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En`act´ive


a.1.Having power to enact or establish as a law.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Again, to avoid a tragic fatalism that emerges from not taking responsibility for being in the present (an existential 'solitude', 'bond' or 'enchainment'), we must embrace a liberatory freedom that comes from being enactive in the present (ibid: p 79, 85, 89, 90-95).
As demonstrated by my young guide, gesturing toward the vehicle, spatial differentiation by way orientation comes to bear at an early age, enabling the child's sense of his/her situation and, as for Big Peter Tjupurrula, this schema is enactive over lengthy distances.
Based on Zimmerman (2000), it can be postulated that self-efficacy beliefs are shaped by enactive experiences (based on the outcome of personal experiences), vicarious experiences (self-comparisons with a model), verbal persuasion (outcomes described by an outsider), and perceived physiological reactions.
One's belief in that ability (self-efficacy belief) has been identified as the greatest predictor of successful performance and is influenced by four primary sources (enactive mastery experience, vicarious experience, verbal/social persuasion, physiological and affective states), in addition to personal and contextual influences.
(2017) Comparison of vitality states of finishers and withdrawers in trail running: An enactive and phenomenological perspective.
Lent and Hackett (1987) note such efficacy is attained through four major routes, one of which is enactive attainment (performance accomplishments) such as those acquired through Supervised Agricultural Experience.
Similar to Meichenbaum and Novaco's (1985) stress inoculation training and Kanfer and Goldstein's (1991) participant (enactive) guidance, CGI can be used to help clients visualize events that require specific adaptive strategies (e.g., confronting family members about alternative career choices).
Working from a qualitative action research perspective, they found that engaging teachers in a continuing professional development program helped them to become more self-efficacious by providing enactive mastery experiences that led to the development of practical knowledge about various aspects of research.
ICE is catalyst in authentic, deeply meaningful, and enactive learning for student(s) and teacher: individually, in partnership, and collectively.
This progression starts with an 'enactive' stage where learning should involve concrete experiences.
Shakespeare and Hegel, argues Kottman, share an enactive approach to their areas of creative thought, an affinity that reveals the philosophical stakes of Shakespearean drama and the dramatic character of Hegel's philosophy.