I bet you didn’t become a teacher to chase students around who didn’t turn in an assignment?

In fact, I bet you became an educator because you believe learning, when it’s unleashed, can transform a student’s life and help our world get better.

That’s why this episode is so important.

Did you know that Unleash Learning has its own podcast? We record all our sessions so you can tune in when it suits you.

I’m going to share with you an EASY 3-step process you can use each time students turn in an assignment that if used consistently can:

  • Honour students who are turning assignments in on time.
  • Support students learning ways to get work done.
  • Help keep your students inspired, even if they don’t have their assignment.

We’re cheering you on!
Dr. William DeJean


What is your go-to strategy for getting students to turn assignments in on time? Share your comment below and help inspire others.

One Comment

  • Dianne Gibbs-Jones says:

    When my students have an assessment piece that will take some time to complete I set mini deadlines to help the students to get organised. I also ask the students to record their own mini deadlines, in either a hardcopy diary or some other electronic form, so that they can keep track of when each section should be completed by.
    I also use the reminder section of my whiteboard for dates when mini deadlines are coming up so that the students have a visual reminder each time they enter the room.

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