Are you looking for strategies to encourage students to be prepared for learning experiences? If so, keep reading.
1. Ascertain why the student is not ready for learning activities at a specific time.
2. Ask the student why they are not ready for learning activities at a specific time. The student may have the most accurate perception as to why they are not ready for learning activities at a specific time.
3. Assist the student in understanding that it is permissible to leave work unfinished and return to it at a later time.
5. Ascertain if there are aspects of learning activities that the student dislikes. Remove, lessen, or modify the unpleasant aspects of learning activities to urge the student to be ready for and take part in learning activities.
6. Make the student responsible for time missed (e.g., if the student misses five minutes of a learning experience, they must make up the time during recess, lunch, or other desired learning activities ).
7. Give the student a schedule of daily activities so that they will know what learning activities to attend and their times.
9. Provide the student a schedule of classes that must be signed by every instructor to document their promptness.
10. Make sure that other students do not make it unpleasant for the student to attend learning activities.
12. Record promptness with the student.
13. Begin learning activities with a task that is highly reinforcing to the student.
14. Assess appropriateness of the level of difficulty of tasks in comparison with the student’s capacity and ability.
15. Give the student many chances for high interest learning activities as possible.
16. Give the student academic learning activities in the most attractive manner possible.
17. Make the student a leader of the learning experience or group.
18. Consider using an education app to help the student sharpen their organizational skills. Click here to view a list of apps that we recommend.