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Improvising to adjust to unexpected disruptions may include changing from a small group exploratory (learn as you go) activity to a more directed practice or demonstration/lecture.

In my experience, the most common time management problem is that participants have difficulty arriving on time each day due to unreliable public transportation. So then we have to decide whether we’ll start on time and find a way to catch up those who arrive late or if we’ll start and end later as a whole. If we’re starting later than planned we can offer to those who have already arrived additional learning opportunities, such as review of prior concepts, a little quiz, practicing something, etc. Or, they may prefer to use that time to take care of personal tasks.