Stage blocking, McGraw demonstrates, can literally change students' viewpoints:

  • Walking toward students who seem disengaged can quickly bring them back to focus.  
  • Approaching a student with a question can help to encourage the student. 
  • Choreographing your movement between whiteboards and screens can help convey the organization of information or the relationship between opposing views. 
  • Incorporating movement can be especially helpful for visual-spatial learners.