Staying organized is important for any student to be successful. However, many struggle to stay organized. In fact, our recent survey highlights that a lack of organization is the leading barrier to student success.
For some, it’s an issue of getting started and for others, it’s difficult maintaining an organization system. Organizational skills for students apply to any age. It’s never too late to practice organization in the classroom.
Each school is different. Each has its own set of normal procedures, values, and beliefs. One institution’s rituals and ceremonies may differ from an institution in the neighboring district. Each school has prized symbols and stories that give the school its unique personality.
Driving and improving student success is a top goal for educators. Factors that contribute to success vary, ranging from student preparation to motivation to engagement. In truth, student success takes on many forms like meeting academic or curriculum goals and developing social skills.
Last month, we surveyed education professionals. Survey respondents included principals, assistant principals, superintendents, teachers, coordinators, administrative assistants, secretaries, coaches, and more.