One way to help students develop effective study habits and time management skills is to help them build study plans. A study plan is a playlist of Khan Academy videos and exercises mapped against deadlines. Students can use these plans to take ownership of their college preparation process.
Here are some sample study plans and playlists that you and your students can customize or use as inspiration:
- Two-week study plan for Algebra I (XLSX) (e.g., for Accuplacer or Compass Elementary Algebra test)
- Three-week study plan for Algebra II, Trigonometry, and Geometry (XLSX) (e.g., for an Accuplacer College Level Math Test)
- Playlist mapping Accuplacer topics (docx) to Khan Academy content, created by the New England Board of Higher Education
Of course, study plans are not a one-size-fits-all solution. You and your students can use the guide below to build customized study plans. Additionally, if desired, you can use coach recommendations to hold students accountable for completing their study plans.
Download this guide as a PDF: Building a study plan.