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Welcome to “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire”

To play:

Each time a question page is presented, click inside the question box to display the question,

then click inside the box once more to reveal the answer choices.

Click on the answer choice you think is the correct answer.

Note: There is sound associated with this game

Start Game

Question 1

A.) Answer A

B.) Answer B

C.) Answer C

D.) Answer D

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$100

Building employees feelings & attitudes

toward their job assignments

A.) Consensus

B.) Miserable

C.) Hostile

D.) Morale

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$200

The building facilitator is…

A.) Everyone

B.)Custodian

C.) School Board

D.) Principal

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$300

The classroom facilitator is …

A.) Teacher

B.) Parents

C.) School Board

D.) Custodian

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$500

Planned opportunities for staff to learn

A.) Team Time

B.) Professional Development

C.) School Service Time

D.) Regular Faculty Meeting

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$1,000

Being responsible for student learning is…

A.) Credibility

B.) Feasibility

C.) Accountability

D.) Responsibility

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$2,000

Analyzing test date to determine strengths & weaknesses

A.)Data Review

B.) Desegregation of test scores

C.) Data Alignment

D.) Scope & Sequence

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$4,000

Quick visits through the classroom

to monitor instruction are…

A.) Walk-throughs

B.) Sit-throughs

C.) Run-throughs

D.) Quick-throughs

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$8,000

Methods of teaching are also called

A.) Teacher-made tests

B.) Instructional Strategies

C.) Instructional Tasks

D.) School Strategies

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$16,000

Three key components, according to Schmoker,

that favor results and improvement

A.) Committees, goals, & parents

B.)Teamwork, goals, & data analysis

C.) Parents, communities, celebrations

D.) Discipline, attendance, & happiness

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$32,000

Bill put into place by the Bush administration

to ensure all children are achieving

A.) Texas School Plan

B.) Education and Secondary Bill

D.) NCLB

C.) Bush Education Plan

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$64,000

Factors that impact individual students in the

classroom, according to Marzano

A.) Student-level factors

B.) Teacher level Factors

C.) Community-level factors

D.) School-level factors

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$125,000

School-based team which assists in

decision making

A.) Grade Level Team

B.) Community Team

C.) Site Base Committee

D.) Vertical Team

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$250,000

Allowing others to lead…

A.) Teacher Leadership

B.) Distributed Leadership

C.) Involved Leadership

D.) Inclusive Leadership

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$500,000

Written statement of what a

school/organization envisions

“down the road”

A.) Vision

B.) Mission

C.) Board Review

D.) Overall School Plan

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$1,000,000

Norms for conduct that foster respectfulness

among peers, according to Schmoker

A.) Respect & Happiness

B.) Great & Professional

C.)Collegiality & Happiness

D.) Collegiality & Professionalism

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Congratulations!

You have completed the game. You may not have actually won $1,000,000 but you have now mastered leadership in schools! 

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