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The Cleverly Changing podcast is meant to encourage parents as you teach your children. Right now our kids need us to learn who they are and evaluate their needs from a place of love. The conversation in episode 48 centers around how one single mother decided to travel the world and teach her daughter.
The African proverb for this week’s podcast is: (02:00)
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 language spoken in the Senegal and Nambia.
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The Grown Folks Section: (5:03)
Today’s guest is Jade Weatherington. Jade is a homeschooling, world-schooling, and road schooling momma. In 2016 she realized that she could work for online teaching platforms and homeschool her daughter. Some of her teaching credentials include working for the following companies. BrainFuse, Elevate K-12, VipKid, Cambly, EnglishHunt, CafeTalk, Pearsons, Chegg, Wyzant, Best Teacher, Outschool, Tutlo, Blazaar, Palfish, NativeTalk, Yoli, and a whole host of startups.
When I asked Jade, why she wants to be on the Cleverly Changing podcast she stated, “I see a lot of family starting your journey and they’re unsure about how. Even those they have started still have a lot of questions. I would like to share different ways that families can make homeschooling work even if they work full-time, or if they work from home, or if they have multiple children, or if they want to incorporate traveling into their home school.”
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