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The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 83: Is Growth Mindset Really Equitable for All?

The Staff Room Podcast with Chey and Pav Episode 83: Is Growth Mindset Really Equitable for All?

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In Episode 83 of The Staffroom Podcast, Chey and Pav talk about Growth Mindset and whether or not it is equitable practice for everyone in our classrooms spaces. Chey and Pav start the episode by talking about the differences between Growth and Fixed Mindset, where and from whom these theories and pedagogies arose, and then go into their own ideas and examples of learning experiences from their teaching environments. Can we truly expect all of our students from benefitting from this idea of Growth Mindset, and if not, what are we going to do to shift the paradigms in order to enable all of our students from benefitting from the theories presented.

A rich discussion with several a-ha! moments throughout! Tune into this great chat, and always be a part of it by tagging @StaffPodcast #TheStaffroomPodcast on Twitter! Tell us what you think, interact, and give us your feedback and reflections.

Check out podcast episodes, Chey & Pav’s LIVE 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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