Thank you for completing the 2017-2018 Instructor Quiz! All of these answers can be found in the Teaching Theory and Disabilities and Adaptive Information Section of the Winter Instructor Manual. It is helpful to have a copy of the manual open and in front of you while answering questions.  The questions are ordered more or less in chronological order with the Manual.  Some questions will require more than one answer, please read the question carefully. At the end of the quiz, you will receive your score. Anyone scoring above 90% will be awarded a special surprise at training!  You can put in 2 hours under "Clinic" for completing the quiz, which will count towards voucher hours, if you complete the quiz PRIOR to your training!

* 1. What is your full name?

* 2. What is the best way to teach a student about Your Responsibility Code?

* 3. Please select from the list below points of Your Responsibility Code, (select all that apply).

* 4. When using the Moving (Magic) Carpet you should, (select all that apply):

* 5. From the list below, please select important points regarding chairlift safety, (select all that apply).

* 6. What is the correct term to use if you need the Lift Attendant to stop the chair as quickly as possible during a load?

* 7. The hand signals which should be used when signaling the Lift Attendant at the top of the lift are, (select all that apply):

* 8. DSES Instructors:

* 9. Please select all that are correct if you have a student sustain an injury while skiing or riding

* 10. Please select correct answers from the list below:  You are assigned a student who has had a seizure 5 months ago of a type which can endanger her on the chairlift.  You should:

* 11. Please select the statements which best describe the American Teaching System.        

* 12. True or False:  Understanding the CAP Model allows the instructor to tailor communication so that it is easily understood, anticipate and handle typical emotional behaviors and select skiing and riding tasks which are appropriate for the physical development of the person.

* 13. Please select from the list below components of the 5 Skiing Fundamentals, (select all that apply).

* 14. The two components:  Instructor Behavior and Student Behavior fall under which Model?

* 15. The Instructor creates an enriching skiing or riding experience by: (select two)

* 16. DSES demographics show that ___% of our students have a physical disability.

* 17. One way to describe, analyze and teach Alpine Skiing is to use the Skiing Skills Concept.  Which of the following are the four components of the Skills Concept, (select all that apply)?

* 18. Select a statement which best describes what happens in the Initiation Phase of a turn.

* 19. Select a statement which best describes what happens in the Shaping Phase of a turn.

* 20. Please select the correct order of Alpine tasks in terms of lower to higher levels of skill development:

* 21. Please select the correct order for the following Snowboard Tasks in terms of lower to higher levels of skill development:

* 22. Please select the correct order of steps using the First Time Alpine Ski Progression from lower to higher levels of skill development:

* 23. From the DSES First Time Alpine Progression:  When introducing the Discovery Chairlift the first step stated is to:

* 24. True or False: Remind student to wedge immediately upon standing up while unloading the chairlift.

* 25. The Adaptive First Time Progression is designed to: (select all that apply)

* 26. Please use the Alpine Novice Progression to select the answer with the correct order:

* 27. Please select the fundamental skill/movement to emphasize when introducing wedge turns whenever possible and practical for the student:

* 28. Please select from the list below the student learning styles found in the DSES Winter Instructor Manual, (select all that apply).

* 29. Please select an appropriate teaching strategy for a “Watcher” from the list below:

* 30. Please select an appropriate teaching strategy for a “Doer” from the list below:

* 31. Please select an appropriate teaching strategy for a “feeler” from the list below:

* 32. Please select an appropriate teaching strategy for a “Thinker” from the list below:

* 33. PDAS stands for:

* 34. Please select activities from the list below which fit into the “Play” step of the PDAS lesson plan:

* 35. Please select activities from the list below which fit into the “Drill” step of the PDAS lesson plan, (select all that apply):

* 36. Please select an activity from the list below which fit into the “Adventure” step of the PDAS lesson plan:

* 37. True or False:  You should try to introduce new terrain near the end of the lesson.

* 38. From the list below, please select the traits great adaptive instructors posses, (select all that apply).

* 39. Which of the following are NOT Red Flags of Autism Spectrum Disorder, (select all that apply)?

* 40. A commonly referred to subset of ASD, (Autism Spectrum Disorder) is called:

* 41. ASD is described as a spectrum disorder because:

* 42. From the list below, which strategies would be good to take with a student with ASD who likes routine and order, (select all that apply)?

* 43. Discomfort with loud noises or bright lights can be considered an example of which characteristic of individuals with ASD

* 44. True or False:  Cerebral Palsy is a progressive disability

* 45. Which is NOT a Red Flag for Cerebral Palsy

* 46. Please select options which are symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, (select all that apply).

* 47. Which is NOT a Red Flag for Down Syndrome

* 48. True or False:  A Learning Disability is indicative of low intelligence

* 49. A spinal cord injury in which some motor function remains below the level of injury is called a(n)

* 50. Which are NOT Red Flags for someone who has Spina Bifida, (select all that apply).

* 51. Please select the correct order of regions of vertebrae starting from the lowest to the highest.

* 52. Which are NOT a Red Flags for someone with a spinal cord injury, (select all that apply).

* 53. True or False:  Visual impairments are only caused by diseases or injuries to the eye(s) or optic nerve.

* 54. True or False:  Multiple Sclerosis is a hereditary disease due to muscle fiber degeneration.

* 55. True or False:  Traumatic Brain Injuries can often be secondary injuries related to other disabilities or trauma such as Amputations, PTSD, and Spinal Cord Injuries

* 56. True or False:  Most people with visual impairments are totally blind

* 57. True or False:  Muscular Dystrophy is progressive and degenerative

* 58. Which are NOT Red Flags for Muscular Dystrophy, (select all that apply).

* 59. True or False:  The following are ALL Red Flags for someone with an amputation or limb deficiency: Balance, Fatigue, Frostbite/cold susceptibility, Pressure friction sores, Bruising/bleeding, Leg length/alignment issues.

* 60. A person who arrives at DSES in a high backed motorized wheelchair and shows an inability to balance on the edge of their chair would likely be a candidate for what piece of adaptive equipment?

* 61. Which are NOT Red Flags of someone with a Traumatic Brain Injury, (select all that apply).

* 62. Which steps below are NOT part of the DSES Student Assessment Model

* 63. A person with a complete spinal cord injury who shows up at DSES in a low backed wheelchair and can balance on the edge of their chair might be a candidate for a:  (select all that apply)

* 64. True or False:  A thorough Student Assessment should be made before every lesson.

* 65. True or False:  Someone with a BK amputation may end up enjoying 3 or 4 track skiing.

* 66. Someone with a AK amputation would be a good candidate for a: (select all that apply)

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