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reflective

adjective abstruse, astute, complicated, deep, erudite, esoteric, intellectual, intellectually profound, penetrating, perceptive, philosophical, profound, sagacious, sage, scholarly, thoughtful, wise
Associated concepts: deep constituted interpretation
See also: aforethought, circumspect, cogitative, deliberate, esoteric, pensive, profound, rational, solemn
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Categories obtained in the first phase of analysis Category n Broader view 8 Contextual view 4 Decision-making 7 Supervision 3 Systematization 1 Confidence 5 Therapeutic relationship 5 Realism 2 Speed of action 2 Procedural planning 5 Insight 3 Detailed observation 6 More theoretical knowledge 8 Leadership 7 Manage stress 3 Research 2 Individualization 1 Humanization 2 Conflict management 4 Example for the team 1 Specificity in the area of activity 4 Dexterity 9 Defines priorities 4 Creates knowledge 2 Deeper practical knowledge 9 Deepened knowledge 4 Communication skills 5 Differentiated capacity for response 7 Ability to anticipate 3 Consistent assessment 3 Articulation of theory and practice 3 Act reflectively 6 Agent of change 1 Adaptation 3 Update 3 Total 145 Table 2.
Equally, reflectively accepted change experiences may be reconstrued as instances of reflectively troubling or rejected change, and vice-versa.
As with the previous chapter, this one encourages the reader to think reflectively.
In particular, Lear thinks we must rethink the "reflective distance" model of practical identity recently advocated by Korsgaard, for an agent who has reflectively endorsed the ideals of his various practical identities might, at the same time, be ignoring and suppressing significant and important unconscious practical identities.
In addition to questioning beliefs/values and assumptions, the advantages of teaching reflectively are many, for individual teachers, the teaching profession, and schools that are willing to employ and encourage its use.
Just as Sosa denies that anything can play the role of a reflectively accessible regress-stopper with respect to our a priori justifications, so too does he deny that anything can play the role of a reflectively accessible regress-stopper with respect to our a posteriori justifications.
On one end of the spectrum, there are decontextual approaches which involve exposing students to various "black box" activities (Lederman & Abd-El-Khalick, 1998) and having them explicitly/ reflectively examine relevant NOS tenets.
And a New Middle East it was, although not the one that Rice and Olmert reflectively envisioned in Jerusalem; a different one, which changed the political landscape in Lebanon in favor of Hezbollah, and denied Israel any sense of victory.
They relate the development of narrative medicine to relationship-centered care, arguing that narrative medicine can help physicians to develop the skills required to practice relationship-centered care, such as reading and telling complex stories, writing reflectively, compassionate presence, and exercising the moral imagination.
Valverde adds reflectively, "We also saw changes in them.
The American Constitution is the great instrument that it is because its principles have been applied rationally and reflectively by astute and creative judges,not by wooden automatons worshiping at the altar of mindless textualism and blind tradition.