Learning as a child was an intuitive process most of us don't even remember. What we do remember are experiences. As we age, many of us become set in our ways, but the intuitive learner of our childhood still exists inside each of us. Creative thought and innovation are dependent on this intuitive way of learning much more than we realize. Join Casey Kimberley for an introduction to experiential learning theory and exploration of the power that play and reflection have in our daily lives, as well as its impact on future generations.