Question 1 of 40
When cleaning blood spills indoors, teachers should:
A. use a disinfecting solution of ¼ cup bleach to 1 quart of water.
B. wipe once with absorbent paper towels
C. throw soiled towel in a wastepaper basket that children do not use
D. after disinfecting solution is used, wash the area with soap and water and wipe with paper towels.
Question 2 of 40
Giving CPR to children differs from adults because CPR includes:
A. rescue breaths only for children.
B. compressions, plus two rescue breaths for children.
C. compressions, plus two rescue breaths for adults.
D. rescue breaths only for adults.
Question 3 of 40
Temporary confusion or loss of consciousness, uncontrolled jerking of arms, legs and head, staring straight ahead with no recognition, are symptoms of:
D. electrical shock.
Question 4 of 40
Which of the following is the MOST frequent form of child maltreatment?
A. Emotional abuse
B. Physical abuse
C. Sexual abuse
Question 5 of 40
Safety measures designed to help prevent the transmission of bloodborne diseases are called:
A. universal precautions.
B. safety standards.
C. bloodborne management plans.
D. emergency response procedures.
Question 6 of 40
Which of the following groups is at highest risk based on the racial distribution of perpetrators of child maltreatment?
B. African Americans
Question 7 of 40
The majority of child fatalities due to maltreatment in 2010 were due to:
A. physical abuse.
B. sexual abuse.
C. a combination of types of maltreatment.
Question 8 of 40
Forcing a child to drink huge quantities of water or laxatives could be considered:
A. physical abuse.
B. emotional abuse.
D. not abusive by definition.
Question 9 of 40
Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding the ability to be resilient after maltreatment?
A. Younger children tend to be more resilient.
B. Children who know their abuser find it easier to cope with the effects of maltreatment.
C. A child who experiences a single incidence of abuse may be better able to cope than a child who has been neglected over a long period of time.
D. Younger children tend to be more responsive to appropriate therapies following experiences of abuse or neglect.
Question 10 of 40
Efforts to protect children from abuse first emerged from the:
A. Child Welfare Information Gateway.
B. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
C. Child Abuse Prevention Gateway.
D. Department of Public and Regulatory Services.
Question 11 of 40
Gloves, goggles, spray bottles, soap, and bags for safe disposal are items that should be included in a:
A. blood-spill kit.
B. burn kit.
C. vomit-spill kit.
D. pet cage cleaning kit.
Question 12 of 40
All of following are considered physical abuse EXCEPT:
A. depriving a child of food.
B. fabricating illness and claiming the child has symptoms that do not exist.
C. poisoning with huge amounts of water.
D. intentional, violent shaking.
Question 13 of 40
Which of the following statements is true about children who have a disability? They are:
A. less likely to be abused than a child who does not have a disability.
B. more than twice as likely to be abused than a child who does not have a disability.
C. half as likely to be abused as a child who does not have a disability.
D. about as likely to be abused as a child who does not have a disability.
Question 14 of 40
Learning how to use epinephrine auto injectors for children with allergies is an example of:
A. a director’s duties.
B. special emergency response training for teachers.
C. standard CPR requirements.
D. minimum health standards.
Question 15 of 40
Child death from maltreatment is most often caused by:
A. the mother.
B. the father.
C. a close relative.
D. the stepparent.
Question 16 of 40
Increasing shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness or pain, and high levels of distress are symptoms of a(n):
B. panic attack.
C. asthma attack.
Question 17 of 40
If effective CPR is provided within minutes of cardiac arrest, then:
A. professional medical assistance is no longer needed.
B. side effects of cardiac arrest are decreased.
C. the chances of survival can be increased.
D. brain death will not occur.
Question 18 of 40
A mother who causes a child to become ill, inducing symptoms of disease, or fabricating illness, is exhibiting behaviors of:
A. physical abuse.
B. emotional abuse.
C. Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy.
D. medical neglect.
Question 19 of 40
An emergency management plan does NOT include:
A. options for taking shelter.
B. a plan for anticipating potential threats.
C. children’s names and parents’ phone numbers.
D. a plan for transporting children.
Question 20 of 40
Which of the following statements is true about the actual definition of child maltreatment?
A. The actual definition may vary from state to state.
B. The federal definition is stricter and more detailed when compared by states.
C. The federal definition and state definition are the same.
D. States are not allowed to further define child maltreatment.
Part 2 of 2 –
Question 21 of 40
All of the following help teachers to create an environment that enhances and supports the natural rhythms of eating EXCEPT:
A. avoiding emotional upset during lunchtime.
B. planning meals and snacks every 3–4 hours.
C. serving meals that are appealing to children’s sight, aroma, and taste.
D. ignoring distractions such as parents coming early to pick up children during meal times.
Question 22 of 40
Children’s social and emotional development is:
B. not predictable.
Question 23 of 40
Characteristics of social and emotional development of 2-year-olds include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. imitating behaviors of others.
B. interacting cooperatively with others.
C. showing defiant behaviors.
D. demonstrating increased independence.
Question 24 of 40
Carbohydrates, such as rice, maize, cassava, wheat, and beans, used in different cultures are important because they:
A. provide glucose, which is the common fuel for all cells and the only source of energy for the brain.
B. are an expensive but nutritious sources of energy.
C. are low in fiber and therefore prevent diarrhea when consumed in large amounts.
D. are rich in saturated fats which helps prevent heart disease.
Question 25 of 40
The transport of nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract into the body is called:
Question 26 of 40
__________ are a macronutrient that is necessary for growth and repair of the body, the regulation of the processes within the body, and sometimes if needed is used for energy.
Question 27 of 40
The fastest rate of brain development growth occurs:
B. from the last trimester of pregnancy to age 2.
C. from birth to 1 year.
D. from ages 3 to 5.
Question 28 of 40
Current focus on children’s mental health includes each of the following EXCEPT:
A. increasing awareness of childhood mental illness.
B. reducing the stigma of mental disorders.
C. strengthening the mental health evaluation and treatment of mental disorders.
D. mandating parent education for children with mental disorders.
Question 29 of 40
Critical elements of social and emotional development during the first year of life do NOT include:
Question 30 of 40
From one to two years of age, children are:
Question 31 of 40
Biological factors influencing children’s mental health include all of the following EXCEPT:
C. environmental toxins.
D. physical and health attributes.
Question 32 of 40
A limiting amino acid in food refers to:
A. animal sources of food that lack an essential amino acid.
B. plant sources of food that have a limited amount of a particular essential amino acid.
C. are found in abundantly in plant foods but are limited in animal sources.
D. are amino acids that come from fats and therefore must be limited.
Question 33 of 40
Developing a social smile, enjoying playing with people, imitating movements and facial expressions, and expressing communication with face and body are characteristics typical of the first:
A. month of life.
B. 3 months of life.
C. 6 months of life.
D. year of life.
Question 34 of 40
A focused and healthy approach to help guide 2-year-olds is:
A. scolding inappropriate behaviors.
B. withdrawing affection for undesirable behaviors.
C. establishing clear boundaries.
D. limiting exploration.
Question 35 of 40
It is important for teachers to choose foods that match children’s ability to chew because:
A. the start of digestive action takes place when foods are chewed.
B. this reduces the risk of choking.
C. taste buds work more affectively when food is chewed.
D. chewing is essential for saliva production.
Question 36 of 40
Mental health refers to children’s abilities to do each the following EXCEPT:
A. understand and manage their emotions and behaviors.
B. function positively with others in age and developmentally appropriate ways.
C. form meaningful relationships.
D. engage in perspective taking.
Question 37 of 40
Absorbed nutrients are transported to the different cells within the body and are used to generate energy in a process called:
D. energy release.
Question 38 of 40
Complex carbohydrates include:
A. starch and sugar.
B. sugar and dietary fiber.
C. starch and dietary fiber.
D. high fiber and sugar.
Question 39 of 40
Which of the following is LEAST likely to help prevent constipation in young children?
A. More frequent meals and snacks
B. Opportunities to drink more water
C. Nutritious foods rich in fiber
D. Sufficient time for physical activities
Question 40 of 40
Social and emotional development is linked to and considered part of:
A. the continuum of mental health.
B. bodily wellness.
C. interpersonal relationships.
D. mental disorders.