“Strangely, it doesn’t seem as though Jimmy’s doing well under these conditions.” -Jacob Popcak
“The most important skills that children everywhere must learn in order to live happy, productive, moral lives are skills that cannot be taught in school. Such skills cannot be taught at all. They are learned and practised by children in play. These include the abilities to think creatively, to get along with other people and cooperate effectively, and to control their own impulses and emotions.”
– Peter Gray, Give Childhood Back to Children
See our February 2014 edition of the eMagazine.