3361 views To be honest, there's probably very little difference between my description of a learning ecosystem and Etienne Wenger's definition of a Community of Practice:Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something&hellip. Such a grouping would have a political status unscarred by the sort of horrible outrages that still besmirch the respectability of the Russians, Chinese, and even the Germans and Japanese. These principles (which are currently being reviewed) recognise that building an inclusive Australia is a shared responsibility between everyone in the community.
I may just be being picky, but using language like this right at the start doesn't bode well for the rest of the book. from laneway bars to world class events and festivals, everything you need to know is just a tap away. Many of our Criminal Group members also have expertise in regulatory work involving matters as diverse as fisheries, animal welfare, health and safety, Jockey Club disciplinary hearings and proceedings before the General Medical Council.