It is little wonder, then, why so many students struggle academically to keep up with the demands on their time and attention. As the students grow, their ways of processing things psychologically and emotionally are continually changing, creating an even more hectic school experience for them. This can, and oftentimes does, lead to frustration for students as well as lower grades and performance in school.
However, studies have proven time and again that a way to mitigate these frustrations is through organizational-based learning. Routines and planning can help alleviate a child’s stress when it comes to school courses and homework. Effective time management, planning, and regular decluttering of backpacks, locker, binders, or any other place where school work might be kept can all be effective steps to helping students achieve higher grades (Debbie).
Executive skills classes and trainings are also a means of helping and assisting students in acquiring
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Grime, Shawn. "Organized Students = Successful Students." American School Counselor Association (ASCA). 01 May 2010. Web.