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Timing is Everything

Tip: When you are on a tight schedule, it can be very helpful to assist your audience in doing the same. I downloaded a little utility for my computer that puts a countdown clock on the screen. Whenever I have a specific time limit for a group interaction or a break, I throw it up there for participants to see. It
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When you are on a tight schedule, it can be very helpful to assist your audience in doing the same. I downloaded a little utility for my computer that puts a countdown clock on the screen. Whenever I have a specific time limit for a group interaction or a break, I throw it up there for participants to see. It is great for students too. Download it at NCrtec Screen Timer.

Here are a few other timers (by Barbara)

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