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The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 76: Book Madness – Tournament of Reading

The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 76: Book Madness – Tournament of Reading

In Episode 76 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav dive into a conversation about a March activity they saw online and discuss how they have adapted it for themselves. The activity is a March Madness for books – a reading competition where books are read and voted on to see which is the ultimate winner for the month! Lots of great discussion on how books are chosen, the complementary activities to go along with it, and how to adapt for the different environments we might be teaching in. Also a great opportunity to highlight the idea of teaching being a “gift economy” – teachers sharing their best practices with one another without the expectation of reward.

Tune into this great discussion, and always be a part of it by tagging @StaffPodcast #TheStaffroomPodcast! Tell us what you think, and give us your feedback and reflections.

Check out podcast episodes, Chey & Pav’s radio show: The Drive on VoicEd Radio, blog and all the other amazing things they are up to at CheyandPav.com!

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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