Cleverly Changing Podcast

Cleverly Changing Podcast

Hosts Elle and Miriam are two Black homeschooling moms embarking on a self-defining journey. Listen in on conversations that will encourage you to be your authentic self, while uplifting your spirit and motivating your inherent potential. They’re defining what culture is for their families and want you to do the same. Bring your children along too, so they can meet the Cleverly Cultured Kids. They’re all for teaching the babies while they’re young, adapting to the challenges of parenting, homeschooling and being willing to learn the lessons that the children have to offer. It’s all about uplifting one another and reclaiming your innate greatness.

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May 7, 2021 38 min
During the pandemic many parents across the world are learning how to adjust with their children being at home. Some are remote schooling and others have embraced homeschooling. Our guest, Patrick Quinn, was a former special education teacher. He joined us on the podcast to give us some home education tips and talk about some resources that we all (homeschoolers and traditional schoolers) can use to assist our kids with their homew...
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Growing up in America as a Black youth, parents have to be intentional about teaching their children Black History. Our guest was very candid about his passion for the youth and black education. De'Von Truvel stopped by the Cleverly Changing Podcast and chatted with us about his love for Black history and the power of education. He is a young educator who is teaching others online and offline about Black Wall Street, Blacks in ...
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Have you ever thought about what you should do if you have developmental concerns about your child? Or what happens after your child has been diagnosed with a disability like (autism, ADHD, PDD-NOS,etc). We are sharing this special episode because this month is Autism Acceptance month and in this episode, we spoke with an educational psychologist, board-certified in perinatal mental health. Please grab a notepad and tune in and lis...
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April 9, 2021 48 min
In this Episode, we hear from James Oliver Jr. a dad of twins. While his twins are are remote schooling he leads the ParentPreneur Foundation which he started during COVID-19, to help black parent entrepreneurs have a community of support and a safe place to go and learn from each other.

The African proverb for this week's podcast is: (1:26)IF THERE WERE NO ELEPHANT IN THE JUNGLE, THE BUFFALO WOULD BE A GREAT ANIMAL. - GHANAIAN ...
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April 1, 2021 44 min
In this Episode, we hear from Kpana a mom who considers it her life’s work to help families of children with disabilities get the support they need to function and thrive. She stands committed to her mission of amplifying the voices of people with disabilities. Listen to her personal journey and share this episode with a friend who would benefit from the conversation. 

The African proverb for this week's podcast is: (1:12)“Remov...
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March 26, 2021 57 min
What happens when a family of educators decide to homeschool? In this episode we sat down with two educators, a mom and dad who are working from home and are educating their son and daughter. As you can imagine, they faced some obstacles, but what really stands out is how they found ways to homeschool creatively. Tune in and be sure to tweet us (@CleverlyChangin) your favorite takeaway from this episode.

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Rainbow Me Kids was created to help families of color see people in books who look like them. Kya Johnson became a women in STEM when she created a technology media company, Rainbow Me Kids, that uses augmented reality to bring books to life. The company was awarded a BeyGood grant, which is a grant from Beyonce Knolls Carter to help keep the company running beyond the pandemic. Tune in and learn more about how children can be insp...
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I'm sure you can imagine the myriad of experiences that an educator with decades of experience brings to the table, but this show was truly a one of a kind episode. We experienced so many different emotions, but laughter was the one that we were struck with the most. Please tune in and listen to today's conversation about the value of teaching health principles. Our guest is a retired educator who spent 37 years teaching st...
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February 12, 2021 64 min
Do you desire to cultivate your familial relationships and watch your children grow up with healthy boundaries? Are you curious about how other working parents find time for self-care? Do you have only one child growing up during this pandemic and you're trying to find healthy ways for him or her to cope? If you answered yes to either question, please tune in and listen to our 50th episode.

The African proverb for this week'...
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January 28, 2021 64 min
Thank you for being a loyal listener.  The Cleverly Changing Podcast started in 2019 and we are now sharing our 49th episode with you. Today's conversation centers around how a long time educator made a difference in her community and provided more than just academic lessons to her students.

The African proverb for this week's podcast is: (1:23)"Hot temper will never cook yams. – Nigerian Proverb

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You are listening to the Cleverly Changing Podcast. I'm one of the host Elle Cole and you're tuning into episode 48. 

The conversation centers around how one single mother decided to travel the world and teach her daughter.

The African proverb for this week's podcast is:"Hope does not disappoint" – South African Proverb

Word of the Episode ( 2:11)"Baal ma" means excuse me, sorry, or pardon me in wolof, a la...
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December 31, 2020 43 min
The Cleverly Changing podcast is meant to encourage you as you teach your children. Right now our kids need us to listen, be attentive, and help them learn even in the midst of adversity. 

Our conversation for episode 47 centers around how one mother with a learning difference (dyslexia) overcame challenges and is now an author, illustrator, and homeschool mom. 

The African proverb for this week's podcast is:"I am because we ...
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December 17, 2020 46 min
First and foremost this is an episode that will encourage you. Feel free to take a few seconds to share it with a friend. Miriam and I spoke with science teacher, homeschool mom, and book club owner Jurema Gorham.

Today's podcast is great for families who are raising a gifted child or want to raise young readers.

(01:26) The African proverb for this week's podcast is:"Don’t run away from the rain based on the wind." –...
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Miriam and I spoke with former broadcaster Clement Townsend about his college experience and about the importance of learning how to be comfortable speaking in public. 

Today's podcast comes with an exclusive offer for Clement's Video Journalism Pro course. 

(01:45) The African proverb for this week's podcast is:Knowledge is like a garden; if it is not cultivated, it cannot be harvested." Author: – Swahili Proverb

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November 20, 2020 26 min
On Monday's I speak with Author and Historian Janus Adams. Check her out on her website JanusAdams.com. Janus served as today's interviewer. She interviewed David Cavins who is a father teaching his daughters about the stock market. He has an MBA and also a graphic design business. 

Today's podcast comes from one of our Monday's LIVE episodes.

(01:45) The African proverb for this week's podcast is:"By labour c...
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November 6, 2020 36 min
Intro (00:00)(01:45) The African proverb for this week's podcast is:"When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him" ~ African Proverb from Ghana

Word of the Episode (2:11) Nyumbani means home in Swahili
The Grown Folks Section: (02:30)Lacey Grim is a homeschooling mom of 4, homesteader, author, holistic health coach and generally curious individual. She lives in NC with her husband on their small ...
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October 23, 2020 36 min
Intro (00:00)(01:36) The African proverb for this week's podcast goes as follows:"The responsibility of power is like holding an egg, Grasp it too tightly and it will drip from your fingers, hold it too loosely and it will drop and break. " ~ African Proverb from Ghana

Word of the Episode (2:05)Fuata maji yaendavyo means follow the water in Swahili.
The Grown Folks Section: (02:50)Lawrence Wagner also is Chief Executive O...
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October 9, 2020 32 min
Intro (00:00)(03:32) The African proverb for this week's podcast goes as follows:"A baby on its mother's back does not know the way is long." ~ African ProverbWord of the Episode (3:50)Mahali salama means safe place in Swahili.
The Grown Folks Section: (04:20)Davina Hamilton is a children’s author, journalist and mother-of-two. The former Entertainment Editor for British publication, The Voice newspaper, Davina spent...
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September 11, 2020 32 min
Great news, this is a life changing episode. Episode 40 is a bonus release issued to help celebrate Sickle Cell Awareness Month. This conversation is all about saving lives in the black community. Sickle Cell Disease is a genetic disorder that can affect any ethnicity or nationality, but in the US it disproportionately affects people of African descent. During this episode, I spoke with a long time friend Ebere who joined Be the Ma...
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In episode 39 we spoke to a guest that is no stranger to the Cleverly Changing Podcast Amelia Jael. She spoke with us about 504 plans and remote learning.

Amelia Jael is from the Business of Nursing podcast. She is a registered nurse. You can listen to one of our past episodes with Amelia by going to bit.ly/ccspodcast31.

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