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Downloadable Tools

Appointment Notes and Action List

By popular demand, this is a copy of our meeting notes paper: you can take notes and then quickly mark actions to complete in the right-hand column.

Behavior Chart

This chart is designed to help track improve your young child’s behavior by giving randomized rewards.

Daily Report Card

The daily report card is designed to help improve communication and collaboration between educators and parents about  behavior at school.

Home Project Planner

The Home Projects Planner helps couples improve communication and organization as they prioritize the completion of projects at home.

Journal Article Review Form

For college students, this form can be used to review journal articles for critical analysis and/or inclusion in written reports.

Law-ruled paper

Used for the Cornell Note-taking System, law-ruled paper allows you to avoid having to make flash-cards from your textbook and classroom notes.

Meeting Notes and Action List

By popular demand, this is a copy of our meeting notes paper: you can take notes and then quickly mark actions to complete in the right-hand column.

Past Due Assignment Note

This template allows students to ask teachers to document the past-due assignments they need to complete before the end of the grading period.

Project Planner

This project planner is designed to help adults plan out a project at work and get it done.

Prioritized Daily To Do List

The prioritized daily to-do list allows adults and students to recognize their major tasks (tasks that have a big impact on their lives) that are due now and due later.  Minor tasks can be identified and used as rewards after major tasks have been completed.

Request for Test Dates

For students participating in Student Success, this tool allows you to ask teachers about upcoming test dates for planning purposes.

Routine Checklist

Because of problems with working memory, students and adults can easily forget steps in daily routines.  This completed checklist can be used as a quick reminder.

Student Assignment Book

No-frills student assignment book suggested for some students participating in Student Success.

Teen Economics Point Tracking Spreadsheet

For parents, this Excel spreadsheet automatically tracks points earned and points spent using this system described in Parenting Success sessions.

Time Block Worksheet

This Excel spreadsheet allows you to block out time in your weekly schedule for your most important tasks.  Also called a block schedule, it allows you to set up blocks of time devoted to complete specific tasks designated in your contextual priority lists.

What Went Well and Why journal paper

Martin E. P. Seligman, Ph.D. has found that people who keep track of three the things that went well every day have reduced levels of anxiety and depression.  This journal paper can be used to track what went well and why.

More to come…

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