Ever notice that when you make a slight change in context, your classroom seems to run more efficiently?
Case in point. Yesterday’s writing session was a disaster, with many writers unfocused and unable to write. Today, you made a small change in context, and played some soft classical music in the background. Your writers thrived. They were focused and found a state of writing flow.
Sometimes, it’s those small contextual changes that make all the difference.
Think about how you can make small context shifts to be more effective, efficient, and productive.