AVI-08.AP.04: Organization means students develop and use processes procedures, and tools to study effectively while managing their time through prioritizing and goal setting.
(a) Develop efficient, individualized routines related to using organizational tools and planning strategies to enhance academic performance. (b) Reflect on the use of an activity log or tracking system for community extracurricular activities and hours.
(c) Understand and demonstrate the concepts and practices of backward mapping.
(d) Identify upcoming events to proactively avoid time-management conflicts. (e) Create short- and mid-range goals that support achievement of long-term goals. (f) Modify goals and actions appropriately based on progress.
(g) Manage varied visual frameworks to organize language and show relationships between key concepts.
Students who organize can:
Self-direct, self-evaluate, self-monitor, and self-advocate to reach academic goals
Develop and use tools to organize thinking, resources, and time
Develop and use processes, procedures, and tools to study effectively
Prepare for rigorous courses and engage fully in instruction