Time management is part of the implementation phase of self-regulating learning. Students learn to plan the use of time during a task. Time management helps to ensure that within the successful learning process, pupils complete the tasks within a set time frame. In this way, pupils are motivated.
The third year in a Brussels school prepares the pupils by offering two different types of study plans. The study planning lists the subject matter and contains repetition moments. In the first study schedule, the teacher already offers a schedule, taking into account the time period. In the second study planning, students can write down their own planning. In doing so, they take into account the first study planning and hobbies.
The example below is used in the third year, but can also provide added value for pupils in the second and third grade of primary education.