The Role of Reflection in Shaping Physical Education Teachers' Educational Values and Practices
- Teaching preservice physical education teachers to reflect. Placek, Judith H.; Smyth, Donna M. // Physical Educator;Spring95, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p106
Evaluates a project which aimed to teach reflective thinking to undergraduate physical education teachers at two institutions in the United States. Definition of reflective thinking; Need for and importance of reflective thinking; Difficulties in teaching students to become reflective; Factors...
- What anti-individualists cannot know a priori. Nuccetelli, Susana // Analysis;Jan1999, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p48
Focuses on the incompatibility of anti-individualism and privileged self-knowledge with an attempt to hold that one could know a priori propositions that are knowable only empirically. Use of construal of a priori knowledge to raise an incompatibilists objection; Application of the knowledge of...
- L.S. Vygotsky and A.R. Luria: Foundations of Neuropsychology. Akhutina, T. V. // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology;May-Aug2003, Vol. 41 Issue 3/4, p159
Explores the foundations of neuropsychology. Concerns on the development of neuropsychological principles; Difference between human and animal behaviors; Mechanism of the reflexive reaction.
- REFLEXIVE FICTION. Stoltzfus, Ben // Contemporary Literature;Winter84, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p506
Focuses on the nature of the reflexive and self-conscious texts in fiction. Context of a paradoxical and conceptualization of a limited being; Analysis of writer Bruce Kawin on the phenomenology of self; Views on The Mind of the Novel, a fiction by Bruce Kawin.
- A NOTE ON REFLEXIVITY IN PERSONALITY THEORIES. Dolliver, Robert H.; Woodward, Bruce T. // Journal of Individual Psychology (00221805);May75, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p18
Examines the term reflexivity in personality theories. Relationship between the personality of the theorist and his personality theory; Views on personal construct theory; Examples of personality theorist's experience being an influence on their theories.
- Boghossian on externalism and privileged access. Brown, Jessica // Analysis;Jan1999, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p52
Focuses on the reductio arguments of the form of content externalism proposed by McKinsey. Relation between externalism and the nature of self-knowledge; Application of the reductio argument on different varieties of externalist theses; Discussion on Boghossian's argument on the sort of...
- THE MOST STRESSFUL JOB: YOURS! // Body Bulletin;Jan1992, p2
Discusses steps to decide whether an individual is fit for his job. Acquisition of self knowledge; Exercise to list the work to be done in a job; Priorities in the list; Comparison of identified priorities with skills and duties of a job.
- Learning to know ourselves. // American Salesman;Apr94, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p14
Discusses ways on how to learn to know oneself. Self-knowledge as the first step in personal development; Proper handling of pride and self-love; Development of given talents and skills; Disadvantages in always comparing oneself with others; Consideration of others in conversations and in other...
- Introspection as a Method of Raising Critical Language Awareness. Ogulnick, Karen L. // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development;Mar99, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p145
Examines the use of introspection in applied research to raise critical language awareness. Definition of language awareness; Historical background of the use of introspection in education; Use of diaries as sources of data in different fields; Diaries as reflective tools; Language learning's...