Stephanie Morgan

Stephanie Morgan

Stephanie is a homeschool mother with a decade of homeschool experience, preceded by seven years of experience in education, among many other interests and pursuits. Before choosing to homeschool, Stephanie taught third grade in an ESL classroom for five years and left public school to devote her efforts to political grassroots education reform. She spent several years deep in the politics of education. After choosing homeschooling she threw her excess energy into organizing homeschool cooperatives. Stephanie has been involved in the startup of two large group homeschool cooperatives, a larger homeschool association, and now she is passionate about helping homeschoolers form small homeschool PODS in the old-fashioned way. Beyond her organizing work, Stephanie has passions that end up in some written form. She has quite a long list of blogs from her family's recipe book to her natural birth blog (because she is a doula). She uses blogs as a way to catalog what she writes and to share it with others for their enrichment. She is passionate about the American founding and the principles of liberty. She's also passionate about education philosophy and political action and about religious study. All of which are topics she writes about and post to her blogs. Study and writing is a hobby to her, but she hopes that it is also a blessing to others.

All Sessions by Stephanie Morgan

Adult Fall Retreat Day 2 10/27/2023
9:00 am - 9:50 am

Homeschool Connections with PODS (Stephanie Morgan)

Ballroom C

Come and learn how you can build and maintain meaningful, wholesome, and rewarding homeschool connections for the support of your family, both socially and academically. Stephanie will share her experience from years of organizing and directing homeschool cooperatives and associations and how rewarding it has been to return to the homeschool roots of small in-home cooperatives as the best way to find homeschool support, sociality, and educational enrichment for the whole family. She calls these old-fashioned small group cooperatives PODS. But no matter what you call this type of group, the goal is to form a more intimate group of homeschool friendship and support in a more flexible, less formal, and less expensive way. This class will give you practical tools and ideas for how you can organize your own POD and maintain it so that it can be a blessing and not a burden to you and your family.

11:00 am - 11:50 am

Enriching Family Life with Writing (Stephanie Morgan)

Cardinal Room

Come and be inspired to use writing as a tool to bring the family together in the pursuits that build our character and enrich our earthly experiences. The best way to ensure your children learn to love writing is to make writing fun and relevant to their lives. In this workshop we are going to brainstorm fun ways you can add writing to your family homeschool as family projects everyone can contribute to. These projects will be meaningful to your kids at all ages and leave behind a legacy that will be meaningful to your family story forever.

Youth Fall Retreat Day 2 10/25/2024
11:00 am - 11:50 am

Enriching Family Life with Writing (Stephanie Morgan)

Cardinal Room

Come and be inspired to use writing as a tool to bring the family together in the pursuits that build our character and enrich our earthly experiences. The best way to ensure your children learn to love writing is to make writing fun and relevant to their lives. In this workshop we are going to brainstorm fun ways you can add writing to your family homeschool as family projects everyone can contribute to. These projects will be meaningful to your kids at all ages and leave behind a legacy that will be meaningful to your family story forever.