2021-22 Academic Planner: A Tool For Time Management® (8.5x11) With After-School Planning
Giving Students An Easy Way To SEE Time
So They Can Learn To MANAGE It.
Featuring After-School Planning Capabilities 2pm-9pm!
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WHY IT WORKS!
It’s Easy To Use. The planner’s patented design allows students to see when assignments are due and tests scheduled ALONGSIDE after-school commitments and free blocks of time.
It’s Functional. Seeing both scheduled and available blocks of time creates an easy and natural method for students to record and review their weekly schedules facilitating weekly time management and planning strategies.
It Puts the Student in Control. Writing down assignments requires students to keep track of assignments and deadlines themselves and reinforces what needs to be done.
|Unique subject pages at the front and the back of the planner allow students to record their class subjects (7 subject boxes) only once.
||Eliminates forgetfulness and frustration.|
|Ample space to enter all school activities (from 2pm through 9pm) and weekend commitments.||Facilitates weekly time management and planning strategies.|
|Planner pages line up with the classes grid on a class-by-class basis.||Creates an easy method for students to record and review their weekly schedules.|
|Days of the week are listed horizontally across the top of the weekly two-page calendar layout.||Creates a grid for simple entry and allows students to see assignments and due dates.|
|Includes a Project Planning Guide.||Helps to plan long-term assignments. DOWNLOAD THE PROJECT PLANNING GUIDE|
|Includes a Study Planning Guide.||Use this guide when planning for tests or quizzes. DOWNLOAD THE STUDY PLANNING GUIDE|
|Full-page monthly calendars with ample room for notes.||Allows students to plan monthly projects.|
|Large size pages (7x11 interior pages)||Allows for more room to write assignments and activities.|
|Three-hole punched.||Allows for easy placement in binders.|
|Based on a school-year calendar.||July 1st to June 30th|
|BONUS: Add an Academic Planner Accessories Pack||Includes: 1 PageMarker, 1 Monthly Tab Sheet and 1 Student Sticker Sheet.|
|CLICK HERE for FREE DOWNLOAD: Academic Planner Worksheets||Variety of planning pages, time tools, homework helpers, and more. All designed to help you stay on track, on time, and on task. (PLEASE NOTE: Files are not editable. Print only.)|
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING...Why do students get all the cool tools? In creating the Academic Planner, Leslie Josel really did bring order to chaos! This planner is eye candy for those who need to see what they are doing at a glance. In a "makes sense" format, all the tools for scheduling school and after-school activities are at your fingertips. Have a multi-week project? No problem! In this simple, easy-to-track format, you can easily track all your assignments for each subject from week to week. Now there is only one problem. No excuses! --Roland Rotz, Ph.D., Co-Author of "Fidget to Focus; Outwit Your Boredom
Brilliantly simple and “clean”! I wanted to take a minute to let you know how brilliantly simple and “clean” your student planners are. I just stumbled upon your website while searching for a student planner this year for my son. My son is a senior in high school this year and executive function and organization have always been a struggle for him. I wish I had found you and your student planners years ago, but am certainly glad to have found your products now. --Lisa J., Parent
Best Student Planner. This is one of the best student planners I’ve seen for time management (and I’ve looked at A LOT!) It is laid out clearly and simply without a lot of distracting fluff and graphics. It’s easy to see what’s due today and later in the week. The daily schedule at the bottom is great for helping students to learn how to manage assignments that don’t have something to turn in every day but still need to be worked on over the week, like spelling words or studying for a test. When they add after-school activities like soccer or scouts to the calendar, they can see they don’t have as much time to “do it later in the week” as they think. -- Melissa S., Teacher
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