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Strength-Sharing, Not Hand-Holding: Supporting Student Learning in Canvas and Beyond - Shared screen with speaker view
Jen Mlyniec
08:38
Hi everyone!
Jarrett Lykins
33:39
If a student is resistant to a block schedule sometimes I'll have students brainstorm a list of everything they need to get done that week. Then I'll have them craft a weekly to do list where they break out tasks for each day of the week while challenging them to think about how long each task will take for them. This at least get the wheels turning in their mind about how long something will take to complete.
Jarrett Lykins
35:02
I also encourage them to schedule in a time to schedule. Usually I suggest they set aside a half an hour each Sunday to 'schedule' for the week.
Jarrett Lykins
47:08
Maybe more procrastination related than prioritization, but if you have a student prone to procrastination having a conversation about flipping the script' and using the distractor as a reward for studying sometimes helps.
Angela Palmer (Bermúdez)
47:17
Encouraging our students to use their acphs outlook calendar as a way to prioritize their time, schedule day to day activities (i.e. lunch break, exercise etc.). Taking their syllabus to schedule day, week, month of upcoming quizzes, study time, project prep and exams.
Linda.Roberts@acphs.edu
48:30
Encouraging students to study each subject multiple times per week, in small chunks (focused study sessions) helps students be better prepared and feel better prepared for their exams. I think some of our students feel anxiety because they haven't prepared properly.
Sandra Rosa
01:06:27
I echo Lizz
Sandra Rosa
01:09:42
Thank you for another great session!
Elizabeth.Higdon@acphs.edu
01:09:45
Thank you!
Kelly Bach
01:09:56
Thank you! Great information.
Leah Herity
01:10:01
Thank you!
Judith Nasca
01:10:05
thanks
Laurabelle Zagada
01:10:09
Thank you all!
Angela Palmer (Bermúdez)
01:10:15
Thank You everyone for taking the time to be here today