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From awkward teenager to athlete, neuroscientist, speaker, and consultant. Read my story.

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Our current featured member is Mike Petruso, a FUNction Community Member for 2 years now. Any of our members can tell you that Mike lives play in a very pure way as a father, teacher, and instructor. It seems like play comes out of this man’s pores!

Move Theory Articles

  • Sh*t Kids Need More Than iPads...

    I will recommend here several products of greater value than an iPad.
    This article is pure propaganda/marketing from the Life Store, a store that has been in business from the dawn of humankind.  Yes, I am trying to influence your “purchase”.  
    During the past 2 decades, while …

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  • A Baltimore Native Speaks...

     
    The Neighborhood Neuroscientist says…
    There have been so many opinions on what is happening in Baltimore.  Last week, I asked my friend Franklin Fitzgerald, an East Baltimore native, fellow Hampton University Alumnus, wonderful father, and talented photographer/videographer for his thoughts on Baltimore.  This is what he …

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  • A (Typical) Roller Coaster Night wi...

    The Neighborhood Neuroscientist says…
    This article is about a moment in our life, The Sweet Girl and I. This is not a request for parenting advice or accolades. It is just a story about how complex parenting can be, as well as how sweet and simple …

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    The Danger In Our Interpretations o...

    Addendum:  If you are finding it difficult to understand the purpose of this article and what it offers, here you go:  
    Kids’ lives are being altered and derailed because people often misinterpret research.  I am offering here, in this article, some context and tools you …

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    Connect Four To Solve Education: A...

    I have worked both inside and outside the educational system, and have a plethora of family members that work in and with educational systems at every level. In that experience, I find what people typically “say” about education to be closer to “some truth” than …

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