Next Using Gary Vaynerchuk’s Pillar Strategy – Day One | 139 Vlog Working on My Podcast Called School’s Out – Day One | 138 September 4, 201810 views1 min read Add comment Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email I have been wanting to do a podcast for the last 9 months and I’ve finally found a topic that I think will keep me very busy: meaningful learning. That’s why I’ve … vlog Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email Next Using Gary Vaynerchuk’s Pillar Strategy – Day One | 139 You may also like Video Vlog Using Gary Vaynerchuk’s Pillar Strategy – Day One | 139 7 views1 min read Video Vlog Reminiscing About Stairway to Heaven – Day One | 141 7 views1 min read Video Vlog I Worked on My Birthday – Day One | 140 5 views1 min read Add comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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@PhilipMott1·1hI mean I would never ask my wife, "What color is this shirt?" I might ask, "Do you like the color of this shirt?" That's a completely fair question and she might even answer, "I like that shade of red." Now I got two answers for the price of one! Mother Bae I@tiersaj@PhilipMott1 Asking someone a question you already know the answer to is condescending. It creates a dynamic where the person will try and answer what they think you want to hear instead of what they actually think, which kills creativity.Reply on Twitter 1222619196003143683Retweet on Twitter 1222619196003143683Like on Twitter 1222619196003143683Twitter 1222619196003143683Philip Mott@PhilipMott1·1hI hope it comes across but it's worth noting: I am not anti-teacher, anti-teaching, or anti-school. I think it's really important that we recognize how we see children and how our biases about what children are capable of deeply impacts their experiences with adults.Reply on Twitter 1222618426323144705Retweet on Twitter 1222618426323144705Like on Twitter 12226184263231447057Twitter 1222618426323144705Retweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedHyams Ketchup@khyamsartist·3h@PhilipMott1 We did Sudbury, our kid was in 1st grade and miserable. I couldn’t imagine 12 years of that, and when I toured the Sudbury school near us I was immediately in. Best parenting decision we could have made.Reply on Twitter 1222583532947566592Retweet on Twitter 12225835329475665921Like on Twitter 12225835329475665923Twitter 1222583532947566592Philip Mott@PhilipMott1·4hI 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 12225702401539194907Twitter 1222570240153919490Retweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedBruce L. Smith@numbalum89·5h“A lot of parenting and teaching techniques are socially approved bullying...” Reply on Twitter 1222559292185817088Retweet on Twitter 12225592921858170889Like on Twitter 122255929218581708823Twitter 1222559292185817088Load More...My FamilyInstagram has returned empty data. Please authorize your Instagram account in the plugin settings .