repeated reflection

repeated reflection

[ri′pēd·əd ri′flek·shən]
(geophysics)
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I therefore propose meta-reflection based on career construction principles and practices to provide a personal and thoughtful examination of repeated reflection in career counseling.
What sets the Blackwell handbook apart is not just its sustained attention to modernist studies as such, but its repeated reflection on the relationship between theory and literature, theory and the arts.
Lightwave is transmitted in the optical fiber by repeated reflection on the interface between core and cladding as schematically shown in Fig.
Habit formation begins with intentional decisions, made on the basis of repeated reflection, repeated deliberate choices--habit of the mind.
The features include: view modeling; course content used in context; information presented about the content; repeated reflection on/use of a limited number of principles; experienced teacher participation; assigned readings; integrating concepts across courses and/or sequencing courses; discussing, analyzing, or solving problems with peers; trying out/practicing course content; individual assignments; interaction with instructors; and experiencing the principle over an extended period.
Step inside and you face the storefront windows and a parade of pedestrians, but you'll be captivated by repeated reflections of yourself.
519-532)." Indeed, experienced in-service teachers seeking to obtain National Teacher Board Certification are required to conduct rigorous and repeated reflections of their daily classroom activities by videotaping their classroom teaching and by submitting reflective entries in a professional journal (National Board for Professional Teaching Standards).
In a highly reverberant (acoustically reflective) room, even a small noise source can cause a high noise level because of repeated reflections. By increasing the room's absorption, reflections and, therefore, noise levels, are reduced.

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