Teaching Students to Manage Their Digital Assignments

By Rachael Jamil 
edutopia.org
4 min



Predictable routines can teach students how to use organizational tools and help them develop their executive function skills.


You just wrapped up an invigorating conversation with your 10th-grade students. They contributed brilliant ideas, and you’re looking forward to reading the written reflections you assigned for homework. But when you log into Google Classroom the next day to grade their work, you find that nearly half of your students didn’t submit the assignment. Only two-thirds of them even opened the document.

Sound familiar?

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