I have been re-reading Brown, Collins and Duguid (1989) “Situated cognition and the Culture of Learning”, in Educational Researcher 18.
I’d like to post a quote:
Unfortunately, students are too often asked to use the tools of a discipline without being able to adopt its culture. To learn to use tools as practitioners use them, a student, like an apprentice, must enter that community and its culture. Thus, in a significant way, learning is, we believe, a process of enculturation. (p.33)
(posted by Hannah Forsyth)