specular reflection

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specular reflection

a reflection from a smooth surface, such as a mirror. In ultrasonography, such reflections are from smooth surfaces such as organ walls.
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After studying and discussing various models of adult's learning (Kolb, 1992; Brookfield, 1995, Friere, 1972), the researchers decided to introduce professional development portfolio (PDP) during practicum with an expectation that self-audit, learning plans, regular reflection and action planning would improve student teachers' professional skills.
This can be reached by using continuous and proactive training (live and in-line) and through regular reflection workgroups where employees and their supervisor go through cases and talk openly about the issues and dilemmas in different structures.
The simple, commonsense ideas that I have found to work invite teachers to think about why they entered teaching, to visualize those purposes in action, to target models to learn from, to practice the skills of negotiation, and to engage in regular reflection.
It also allows for a changing curriculum, provides an overview of the curriculum for all stakeholders and encourages regular reflection on what is to be taught and what was taught.
Two regular reflection heads handle transparent and mirror-surface workpieces; three diffuse reflection heads are able to measure black rubber and dark plastic workpieces.
In addition to clarifying values, evidence that regular reflection was also associated with good learning environments suggests that students benefit from repeated, rather than isolated, opportunities to connect community service to the course content.
There must be planned and regular reflection on the demonstration of ethical behavior in daily camp life.