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Hi-- On the home page of lchc.ucsd there is a way to google the sight.
There is a TON of material there
on play and development. The most recent on relation between play and
symbolic development.

There are some unanswered notes about that around, to which perhaps you can
add a bit.

On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 10:05 AM, CAITLIN WUBBENA <cwubbena@gse.upenn.edu>wrote:

> Hi! I am a graduate student at Penn working on my Master's paper in
> foundations/philosophy of education. I am taking a course with Andrew
> Babson and he recommended I post here for some feedback/advice.
> Loosely, my topic is centered on Plato's notion of play/seriousness. I want
> to explore why intellectual play is vital for success in higher ed and
> envision this particular project (it's a relatively short lit review) as an
> analysis of the historical context that has allowed this conversation to
> happen in academia. At this point, I plan to cite Plato, Kierkegaard
> (Socratic irony), and Dewey. I've also been introduced to Vygotsky and
> Kendall Walton. The main challenge is bridging the conversation to higher
> ed.
> Any advice on where to go, books/articles to look into, etc would be
> greatly appreciated!
> -Caitlin
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