myHomework Student Planner (app) This student planner allows students to track assignments, projects, etc., set due date reminders, sync between devices and organize their time for studying, family, and extra curricular activities. For students who tend to lose paper, this is a nice resource alternative to the traditional paper planner.
Kanbanchi Project Manager (website) Kanbanchi is a project management website that helps students manage projects, visually monitor progress, and communicate and share ideas with one another. It is a great tool for students to monitor their progress on a group task and for teachers to monitor and support students along the way.
Google Calendar (website) If you are using Google classroom, it connects right to students' Google calendars. Working with them to understand its features, such as sending reminders before events or due dates, sharing calendars, and adding attachments to share with others.
GNATT Chart (resource) GNATT charts help students visually represent the parts of a project or plan they need to carry out and in what time frame. It is a great way for them to monitor their progress and make adjustements.
Innovation Flowchart (strategy) The innovation flowchart helps students further subdivide the steps that they need to complete to finish a task or project. It helps them think about logistics, skills, resources, people, etc. that they will need to have in place so that they can come up with strategies to do so, as well as evaluate their progress.
Time Log (strategy) A time log allows students to visualize how they are spending their time and how they can be more efficient when doing different activities. It helps them find their weak spots and time traps. It can be even more helpful to use a reflection activity with it.
30/30 (app) 30/30 allows students to create a schedule of the things they need to complete and to attach time limits to each of them. Then it alerts them when to move on to the next task. This is helpful for students who struggle with knowing how much time to spend on a task and when to move on.
Crash Course Study Skills (videos) Crash Course's study skill series helps students determine ways to study and plan for assessments. If the speech rate is too quick, adjust the speed of the video to 1.5x to make it more manageable.