Good Day Plan
Think about what a good day at school or work looks like for you. Do you need coffee? Do you need to listen to music first thing in the morning or do you need some quiet time to start your day? Does it happen now? If not, what can you do to make it happen? Who can help you out along the way? The Good Day Plan helps you make and stick to a daily plan.
About the Good Day Plan
The Good Day Plan allows you to view your day from beginning to end and helps you identify a structure/routine that enables you to have a good day. It gives you a backup plan in case something you had planned doesn’t happen as expected, and allows for better interaction with your network of support.
You and a teacher/parent/mentor visualize a good day and write down the steps to achieve it. Then, using the apps or following the template, create an action plan to make your good day happen more often. The iOS app works only with iPads and includes a Teacher Dashboard that allows teachers to track and manage their class. The Web app works on any connected device or computer.
Good Day Plan Videos
The following videos will give you a good idea of how the Good Day Plan can be filled out, differentiated, and put to use.
Good Day Plan for Caleb
Good Day Plan as Behavior Support
Principal Discusses Benefits of GDP
Differentiating the Good Day Plan
Good Day Plan for Devon
Good Day Plan using iPads
Alex Shares His Good Day Plan
Kameron’s Good Day Plan
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Try out the app version of the Good Day Plan! Our web-app is ready to go and can be used on any device with an internet connection. The iOS app requires an iPad and teacher management, but adds the options of organizing your tools within groups or classes.
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