Reflection occurs after the experience whatever it may be. If the thought process resulting from reflection leads to adapting or altering teaching strategies is this responsive? Or is responsive teaching the immediate adaptation to learners and their challenges or situations arising during class?
This brings up a question about improvisation. Is improvisation a reflection or reaction to impetus or movement or thought? Does improvisation lead to reflection which leads to response or adaptation? Or do improvisation and reflection occur simultaneously? Is responding the same as adapting?
Is immersion improvisation, adaptive, or responsive? Does immersion always lead to reflection?