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Translation starts in one language, and converts to a second. But it doesn't change the languages or the people who "speak" them. We propose -instead of translation -the joint development of theory and practice that becomes a common language, a common language of a community of scholar-practitioners. This paper describes the work of two scholar-practitioners committed to addressing a pressing problem of practice: the educational attainment and skills required for positive outcomes in the 21stdoi:10.28953/2375-8643.1029 fatcat:h7lsnpuy6zhdxlveo74yo4zkvq