High School Unit 3: Managing Time

Are your students struggling to meet deadlines and complete work on time? This unit can help turn things around as they learn to pace themselves and make the most of each moment. You can teach your students the metacognitive, mindset, and organizational skills they need to manage their time effectively and efficiently!

Materials in this unit

A teacher’s guide (1 page per lesson)

A 100+ slide editable presentation to guide you and your students through each lesson

A 10 page student self-reflection journal in both printable and typeable formats

Student outcomes and objectives

  1. I know the value and limitations of my time.
  2. I can prioritize and figure out what’s most important.
  3. I can determine which time periods are best for learning.
  4. I can use time blocking to designate time for my priorities.
  5. I can use to-do lists to manage when I complete tasks and plan realistically.
  6. I know how to shuffle items on my to-do list when things don’t go as planned.
  7. I can break down larger projects into smaller tasks and schedule time for them.
  8. I notice how long tasks take so I can estimate completion time in the future.
  9. I use buffer time to create margin so I don’t feel rushed or overscheduled.
  10. I adjust my habits as my needs, tasks, and preferences change.
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