Presentation on theme: "Notes for Teachers and Parents"— Presentation transcript:
1Notes for Teachers and Parents Student Planner and Study BookletUNDERSTAND AND USE YOUR WALL PLANNERStudent Wall Plannerand Study GuideSuccessPlannerAcademic Teacher Resources
2The Student Planner and Study Guide The Student Planner and Study Guide are very powerful learning tools if used correctly!
3Study PlannerOften the case for improvement in study is NOT to study ‘harder’ but rather study ‘smarter’.Effective study comes from both a will within a student and a supportive environment around the student that also pushes them to stick to their study activities and routine.
4Student PlannerSuccessful students are students who are typically (1) well organised and manage their time in a very effective manner.The Student Wall Planner over comes one of the major problems faced by students: developing time management skills and (2) sound study organisationAllow parents to be part of their child’s study support routine.
5How to Use the PlannerThe Study Planner gives students a (3) useful tool to develop their time management skills and plan their study to (4) achieve rewarding results.There are full instructions on how to use the Study Planner on the back of the chart as well as on the web site.
6Student Wall PlannerTeachers ‘know’ students achieve better results if they are:more organised with their time and (5) give study the appropriate priority.(6) set goals and record the amount of time that devote to genuine study on their subjects.
7Student Wall PlannerThe Planner is designed so parents can review the students study progress and update the information to improve study habits and study routine.The Planner is laminated and if a (7) non-permanent felt marker is used the data can be wiped clean and changed as desired.
8The Student PlannerRead and work through the details shown on the reverse side or your Student Wall Planner.
9Student Wall PlannerA good Daily Homework and Study Timetable displays a (8) balance between the various school subjects you undertake as well as other activities likely to be encountered during any Term.
10The Goal Chart(9) Successful people set goals for themselves.When preparing your Goal Chart keep in mind if you are capable of a better performance the (10) write in some realistic results you wish to achieve in each subject.
11Term PlannerThe term planner is where you (11) write down all the important assessment dates for the term.Examinations, assignments, excursions, orals, projects, rehearsals as well sporting and other events for the school.It is NOT a social calendar.
12Student Wall PlannerThe Study Record is a space where you record the (12) amount of overall time spent on genuine study for each subject.(13) You need to be honest with yourself or you are wasting your time.
13Student Wall PlannerPrepare the Student Wall Planner to meet your needs. Remember to (14) change your mind and refine your plan is a sign that you are learning how to plan more effectively.Any teacher or parent will tell you it is important to study in (15) an environment free from as many distractions as possible including: TV, Phone, Computer, Internet and Radio
14Student Wall PlannerWhen you work it is (16) an excellent idea to keep a notepad or school diary beside you to jot down any areas or work you have experienced difficulty during your nightly routine.(17) Being a successful student is about taking more and more responsibility for your own learning.
15Student Wall PlannerThe Student Wall Planner will hopefully (18) encourage you to:get organised,keep your activities in balance,set your goals,work at a regular routine andseek your parent’s and teacher’s advice when you need it.