A script limits the choices. A script helps actors to know exactly what to say. All they have to do is choose the actions, intonations, and expressions.
Scripting changes can help limit the choices needed for change to occur. It’s not the same as scripting lessons or scripting an observation. It’s bigger than that kind of script.
It’s a method for overcoming the Baskin and Robbins problem.
You can learn more about scripting changes (and the Baskin and Robbins problem) in Episode 3, “Why You Can’t Create Change in Classrooms.”