Homeschool Workshops: Who is Julie?

Dear Person,

I never expected saying, "yes" would lead to this!

Yes, family. I will lead our homeschool.

Yes, child. I will invite people to play (Minecraft, Magic: the Gathering, Role Play, Kid Entrepreneur) with you.

Yes, friend. I will listen; I will share my story; I will walk alongside you on this homeschool path.

By saying yes I have met dozens of homeschool parents who inspire me and marveled at the power and passion our community has.

And I have wondered, what can I do to tap into that power and passion? How can we support each other?

  • I can define a date and time, and find a place for us to meet.
  • I can invite people to join me.
  • I can draw on my experience as a teacher to create a "lesson plan" for how we will use our time together.
  • I can tap into the work I did as a graduate student helping to train future professors to become teachers (not just researchers).
  • Whole-heartedly, I can take a step forward and hope for the best.

So that's what I'm doing. But who am I? 

I am a wife and a mother. I am a friend. I'm an advocate for neurodiversity and an ally of the LGBTQ+ community. I read a lot. I do Kundalini yoga every day and twice on Sundays. I am an introvert, a writer, and a teacher. 

And like many of you I am a person willing to say, yes, I will try.

Now my question is: Will you say "yes" to my invitation to attend the Homeschool Workshops?  I hope so.


Julie Schneider, MSE, MA

Owner & Creator of Boco Learning, LLC


 Walking the road less traveled as educators is as unnerving as it is exciting. So I create Homeschool events for the local community to connect in person because everyone deserves to find the comfort and confidence that comes with sharing space and ideas with educational allies.

1 comment

  • You go girl


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