Chaos No More Part 2
I plan to address my students’ problems with confidence which is affecting their grades, their participation in activities, and their overall success. I plan to help them become more confident students. I want them to first know what their strengths are, as well as opportunities they have to use those strengths. Next, I want my students to have mastered the use of their Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Smart notebooks. Once they have this organizational resource mastered, my students will train the fourth and fifth grade students with IEPs on how important it is to be organized, how being more organized has helped them, and how to use the smart notebook. Once those students have been trained, my students will give each fourth and fifth grade IEP student a smart notebook to use in their own classes. Each of my students will get the chance to train at least one student. Some will get to train more. The data I collect should show results quickly. I will keep track of how many times per week my students raise their hands to ask questions in class, to answer a question in class, or join a club, group, or after school activity. I expect to see results within two to three weeks. Upon completion of this strategy, seventy students with IEPs will be impacted. I am hopeful to see an increase in organization and confidence from all IEP students in the fourth through eighth grades, and a decrease in lost assignments, resulting in increased grades, increased participation in activities, and chances of future success.