Can a Tomato Increase Your Productivity?
"The basic concept behind the Pomodoro Technique is the creation of focused, timed work sessions during which you focus on a single task. First, create a list of tasks you need to complete and estimate how much time it will take you to finish each one. Then, prioritize the tasks (Carter, n.d.). Next, decide on the length of the Pomodoro session you will complete. Recommendations for those new to the Pomodoro Technique generally suggest Pomodoro sessions of 25 minutes. To start a Pomodoro session you set your timer to 25 minutes and begin work. When the 25 minutes are completed, you take a 5-minute break. Then you begin your next 25-minute Pomodoro session, followed by a 5-minute break. It is possible to divide your day up into several Pomodoro sessions with breaks in between them."
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Teaching, Learning and Curriculum
Burton, Larry D., "Can a Tomato Increase Your Productivity?" (2016). Faculty Publications. 645.