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The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 63: Toxic Positivity – Is it a Thing?

The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 63: Toxic Positivity – Is it a Thing?

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In Episode 63 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav talk about Toxic Positivity. This is a topic that has been brewing with the duo since they began their time on Twitter. The concept has lingered and evolved many times leading up to this conversation, and Chey and Pav debated over the ideas for quite some time before recording. They begin a conversation about the acceptance of the existence of Toxic Positivity, but then also broaden the scope to include other forms of Toxicity that might exist in the social media sphere. Toxic Productivity is one such extension, and the duo discusses this idea at length in the ways that they have encountered it within Education. The conversation is certainly rich, and extends even further past this hour, but it’s a great place to start the talk.

Chey and Pav welcome Arik Andersen, EL and Science teacher, from Austin Minnesota for their 3 Enlightened Minutes Segment.

Check out Arik in all the following spaces:

Twitter: @arikandersen08

Chey and Pav, two experienced middle school teachers from the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada, take listeners through the in’s and out’s of the field of Teaching, Learning and Leadership. Through their anecdotal, yet often comedic banter, laced with caring insightfulness, they take their audience into a conversation that is surely eye-opening and entertaining, while tackling some of the real, and ever-changing issues that exist in Education. Come join Chey and Pav; partake in the Staff Room chatter that all teachers and educators can connect with.

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