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We got the Academic Planner for Callan, which I am very excited about since we are doing a new way of learning this year at an online academy where he is more responsible for his own time and what he accomplishes in a day. A planner where he can write things down and tangibly see what he needs to do is going to be very helpful. It’s easy to use. The Order Out Of Chaos Academic planner’s patented design allows students to see when assignments are due and when tests are scheduled alongside after-school commitments and free blocks of time. 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 Callan in control and helps him learn to be responsible. Writing down assignments requires students to keep track of assignments and deadlines themselves and reinforces what needs to be done. The stickers are fun but also a visual aide to help him know what is important, and remind him of upcoming appointments and tasks. They also help him engage in the use of the planner, which is beneficial. This is a great tool for him, and also for me, because at the end of the day I can sit down with him and we can go over what he accomplished and plan what is ahead.
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