Speaking

Come see Pam at the Great Homeschool Conventions in 2020.

Pam will be at all seven of the awesome regional Great Homeschool Conventions. You CAN’T AFFORD to miss these equipping, encouraging, and FUN events that will breath life into your homeschool.

Texas Fort Worth, TX March 12-14  
SouthEast Carolina First/ Greenville March 19-21  
St. Louis Saint Charles, MO
March 26-28
MidWest DECC/ Cincinnati April 16-18  
California Ontario, CA June 18-20  
Florida Jacksonville, FL June 25-27
New York Rochester, NY July 30-Aug 1

 

Have Pam speak at your event

Welcome and thank you for your interest.

Pam’s schedule is currently full for 2020. If your event is in 2021 please use the form below.

A bit about Pam

Pam Barnhill has a heart for helping connect homeschool moms to practical solutions that will make a huge difference in their homeschool, their days, and the way they feel about teaching at home.

A former high school journalism teacher and yearbook professional, Pam has taught classes in her local school, organized and presented multi-day yearbook workshops, and presented at events like the Columbia Scholastic Press National Convention in New York.

Her website pambarnhill.com receives over 120,000 page views each month and is the home to three homeschooling podcasts with a combined total of over a million downloads.

She has authored three homeschooling books including the popular Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace and Your Morning Basket: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty for Your Homeschool Day, a guide to implementing Morning Time in your homeschool.

Her practical solutions and ability to break big tasks into small, manageable steps while keeping it real, makes her a popular choice for events.

Pam lives with her husband Matt, three crazy kids, and a passel of family dogs in Alabama where she enjoys reading and watching football in her free time.

 

Pam’s Speaking Topics

Morning Time Made Easy: How beginning your day with delightful family learning can transform your homeschool
Morning Time — a time where everyone is learning together — is sweeping the homeschool community with more and more families discovering that this simple practice can become the most fruitful and peaceful part of their day. Drawing on interviews with guests from her Your Morning Basket podcast, Pam inspires moms through practical tips, stories, and even demonstrations to begin their own Morning Time practice as she breaks down the steps needed to get off to a successful start.
Leaders Don’t Eat Their Young: How to take charge of your homeschool without sacrificing relationships
You may have heard the old adage that leaders eat last, but as homeschooling moms we sometimes need a different reminder. So often we focus on how and what we should be teaching our kids that we forget our number one role is to love and lead them into adulthood. In this fun and practical session Pam dives deep into attitudes, relationship-building actions, and proactive practices that help moms create a homeschool they love (almost) every day.
Overlooked Strategies for Average Days: Six simple hacks that will change your homeschool for the better
Homeschooling is hard and encouragement is important, but sometimes what we really need is a simple idea that can have a far-reaching impact on our success as a homeschool mom. In this helpful and engaging talk Pam outlines six listener-favorite ideas (she polled them!) that you can implement on Monday to have an immediate positive effect on your homeschool days. Full of tips, stories, and solutions, you are sure to walk away with something you are excited to try.
For more further details, please request a speaking packet using the form below.

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Podcast Appearances

Read Aloud Revival – Summer Reading: Making Memories and Having Fun

Cultivating the Lovely – Morning Time and Family Culture

The Prepped and Polished Podcast – All About Homeschooling with Pam Barnhill

Roadschool MomsMorning Time for Road Schoolers

The Simply Joyful Podcast – Taking Back Your Mornings

Homeschool Unrefined: Top 10 Things We’ve Learned in 21 Years of Homeschooling

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