Sample Student Agenda Format

Sample Student Agenda Format

[The student agenda is written for the student who needs to follow the paper and prepare for the semester in line with the subjects allocated by the school. When the need arises to make students better human beings to deal with all matters in their lives, it is essential to teach them time management skills which would help them to remain organized.]

Points to consider while drafting Student Agendas –

  • It is important for the student to mention the mission of the school and the agenda prepared.
  • The agenda can be written for the day, the week, the month of the entire semester if the student has access to all the information.
  • The agenda may also contain information about any meetings the student may be required to hold with the teachers during the semester.
  • The objective of the agenda is not only to teach the skills of time management but also to prepare him or her for the tasks ahead.
Example of Student Agenda –

High School Student Agenda

Student Log And Supervisory Agenda (Agenda Subject)

Instructions:

Submit this log to your field instructor every week. Two of the items in questions 2, 3, and four that are relevant to this week or the questions you have been asked to address by the field instructor. The content of this log should become the content for your weekly supervisory session.

1. Summarize how you have spent your time during this week.

2. What have been your learning successes during this week?

  • Practice situations.
  • Personal bias situations.
  • Implementing social work values situations.
  • Value conflict situations.
  • Ethical dilemma situations.
  • Social and economic injustice situations.
  • Organizational and community issues.
  • Other.

3. What are the learning challenges you have encountered this week?

  • Practice situations.
  • Personal bias situations.
  • Implementing social work values.
  • Ethical dilemma situations.
  • Social and economic injustice situations.
  • Organizational and community issues.
  • Other.

4. How do you plan to address the challenges you have encountered?

[You may include new approaches, consultation, research, and other professional development activities].

  • Practice situations.
  • Personal bias situations.
  • Implementing social work values.
  • Ethical dilemma situations.
  • Social and economic injustice situations.
  • Organizational and community issues.
  • Other.

 

Another format,

Example of Student Agenda –

College Student Agenda

OHS Committee Meeting Number XX

[Date:]

[Time of the Meeting:]

[Location of the Meeting]

Agenda

1. apologies.

2. attendance.

3. confirmation of the minutes of the previous meeting.

4. matters arising from the minutes of the previous meeting.

5. safety officers report.

  • Risk management.
  • Workplace safety inspections [actions arising].
  • Audits [recommendations arising and actions taken].
  • Hazard and incident reports [preventive action review].
  • Staff and student induction.
  • Occupational health and well-being.

6. specialty officers report.

Building a warden report detailing the number of evacuations completed including drills, false alarms, and real emergency.

  • Actions arising.
  • Biosafety officer report if applicable.
  • Radiation safety officer if applicable.
  • First aid coordinator report is applicable
  • laser safety officer if applicable.

[Note: As the skills cannot be learned without practice, it is strongly suggested that students use an agenda in school to prepare for learning one of the most difficult tasks which will be extremely helpful for them.]