The vocabulary you have and fluency that you speak with in large part determine how educated you come off to others around you. In any industry there is a particular vocabulary that you need to be understood by your peers. Education is notorious for having a steep learning curve to understand the vernacular.
It almost seems like we’re trying to manufacture educational lingo to make ourselves feel smarter. It’s a good thing that I really learned the skill of context clues growing up because otherwise I would have no idea what more learned educators are talking about. I’m all for making sure that people understand what you’re saying by using vocabulary to your advantage, but let’s not get silly.
At the same time there seems to be a weird merging of business vocabulary and educational lingo. As if it weren’t difficult enough to parse through the acronyms in the education world, now I have to start learning the hybrid business-education dialect as well.