Foundations

FoundationsFoundations

Develop Habits of Success

Improve students’ personal and interpersonal skills. Based on the timeless principles from the Sean Covey bestselling book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens:

  • Be Proactive®
  • Begin with the End in Mind®
  • Put First Things First®
  • Think Win-Win®
  • Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood®
  • Synergize®
  • Sharpen the Saw®

The Foundations student planner:

  • Increases personal potential through planning
  • Encourages students to focus on their “big-rocks”—to set priorities, to achieve goals, and to manage time
  • Ingrains the importance of self-discipline and positive interpersonal relationships–necessary for 21st Century graduates and employees
  • Teaches students good habits and self-mastery to reach their Private Victory®
  • Builds a common language and shared understanding of the principles
 

Foundations – Primary School

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Monthly Theme/Calendar Pages

Each month presents a new theme related to The 7 Habits®, building and reinforcing the concepts each month.

At the primary level, the goal of the planner is to introduce students to The 7 Habits®, helping them build awareness and a vocabulary that will lead them to being able to apply the concepts to themselves and their own lives.

Themes:

  • AUGUST: HABITS. An introduction to habits.
  • SEPTEMBER: PARADIGMS & PRINCIPLES. Understanding what are fundamental truths and what are our own perceptions.
  • OCTOBER: PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT®. The concept of empty and full personal bank account supports the development of character.
  • NOVEMBER: Habit 1- BE PROACTIVE®. To think before one acts and take responsibility for the choice made.
  • DECEMBER: Habit 2 - BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND®. Learn to start with an end goal to be most effective.
  • JANUARY: Habit 3 - PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST®. Choose to do the most important things first. Work first, then play.
  • FEBRUARY: RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT. Building deep and lasting relationships with others helps to produce strong interpersonal skills.
  • MARCH: Habit 4 - THINK WIN-WIN® Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
  • APRIL: Habit 5 SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD®. Listen sincerely, communicate effectively.
  • MAY: Habit 6 - SYNERGIZE®. Two or more people producing more together than they could have done separately; based on valuing differences.
  • JUNE: Habit 7 - SHARPEN THE SAW®. A daily process of strengthening or renewing four aspects of oneself: physical, mental, spiritual, and social/emotional.
 

Specifications

Code: FOUP-B10
Size: 8" x 10"
Page Count: 144
Start Date: Aug. 1, 2016
End Date: July 2, 2017
Layout Format: Block


Features

  • Upfront overview of the 7 Habits® introduces students to the founding principles of the 7 Habits®
  • Interactive activities help students apply understanding of the principles
  • How’s your Habit? Reflections ask students to personally evaluate how they’re applying the habit in their daily lives
  • Plan It Tips connect the monthly habit to planning and planner use
 

Foundations – Elementary School

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Monthly Theme/Calendar Pages

Each month presents students with a new theme focused on The 7 Habits®, building and reinforcing the concepts each month.

Using The 7 Habits® as a foundation, elementary students are taught to become more aware of how they can impact their own environment–through the choices they make, how they approach a specific situation, and how their attitude precedes their actions.

Themes:

  • AUGUST: HABITS. An introduction to habits.
  • SEPTEMBER: PARADIGMS & PRINCIPLES. Understanding what are fundamental truths and what are our own perceptions.
  • OCTOBER: PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT®. The concept of empty and full personal bank account supports the development of character.
  • NOVEMBER: Habit 1- BE PROACTIVE®. To think before one acts and take responsibility for the choice made.
  • DECEMBER: Habit 2 - BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND®. Learn to start with an end goal to be most effective.
  • JANUARY: Habit 3 - PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST®. Choose to do the most important things first. Work first, then play.
  • FEBRUARY: RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT. Building deep and lasting relationships with others helps to produce strong interpersonal skills.
  • MARCH: Habit 4 - THINK WIN-WIN® Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
  • APRIL: Habit 5 SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD®. Listen sincerely, communicate effectively.
  • MAY: Habit 6 - SYNERGIZE®. Two or more people producing more together than they could have done separately; based on valuing differences.
  • JUNE: Habit 7 - SHARPEN THE SAW®. A daily process of strengthening or renewing four aspects of oneself: physical, mental, spiritual, and social/emotional.
 

Specifications

Code: FOUE-B10
Size: 8" x 10"
Page Count: 144
Start Date: Aug. 1, 2016
End Date: July 2, 2017
Layout Format: Block


Features

  • Upfront overview of the 7 Habits® introduces students to the founding principles of the 7 Habits®
  • Interactive activities help students apply understanding of the principles
  • How’s your Habit? Reflections ask students to personally evaluate how they’re applying the habit in their daily lives
  • Plan It Tips connect the monthly habit to planning and planner use
 

Foundations – Middle School

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Monthly Theme/Calendar Pages

Each month presents students with a new 7 Habits theme focused on The 7 Habits®, building and reinforcing the concepts each month.

The planner program helps middle school students understand how to build a support system with their friends by starting with being true to and believing in themselves. Confidence is recognized as being key to success.

Themes:

  • AUGUST: HABITS. An introduction to habits.
  • SEPTEMBER: PARADIGMS & PRINCIPLES. Understanding what are fundamental truths and what are our own perceptions.
  • OCTOBER: PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT®. The concept of empty and full personal bank account supports the development of character.
  • NOVEMBER: Habit 1- BE PROACTIVE®. To think before one acts and take responsibility for the choice made.
  • DECEMBER: Habit 2 - BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND®. Learn to start with an end goal to be most effective.
  • JANUARY: Habit 3 - PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST®. Choose to do the most important things first. Work first, then play.
  • FEBRUARY: RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT. Building deep and lasting relationships with others helps to produce strong interpersonal skills.
  • MARCH: Habit 4 - THINK WIN-WIN® Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
  • APRIL: Habit 5 SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD®. Listen sincerely, communicate effectively.
  • MAY: Habit 6 - SYNERGIZE®. Two or more people producing more together than they could have done separately; based on valuing differences.
  • JUNE: Habit 7 - SHARPEN THE SAW®. A daily process of strengthening or renewing four aspects of oneself: physical, mental, spiritual, and social/emotional.
 

Specifications

Code: FOUM-M10; FOUM-B10
Size: 8" x 10"
Page Count: 144
Start Date: Aug. 1, 2016
End Date: July 2, 2017
Layout Format: Matrix; Block


Features

  • Upfront overview of the 7 Habits® introduces students to the founding principles of the 7 Habits®
  • Interactive activities help students apply understanding of the principles
  • How’s your Habit? Reflections ask students to personally evaluate how they’re applying the habit in their daily lives
  • Plan It Tips connect the monthly habit to planning and planner use
 

Foundations – High School

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Monthly Theme/Calendar Pages

Each month presents students with a new theme focused on The 7 Habits®, building and reinforcing the concepts each month.

High school brings new challenges to students, and The 7 Habits® are even more important to help students organize and stay on top of their changing lives. Continuing to build confidence and self-direction are key elements, with a continual, gradual increase of responsibility encouraged.

Themes:

  • AUGUST: HABITS. An introduction to habits.
  • SEPTEMBER: PARADIGMS & PRINCIPLES. Understanding what are fundamental truths and what are our own perceptions.
  • OCTOBER: PERSONAL BANK ACCOUNT®. The concept of empty and full personal bank account supports the development of character.
  • NOVEMBER: Habit 1- BE PROACTIVE®. To think before one acts and take responsibility for the choice made.
  • DECEMBER: Habit 2 - BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND®. Learn to start with an end goal to be most effective.
  • JANUARY: Habit 3 - PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST®. Choose to do the most important things first. Work first, then play.
  • FEBRUARY: RELATIONSHIP BANK ACCOUNT. Building deep and lasting relationships with others helps to produce strong interpersonal skills.
  • MARCH: Habit 4 - THINK WIN-WIN® Have an everyone-can-win attitude.
  • APRIL: Habit 5 SEEK FIRST TO UNDERSTAND, THEN TO BE UNDERSTOOD®. Listen sincerely, communicate effectively.
  • MAY: Habit 6 - SYNERGIZE®. Two or more people producing more together than they could have done separately; based on valuing differences.
  • JUNE: Habit 7 - SHARPEN THE SAW®. A daily process of strengthening or renewing four aspects of oneself: physical, mental, spiritual, and social/emotional.
 

Specifications

Code: FOUH-B5
Size: 5" x 8"
Page Count: 168
Start Date: Aug. 1, 2016
End Date: July 2, 2017
Layout Format: Block


Features

  • Upfront overview of the 7 Habits® introduces students to the founding principles of the 7 Habits®
  • Interactive activities help students apply understanding of the principles
  • How’s your Habit? Reflections ask students to personally evaluate how they’re applying the habit in their daily lives
  • Plan It Tips connect the monthly habit to planning and planner use
 

Take a Closer Look

Students become active participants in their education.

The 7 Habits® content in this planner compels students to take ownership of their education and goal accomplishments. They learn to strive for more.

Success through planning.

This planner encourages students to learn and live by The 7 Habits®. Planning–time management, organisation, goal-setting–is vital in all aspects of life. The 7 Habits® provides an understandable way to think about how to address every aspect of one's life.

Timeless, relevant topics and themes.

The 7 Habits® are timeless and can be utilised at any age, in any situation. Students who embrace The 7 Habits® can address life's events and challenges with confidence and ease.

Focus on behaviours and attitudes.

Each day students are encouraged to apply planning and study strategies to their classes, while using The 7 Habits® to examine their own attitudes and those of peers, which directly impact their own approach.

Supported with educator tools.

To ensure our products are easy to use and provide the most impact possible, we provide extra resources that help educators integrate the program into the classroom. Learn more about our product support in the Online Tab above.

 

Premier planners include helpful sections
beyond planning pages.

PLANNER USER GUIDE

Provides an introduction to the key page features highlighted throughout the student planner.

onTRAC® PLANNING

Introduces students to the four simple steps of the onTRAC® Planning Process, teaching them how to Think, Record, Act and Check for planning and time-management success.

PLANNER CONTENT GUIDE

Provides students an introduction to the themes explored throughout the planner.

PLANNER RESOURCE PAGES

Gives students a handy reference for quick academic reminders on math, language arts, science, and more!

CALENDARS:

August through June planning (Aug 1, 2016 – July 2, 2017) with full-page calendars for monthly and weekly planning Monthly Calendars allows students to make longer-term goals and plans. A new theme is introduced at the start of the month and then reinforced throughout the weekly pages. The weekly calendars allow for day-to-day planning of tests, assignments, and projects and encourage applicable, put-into-practice information based on each monthly theme.

COVER

Select a cover that meets the needs of your school, such as the 7 Habits cover (shown).

View our extensive library of free covers.

 

Fully Supported Solutions


Advance the goals of your planner and elevate the programs effectiveness. Included with planner purchase:

Annotated Teacher Guide

Implement student planner content into the classroom. Each Annotated Teacher Guide provides a visual reference of what is on the student planner page and offers quick-to-do discussion questions, activities to extend learning, and opportunities to engage students and families with the monthly themes at home.

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Planner Scope & Sequence

To help with your planning process, the Scope & Sequence provides an overview of the planner’s monthly themes, learning outcomes, and weekly content focus.

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Family Newsletter

Provide parents and guardians with an orientation to the valuable content that’s in their child’s planners. A quick one-page letter introduces families to the planner’s monthly themes and unique features.

✓ Easy to access, find, and use
✓ Flexible to fit seamlessly into your teaching day
✓ Ready-made, effortless, and instant instruction options
✓ Simple, straightforward, and easy to implement

Learn more information about all Premier’s Online Educator Resources, or download an overview here!

 
 

Franklin Covey is the global leader in effectiveness training, productivity tools, and assessment services for organisations, teams, and individuals. Combined with the educational focus of School Specialty Planning & Student Development, The 7 Habits® options offer a wide variety of tools to help schools, educators and students increase their productivity and effectiveness. Together, we also offer a variety of products based on The 7 Habits® of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey. In fact, School Specialty Planning & Student Development is the exclusive provider of educational planners based on The 7 Habits® for students.

 

Make It Your Own

Planners are great tools for your students, but why not have them work a little harder for you. Customise them with your school's information, and use them as a continual communication piece between administrators, teachers and students.

School Handbook:

The most efficient and cost-effective way to communicate school policies, schedules and events is to add your important school information into your planners. Learn more about school handbooks.

Extended Resource Pages:

Add additional academic resources to your handbook. Choose from more than 100 resource pages. Our extensive library of helpful resource pages can assist students in a number of subject areas. View our complete library of resource pages.

Content Supplements:

Put a spotlight on important issues relevant to your school by choosing from our vast library of supplements. Advance school priorities with supplemental student materials and activities on such topics as anti-bullying, character, study skills, drugs & alcohol and financial planning.

Cover:

Design your own cover that reflects school spirit, or choose from one of our templates that align with the goals you've established for your school. Incorporate your school name front and centre, right on the cover!

Enhancements:

Add a few more features to make your planners truly inspiring to students. Planning stickers, pagefinders, trackable hall passes, student Media/Home-School pouches, two-hole ruler attachments–choose the enhancements that raise the cool factor.