Do your students struggle with time management?
Mine do too.
I've noticed that I can lecture and give concrete strategies to help, but it isn't very effective for most students.
I have found though, if I ask my students to stop, reflect, and set PERSONAL goals to improve, they are more engaged in the task and improvement follows.
This activity is designed to ask students to document their priorities. This makes them stop and think. Then they are asked to set goals of HOW they will try to concentrate on these priorities.
Finally, students are given a visual representation of how our technological devices tend to chase us and steal our time away from us focusing on our priorities (this is the visual with the cellphone on the thumbnail for this product).
To include those students who are creative, the end of this activity asks the students to create their own illustration to show what "thing" steals their time.
I have included a .pdf file so you can print and go, or a .doc file so you can upload it and students can complete it online.
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Easy to use, great for middle school kids