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ADDITIONAL SUGGESTIONS

Anything by Mike Eisenberg

Carol Dweck's work on growth mindset.

The work of the Maker Effect Foundation (http://www.themakereffect.org/maker-mindset/)

The Connected Learning Group (http://connectedlearning.tv/what-is-connected-learning)

Work from the Exploratorium, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Lawrence Hall of Science.

Edith Ackerman's work on play and learning

Professional connections (PIE, Tinkering, ASTC COP, etc) are significant sources.