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Helping Students Break the Procrastination Habit
DECLARING WAR ON YOUR STUDENTS PROCASTINATION
Book now! “Putting off an easy thing makes it hard, putting off a hard thing makes it impossible”. George H. Lorimer
Procrastination is bad news!
- Research shows that the longer students waited to turn in an assignment, the worse their grades were.
- Meta-analysis has found that procrastination was associated with lower grades across 33 studies that included over 38,000 students.
- Medical research has linked procrastination to higher levels of stress, depression, anxiety, and fatigue.
Book now! “Procrastination is hope’s natural assassin!”
You’ll find mainly three types of students who are their own worst enemies.
- The bright but disorganised
- The anxious perfectionists
- The indecisive with chronic affirmation needs
This workshop is packed full of practical ways your school can eradicate procrastination in your school starting today.
Book now! “It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.” Seneca
Driven by an EPIC behaviour management approach that shows teachers’ how to
- Explain the Behaviours that need to change.
- Predict the danger points when procrastination worsens.
- Influence new positive behaviours by
- Controlling school and teacher interventions.
Book now! “We are so scared of being judged that we look for every excuse to procrastinate.” Erica Jong
The workshop delivers a four step plan for behaviour change.
STEP ONE: DEEP KNOWLEDGE
Clearly understanding the problem, its basis in neuroscience and the urgent need to begin immediately. (Book NOW!)
STEP TWO: CONSISTENT ALIGNED URGENT ACTION
Acting with urgency with every teacher teaching at least two of the sixteen tried and tested evidence based strategies that school in ALL subjects across your school.
STEP THREE: SMASHING THE SABOTUERS
Destroying the distractions and the saboteurs (The Avoiders, Controllers, Hyper-Achievers, Hyper-Rationals, Hyper-Vigilants, Judges, Pleasers, the Victims and the Restless) that lie in wait to trip us all up every day.
STEP FOUR: STRENGTH TRAINING FOR LIFE
Building the life skills that lead to a fulfilled and fruitful life.
Book now: It won’t happen tomorrow if you don’t start today!