Previous School’s Out – Who is Don Wettrick Next School’s Out – Your Environment Helps Create You Podcast School’s Out – Seven Ways Schooling May Block Your Desire to Learn August 30, 201833 views1 min read Add comment Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email Previous School’s Out – Who is Don Wettrick Next School’s Out – Your Environment Helps Create You You may also like Audio Podcast School’s Out – Who is Don Wettrick 23 views1 min read Audio Podcast School’s Out – Your Environment Helps Create You 22 views1 min read Audio Podcast School’s Out – Does School Value Creativity? 65 views1 min read Add comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website @philip.mottInstagram has returned empty data. Please authorize your Instagram account in the plugin settings .@philipmott1Philip MottFollowFather of 3. Looking to connect with and follow those who treat kids like people. #unschooling #buildtrust #constantactsofkindness #kidsarepeoplePhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·3hI generally follow this simple precept: Don't ask children questions you already know the answer to. I think it stops me from talking too much around my kids. I feel I can get tuned out if I talk too much.Reply on Twitter 1222570240153919490Retweet on Twitter 12225702401539194901Like on Twitter 12225702401539194903Twitter 1222570240153919490Retweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedBruce L. Smith@numbalum89·4h“A lot of parenting and teaching techniques are socially approved bullying...” Reply on Twitter 1222559292185817088Retweet on Twitter 12225592921858170888Like on Twitter 122255929218581708818Twitter 1222559292185817088Retweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedKristina Kuzmic@KristinaKuzmic·5hHome should be where we talk about ALL of the things, instead of none of the things. Create a home where your kids can open up about anything and they‘ll know you won’t dismiss them or shut them down. #366KKtipsReply on Twitter 1222544257518456834Retweet on Twitter 122254425751845683416Like on Twitter 122254425751845683489Twitter 1222544257518456834Philip Mott@PhilipMott1·5hListening is the primary skill that good parents use to influence their kids. Not talking. Not commanding. Not punishing. #kidsarepeopleReply on Twitter 1222544563484733441Retweet on Twitter 1222544563484733441Like on Twitter 12225445634847334412Twitter 1222544563484733441Philip Mott@PhilipMott1·6hHow can I expect my children to think through the consequences of their actions if I don’t take the time to articulate the consequences of mine? Certainly the tone of voice I use around them has consequences, right?Reply on Twitter 1222536947828174850Retweet on Twitter 1222536947828174850Like on Twitter 12225369478281748503Twitter 1222536947828174850Load More...My FamilyInstagram has returned empty data. Please authorize your Instagram account in the plugin settings .