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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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The auditor rated teachers based on their level of reflectiveness, resourcefulness, relentlessness, school supports, and preparation.
We see growth and development when learners' confidence and independence become congruent with their actual abilities and skills, content knowledge, use of experience, and reflectiveness about their own learning.
They are honesty (being truthful, unbiased), courage (as in courage to pursue long-term, morally-desirable goals), care, fairness (as in distribution of time to students as well as in discipline), and practical wisdom (born of reflectiveness and good judgement, and interwoven with the first four virtues).
Brightness of colour, translucency and reflectiveness are obviously not characteristic of terracotta, although paint, glaze (not known in the ancient Americas) and burnishing can add these qualities to some degree.
This is perhaps implicit in his assertion that only through time can we have any intuition of ourselves: reflectiveness, self examination, and human consciousness have always been treasured subjects in philosophy and epistemology, and space can make no contribution to this study if it is only the means by which we perceive things other than ourselves.
Instant safety for runners, cyclists and children on the walk to school, the Ron Hill Snapband is a 30cm loop of reflectiveness that snaps on to your arm or leg.
Once youth have attained this frame of reference, they then have the ability to choose, with both intentionality and reflectiveness, how to respond in ways that are self-affirming and consistent with their sense of fairness and justice.
Lent is a time for self- examination, for real reflectiveness.
Those gatherings inform the parts of In Memoriam which recall Hallam's brilliance in argument, his physical beauty as he spoke, and the sober quiet reflectiveness of the friends as they thrashed out the issues to which they addressed themselves.
ultrahigh competence standard, in terms of reflectiveness and prudence,
In it, Bill introduces us to the five Rs of learning: resourcefulness, resilience, reflectiveness, responsiveness and remembering (sorry to ask, but isn't that last one a bit obvious?
This added to his reflectiveness, and the experience of loss and the potential for recovery and redemption become prominent in his poetry.