Reminds me of Harry Wong’s recommendations on procedures and using them to automate certain aspects of your daily classroom activity.
I wonder what other ways we can improve students cognition just by drawing their attention to the things they do every day of the school year and make conscious adjustment to our classroom routines with student input?
Think about how you live now, then think back on your life looking for contrasting anomalies. While some may be major life events over the course of years, some may be little things that lasted only months or weeks. Recognizing patters of change in your life reveals that what once was irresistible or requisite has now lost its appeal and become a pastime; what you once loved is no longer of concern.
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