Two excellent bits from Lave and Wenger

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Specifically, from their essay in Daniels's An Introduction to Vygotsky. (If you care: Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger. "Practice, person, social world." An Introduction to Vygotsky. Ed. Harry Daniels. New York: Routledge, 2005. 149-156. Print.)

Importantly, Lave and Wenger are the big guns when it comes to talking about communities of practice. Below, two brilliant, poignant little bits from the above-mentioned essay.

"the centripetal development of full participants, and with it the successful production of a community of practice, also implies the replacement of old-timers" (155)

"communities of practice are engaged in the generative process of producing their own future" (155)

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