet answered Marked out of 3.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following examples provided are not intrinsic barriers that could have a negative influence on children's learning and participation? Select one: a. illnesses that demand care and support b. chronic conditions that demand care and support c. physical impairments that demand support d. communication impairments that demand support e. different forms of abuse

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It seems like you're looking for answers for a quiz or an examination related to education, inclusive education, barrier assessment and so on. As an AI developed by OpenAI, I can give some insights about these questions, but I encourage you to study and learn the material thoroughly for the best understanding and performance. Here are some pointers: 1. For Q15, likely a, b, and d are the responsibilities of parents. Parents can identify their child's potential barriers to learning, share their observations and experiences, and collaborate with their child's teacher. 2. For Q16, likely a, b, and c. These points promote inclusivity, opportunities for social mixing, and the healthy development of active citizens. 3. Q17: True. Content differentiation can involve different teaching strategies such as small-group instruction amongst others. 4. For Q18: The likely matches are "Problem-solving, analyzing problems" with "Logical-mathematical intelligence", "writing, interacting through words and language" with "Linguistic intelligence", "using body skillfully through accurate movements,dancing and acting" with "Bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence", "recognising and categorising plants, animals and other objects in nature" with "Naturalistic intelligence", and "self-awareness" with "Intrapersonal intelligence". 5. Q19: Likely b, c, and d. Inclusive education respects and supports all, ensures full participation, and gives children multiple opportunities to learn, develop, and form positive relationships. 6. For Q21, likely a (South African Constitution and Bill of Rights). 7. Q22: True. A checklist can be used to focus and assess an area of development. 8. Q23: True. It's a universal human right to have access to education. 9. For Q24, likely a, d, and e. Assessments should be accessible, help to determine the support needs of learners, and be flexible to accommodate all learners. 10. Q25: True. Education is a fundamental human right. 11. Q26: IEP stands for "Individual Educational Plan". 12. For Q27, UDL principles are "Multiple means of engagement", "Multiple means of representation" and "Multiple means of action and expression". 13. Q28: False. Communication impairments are intrinsic, not extrinsic. 14. Q29: True. Inclusive education does accommodate needs of all children, both with and without disabilities. 15. Q30: True. Inclusion includes adaptation of materials for all children ensuring equal access. 16. Q31: False. Inclusion is a principle, not a form of assessment. 17. Q32: True. Inclusive Education means accommodating all learners in any school setting. 18. For Q33, the one that's not a barrier intrinsic to children is e (different forms of abuse). This is typically considered an extrinsic factor as it depends on the environment rather than the individual. Please be aware that these should be used as suggestions and study aids, not definitive answers. Verify from the course material or your teacher for accurate answers.

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