This was an interesting and short read. Often times, when teaching I get concerned about the noise coming from the adjoining classrooms. I also get concerned when my classroom gets to loud during group activities. According to this article, those things might not be so bad. It’s called processing disfluency. 
fastcompany:

What is the scientific connection between coffee shops and creativity? 
University of Illinois researchers found that the level of noise that matches the bustle of a coffeeshop—around 70 decibels—spurs more creative performance than the quiet of 50 decibels or the distracting, blender-volume of 85 decibels. Why? 

This was an interesting and short read. Often times, when teaching I get concerned about the noise coming from the adjoining classrooms. I also get concerned when my classroom gets to loud during group activities. According to this article, those things might not be so bad. It’s called processing disfluency.

fastcompany:

What is the scientific connection between coffee shops and creativity? 

University of Illinois researchers found that the level of noise that matches the bustle of a coffeeshop—around 70 decibels—spurs more creative performance than the quiet of 50 decibels or the distracting, blender-volume of 85 decibels. Why