This daily agenda sheet is meant for the child who struggles with using their school-distributed agenda. Some students lose their agendas, some become too overwhelmed by viewing more than a day at a time and don't use it at all, and some, simply, try to use their agendas, but do so without skill. This agenda sheet is meant to fix all that.
With a visually-appealing design, this agenda sheet breaks down the tasks required to complete an agenda properly. The hope is once a student finds his/her rhythm in completing this agenda sheet, they'll be able to transfer their skill of completing other agendas with more skill in the future.
What I love so much about this design, is that I've tested it out and it works! It takes a good week or two for students to remember to use it with consistency, but once they do, it works like a charm! Students are being held responsible for reflecting on their day and completing the agenda, and parents and teachers are able to communicate quickly and effectively.
This agenda sheet offers space for...
-A student's name
-Objectives of a student's core classes
-Homework for each of the student's core classes
-Marking whether a student has an upcoming assessment in
one of their core classes
-Students to self-reflect and communicate their daily behavior
-Parents to communicate with teachers
-Teachers to communicate with parents
-Students to draw the events of their day
-A personalized checklist
- Personalized important things to not forget