Next School’s Out – Seven Ways Schooling May Block Your Desire to Learn Podcast School’s Out – Who is Don Wettrick 10 months ago19 views1 min read Add comment Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email child development creativity entrepreneur how do I homeschool podcast psychology relationships school founder self-directed learning teen bullying teen depression Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email Next School’s Out – Seven Ways Schooling May Block Your Desire to Learn You may also like Reading Notes Work Principle 4: Get and Stay in Sync – Principles by Ray Dalio 45 views4 min read Reading Notes Create a Culture That Welcomes Mistakes: Principles by Ray Dalio 19 views3 min read Reading Notes Believability-Weighted Decision Making: Principles by Ray Dalio 151 views5 min read Add comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website @philip.mott Follow @philipmott1Philip MottFollowPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·8 Jul I have so much to learn about the dynamics of race in culture. I hated school because work sucks but I cannot imagine feeling like I wasn’t wanted there. Sisyphus@Sisyphus38'I am protecting them from whiteness': Why this mom chose to take her kids out of public school https://t.co/ea10QXi6LZReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter3TwitterRetweet on TwitterPhilip Mott RetweetedKevin Macias@MrKevinMacias·8 Jul @adambeam Me: Do you want to be a Dr. when you grow up? My 3-year-old son, whose mom is a Dr: No....I’m not a girl! #USNWT #WomenInMedicine #StrongGirlsReply on TwitterRetweet on Twitter1Like on Twitter4TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·8 Jul I’ve experienced no greater feeling than earning the admiration and service of a 3-year-old. This weekend she sat on my lap and told me she liked me and when my cup was empty she went and filled it with more water. I love my work but I sure as hell miss her today. #annaReply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter5TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·3 Jul Education is a relational pursuit.Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on Twitter1TwitterPhilip Mott@PhilipMott1·28 Jun The advent of more work-based learning initiatives is making me a bit giddy. What are the challenges to including work-based learning in graduation requirements? Is this national?Reply on TwitterRetweet on TwitterLike on TwitterTwitterLoad More...My FamilyImages not found. This may be a temporary problem. Please try again soon.