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capable of physically reflecting light or sound

devoted to matters of the mind

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The ability to act reflectively implies "allowing for moments of reflection" (i35) and "critical reflection on the daily work" (i15), the use of "critical thinking" (i17), acting "methodically and reflectively" (i48), taking advantage of the "experience acquired in different settings" (i46) and the "ability to compare facts and experiences" (i48) so as to "solve and overcome new problems" (i31) with "humbleness and awareness of the limitations and impact of their actions" (i49).
c) Reflectively Troubling Or Rejected Change: This variant contains those change experiences that are designated as being unwanted, unfair, unacceptable and/or intolerable such that our focus rests upon attempts to reject, prevent, reduce or deny their occurrence.
Reflectively, we find our deepest emotions, like love and hate.
A diligent reading of this chapter carefully will have you begin thinking reflectively.
Sooner or later there is going to be an issue that touches or affects you, so now is the time to prepare and coach your mind to tackle these issue thoughtfully and reflectively, and not just jump to conclusions that might get you into trouble or make you look like an idiot.
In retrospect, I can say that McLaughlin's letters were generally sparse, intense, and reflectively written.
But, Lear argues, one's practical identity is not simply exhausted by what one reflectively adopts as a practical identity.
Everyone fell to nodding reflectively and draining glasses.
This means that the desire and willingness to question and to think critically or think reflectively must come naturally or be cultivated through practice.
At its best it may have been a group of teachers working together on an extended programme of continuing professional development sharing experiences and expertise reflectively and honestly.
Students were guided to reinvent mathematical concepts by reflectively instrumenting entrained perceptuomotor competence with interpolated symbolical artifacts.
The presenter perches reflectively on a rock above the mountains of Nepal/ Kalahari Desert/grey-green waters of the Limpopo (delete as applicable).
Perhaps we should think that facts about whether I am properly exercising one of my epistemic powers are themselves inaccessible to my powers of reflection because they metaphysically entail facts that are not themselves reflectively accessible.
Science education research draws attention to the importance of having students explicitly and reflectively consider NOS tenets during instruction (Howe & Rudge, 2005; Khisthe & Abd-ElKhalick, 2002).
Those willing to read as reflectively as this novel demands will find it more than worth the time and effort.