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Posted by  wita on March 23, 2004 at 01:49:04:

The BAC provides a unique environment. Most schools take a conventional linear approach to education: the student studies theory and design in a classroom, gets a chance to apply this in actual practice. At the BAC, however, classroom and practice are concurrent. What is learned in the classroom one day may be applied in the office the next. Work is not only part of school, work is school, just as much as the classroom or studio is. There is a constant knowledge transfer.
Examine your own life and describe a time when you found yourself either applying real-world knowledge in a classroom setting or applying classroom learning out in the "real world." Provide a detailed description of this situation and identify your objectives. Then detail the nature of the knowledge transfer and the degree to which it was successful. Finally, be sure to provide some thoughtful reflection on the situation and a critical analysis of why this transfer was or was not successful.

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