Wildman and Niles have conducted research on reflection in teaching A. Through their work with Virginia teachers, Wildman and Niles proved conclusively that reflection, though difficult, benefits both teachers and students. B. Wildman and Niles found that considerable training and practice are required to understand classroom events and develop the skills involved in reflection. C. Wildman and Niles identified three principles that teachers can use to help themselves cope with problems that may arise as a result of reflection. D. Wildman and Niles concluded that teachers need sufficient resources as well as the cooperation and encouragement of others to practice reflection. E. There are numerous obstacles to implementing reflection in schools and insufficient understanding of why teachers might want to reflect. F. Whether teachers can overcome the difficulties involved in reflection may depend on the nature and intensity of their motivation to reflect.