Multiple Choice Quiz
1. What is learning?
- A change in one’s cognition, action or interaction with others
- A planned intervention
- A portfolio of knowledge, skills or attitudes
- A step-by-step instructional process
a. A change in one’s cognition, action or interaction with others
2. Which are the four main theoretical perspectives on learning?
- Behaviourism, cognitivism, sociocultural and economic theory
- Behaviourism, socialism, constructivism and feminism.
- Behaviourism, socialism, agency theory and positive psychology
- Behaviourism, cognitivism, experiential learning and social learning
d. Behaviourism, cognitivism, experiential learning and social learning
3. Who developed the learning style inventory?
4. Which are the four critical conditions of role modelling?
- Attention- attraction-production-satisfaction
5. Which of the following is not formal learning intervention?
- Job shadowing
- Job rotation
- E-learning training
- Network of part-time mums
d. Network of part-time mums
6. How many stages does the systematic training cycle have?
7. How can L&D achieve horizontal integration?
- By aligning its objectives with the vision and mission of the organisation
- By systematically evaluating its strategic vision
- By strategically aligning its objectives with the objectives of the HR function
- By facilitating the interventions of strategic importance to the organisation
c. By strategically aligning its objectives with the objectives of the HR function
8. What is a learning plan?
- A list that contains all the necessary elements for the delivery of an intervention
- A strategic L&D objective
- A learning agreement between the employee and the organisation
- An intervention for career change
a. A list that contains all the necessary elements for the delivery of an intervention
9. Which is the final step of the strategic L&D process?
- Needs analysis
- Strategic implementation of L&D practices
- Integration with business objectives
- Evaluation of L&D contribution
d. Evaluation of L&D contribution
10. Which of the following is not an L&D future challenge?
- To support the emergence of intellectual capital
- To continue enhancing the contribution of L&D division
- To ensure the L&D practitioner is a business partner
- To promote classroom based training to improve performance
d. To promote classroom based training to improve performance