proactively

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Etymology[edit]

proactive +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

proactively (comparative more proactively, superlative most proactively)

  1. In a proactive manner; so as to look or plan ahead.
    • 2017, Di Zou; James Lambert, “Feedback methods for student voice in the digital age”, in British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 48, number 5, page 1084:
      [D]uring each lecture, an observation journal was kept to record what happened in the classroom, focusing on whether and when students enjoyed or proactively participated in classroom activities.

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