Dr. Kathie Carwile Morgan has been a Professor at Liberty University since 1993. Her
undergraduate degree was earned in Elementary Education at Liberty University After
several years of teaching in both public and Christian schools, she continued her
education at the University of Virginia earning a Master's Degree in Elementary
Education and becoming a Reading Specialist. Dr. Morgan culminated her educational
studies at the University of Virginia, earning a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction
with adjunct areas of Administration and Gifted Education. She holds a postgraduate
professional license from the Virginia Department of Education endorsing her to teach
elementary/middle school grades four through seven and as a Reading Specialist. 

Dr. Morgan served as the Chairman of the School of Education for four years and currently
teaches Language Arts in the School of Education for the undergraduate division and
Reading, Language Arts, Curriculum, Educational Philosophy, and Gifted Classes in the
Graduate School of Education. Dr. Morgan brings a wealth of experience to her classes,
having taught at every grade level kindergarten through twelfth grade. 



Georgia Public School Board Members Beliefs Concerning the Inclusion of Creationism in the Science Curriculum (with Karen S. Cook and Steve Deckard), ICC Conference (2008)

Data analysis indicated that School Board Members’ beliefs regarding school board members in YEC had...


Technology in the Classroom


Technology: Safe Internet Use for your School, ACSI DC Educator's Convention (2010)

Teaching students about the ethical use of materials located on the Internet is the job...



Technology: Teaching Students Internet Manners, ACSI DC Educator's Convention (2010)

Students must be taught how to use the computer and Internet. Language arts now includes...



Technology: The Best Resources in the World, ACSI DC Educator's Convention (2010)

Having a computer connected to the Internet is like being inside the best resource center,...



Technology: The Teacher that is Prepared, ACSI DC Educator's Convention (2010)

Using technology is more than having a computer in the classroom. Having that computer in...



Technology: Uses for Teachers, ACSI DC Educator's Convention (2010)

There are many, many classroom worthy forms of technology available for teachers. This presentation discusses...


Teaching Tools


Waiting with Bated Breath: Intimations and Anticipation of Eternity Viewed through Children’s Literature, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2011)

Children’s literature writers often allude to man's hope for a better day or place and...



Teacher Candidates in the Urban Environment, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2007)

Teacher candidates are often reluctant to enter the urban environment, fearing poor discipline, safety issues,...



Viewing Skills & Methods of Visually Representing (with Connie McDonald), Faculty Publications and Presentations (2007)

The International Reading Association and National Council Teachers of English have recognised the importance of...



What Does Math Have To Do With Reading, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2007)

Elementary students must be able to read in order to do content area material. Integration...



Return to the Past:, Teaching Cooperation through Play and Games of the Past, Faculty Publications and Presentations (2006)

In the past play has prepared children for life by teaching: fair play, cooperation, compromising...




Socialization Practices of Christian Home School Educators in the State of Virginia, Faculty Dissertations (1991)

The purpose of this study was to determine what practices home school educators in Virginia...