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Interactive video lesson plan for: Day 7 Tiny Steps Study Challenge- How to be proactive at school

Activity overview:

Day 7 Learn to move from Reactive Thinking to Proactive Thinking
Proactive thinking involves anticipating future events and making a plan in order to avoid reactive thinking.
Proactive thinking at school can lower your stress and increase your effectiveness.

Tiny Steps Study Challenge

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Welcome to the 15 Day Tiny Steps Stuy Challenge. The goal is to learn the 5 pillars of school success with daily tiny study habits. The 5 pillars are school organization, workspace, time management, study aids, and test preparation. By the end of the challenge, you will work on each of these areas.

Day 1 Three things you must do with your school agenda everyday-Tiny Steps Study Challenge-Day 1
Today we will focus on setting up your school and agenda and how to use your school planner to improve your grades.

Day 2 A simple system for turning in your homework
Day 2 introduced the homework folder. This simple tool helps organize your homework in order to help you never have a zero for a homework grade.

Day 3 Memory Aids
Day 3 introduced two memory techniques that you can use to memorize anything at school.
The two memory aids are the body stations and Journey method.

Day 4 Goals
Today we set two simple goals. One goal was a study goal and the second was a school goal. Goals are important because they provide focus.

Day 5
Today’s study challenge focused on distractions while you study. Specifically, today’s study challenge focused on trying to identify distractions while you study.

Day 6
Organizing your notebook
In today’s study challenge the focus is organizing and cleaning out your notebook.
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