Apologies. This was too late and too wrong! Problem of rushing
through loads of emails in the wrong direction!
On 19 Oct 2006, at 09:27, Shirley Franklin wrote:
> This page cmae up when I googled your excerpt: not Lave, tho
> On 18 Oct 2006, at 21:15, Gordon Wells wrote:
>> Sorry to bother you all again. Does anyone recognize this quote
>> from Jean Lave. If so, could you give me the full reference,
>> including page number, if possible.
>> Crafting identities is a social process, and becoming more
>> knowledgeably skilled is an aspect of participation in social
>> practice. By such reasoning, who you are
>> becoming shapes crucially and fundamentally what you "know." "What
>> you know" may be better thought of as doing rather than having
>> something - "knowing" rather than acquiring or accumulating
>> knowledge or information. "Knowing" is a relation among
>> communities of practice, participation in
>> practice, and the generation of identities as part of becoming
>> part of ongoing practice and of individuals' varying patterns of
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Gordon Wells
>> Dept of Education, http://education.ucsc.edu/faculty/gwells
>> UC Santa Cruz.
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