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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    Thanks for sharing this Andrew. Couldn't agree more.

    • Andrew Shauver

      You are very welcome. I appreciate the platform for good conversation.

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      I got my Child Development certificate at UCLA and that's the one thing that was emphasized in every class. It's so important to learn play not only to develop emotional control and social skills, but also how to innovate, problem solve, and understand physics through body movement.

      • Andrew Shauver

        I agree, although from observation only. It is interesting to me that you bring up body movement as this is often the first thing that academia seems to try to eliminate. Sir Ken Robinson speaks powerfully to this point. If you haven't had the pleasure of hearing him, look him up on