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“In order to be credible and legitimate, a practicum must become a world with its own culture, including its own language, norms, and rituals. Otherwise, it may be overwhelmed by the academic and professional cultures that surround it. But if it succeeds too well in establishing its own culture, isolated from the larger worlds of university and practice, then it may become, in the pejorative sense, an artifice—in Herman Hesse’s words, a “glass bead game.”

  • Donald A. Schön 1987 “Educating the Reflective Practitioner” p170
 
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