Objective 2 investigates genome diversification and stability in early embryos and putative self-corrective
mechanisms that restore the genetic quality of embryos.
The gift, amidst all of this rabble, is that you now have an embodied, galvanized self-corrective
guidance system you can mast in and rely on.
But I don't know any country that has been more transparent, more self-corrective
, more willing to say, 'Maybe we shouldn't have done this.
She said that we are trying to develop BISP into an institution having inbuilt self-corrective
mechanism to ensure objectivity, transparency and sustainability of the institution.
The method is one of continual skepticism, self-critical and self-corrective
, seeking data which are independently verifiable.
It is by means of this self-corrective
critical methodology that science has made such strides.
The NCECT framework refers to these processes as self-corrective
, selfdirected, self-monitored thinking (Foundation for Critical Thinking, 2004).
The studies conducted to date in our laboratories and classrooms have used the IF AT form as a tool to examine how the opportunity to answer until correct, coupled with immediate self-corrective
feedback, enhances student learning.
The pre- and post-commentary are further supplements to the public, self-corrective
enterprise that is scientific/scholarly research and publication.
The markets possess sustaining self-corrective
capabilities,'' he said.
It is perhaps a poignant paraphrase of Chief Pierre's self-corrective
Baldwin in effect, then, has portrayed Christianity as self-corrective