Organization is one of the key factors to success in school. In fact, disorganization can lead to lower grades, increased frustration and stress, and even lower self-esteem. Students who have better organization habits often perform better on assignments, get more done, and have more free time than their disorganized peers.
However, organization is not an inherited trait—it is learned. This means that it’s important to make sure your child is developing and practicing good organizational habits regularly.
Read more: ORGANIZATION TIPS FOR SCHOOL—HOW TO GET YOUR CHILD ORGANIZED via Grade Power
How to get and stay organized for school, along with time management tips, from organizational experts.
As the school year continues to pick up steam, it can sometimes feel near impossible to stay organized. You have your classes, your sports or other extracurriculars, plus your social life — and, as they all become increasingly busy and demanding, what feels like a decreasing number of hours in the day. But, when your schedule gets crazy, keeping your space and your schedule clean and organized is what will keep you sane. Read on for 11 expert time and space management and organization tips to help get you through the rest of this school year as stress-free as possible.
Read more: 11 School Organization and Time Management Tips via Teen Vogue
Recognize your talents and abilities and stretch yourself to reach your full potential. Here are some tips to help:
Read more: Successful Organization and Study Tips via South Brunswick Public Schools