Put First Things First with a Checklist
Some students would benefit from having a checklist of all tasks that need to be completed daily. Checklists could help students stay on task, organized, and focused. You could make a generic checklist with your student that has tasks they must complete every day. For example, list out the live lessons they should attend and the assignments they should complete each day. Alternatively, your student could make a checklist at the beginning of each day that lists tasks that are specific to that day. Either way, teach your student to prioritize tasks like assessments and required meetings such as live lessons, possibly marking priority tasks with a special symbol. Students will feel a sense of accomplishment as they check off each task, and they will be better able to manage their time and become independent learners.