“When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.” Rodney Dangerfield
Brain research has shown how important breaks are to the learning process. There are two categories of breaks. One category refers to breaks during which the participants can get up from their seats, move around and often leave the training room at a “break” in the lesson.
The other category refers to breaks during which the participants can get up from their seats, move around, yet remain in the training room as a “break” from any sedentary activity during the lesson.
The first category of breaks is intended to provide an opportunity for the participants to attend to personal needs, ensuring their comfort. … Read the rest