Goal: Students will demonstrate the ability to effectively manage their time in a manner that promotes both productivity and well-being at no less than 80% of the grading period.
Students will develop a weekly calendar and identify time for well-being and productivity.
Students will provide evidence of time management strategies such as calendars, planners, apps, or lists.
Actions: Lead students in establishing their weekly schedule and daily management tool. Coach students on “time leaks” and distractions. Discuss strategies for addressing procrastination. Lead students to identify work avoidance as unable or unwilling (can’t vs won’t) Provide support to bridge those gaps. Coach students in effective communications with teachers.
Use the Responses portion of the Primary Distraction Survey to discuss how your student’s responses and how they compare with the responses of others.