How to Create an Organization System for your teen
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How to Create an Organization System for your teen

Never lose homework again!
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58 students enrolled
Created by Rachael G
Last updated 4/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • 5 Articles
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Keep all academic documents organized, and maintain an organization system for future daily use.
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Requirements
  • You will need to know what type of academic student your teen is.
Description

Does your teen ever complete homework and assignments, and then place them in their backpack never to be seen again?

If your teen is struggling in school, is always disorganized, and losing notes, homework, study guides, and assignments, then this is the course for you!

This course will help you create an organization system for your teen to use again and again every day. This system will organize all class notes, home notes, text notes, homework, tests, quizzes, and graded assignments.

Setting up an organization system for your teen is the easiest way to help your teen perform better in school. By implementing and using this system, your teen will be able to have immediate results in any class. 

If your teen does not have an organization system set in place, then this is the first step you need to make to help your teen in school.

I have been a tutor for over 10 years, and whenever I have a new student, the first thing I do is set them up this system. Even before we go over tests and homework, we set up this organization system. 

In the course Lectures, we will discussing the supplies needed, how to organize folders, binders, notebooks, assignments, and calendars. Included are many printable visual diagrams to help you create the organization system. 

By the end of this course, your teen will never lose homework or study guides again, turn in all assignments they completed, which will result in higher grades, have all the study materials they need for ACEing that next test, and have a complete, fully functional organization system for them to use every single day.

But most importantly, they will learn organization skills that will last them a lifetime.  


Who is the target audience?
  • Parents of teens who are disorganized.
  • Parents of teens who are struggling in school.
  • Parents that lack organization to help their student or teen.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Course Overview
2 Lectures 04:32

Introduction to Instructor
02:01
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Why you need this course.
2 Lectures 06:08
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How to get your teen organized for school
8 Lectures 20:58
Supplies
02:00

Organize folders and binder
04:16

Organize documents
02:56

Organize Notebook
04:14

Organize Assignments and Calendar
02:00

Organize Writing Utensils
02:00


Duct tape fun!
00:45
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Bonus: Study Zone
1 Lecture 02:14
Create the Study Zone
02:14
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Wrap up!
1 Lecture 02:30
About the Instructor
Rachael G
5.0 Average rating
1 Review
58 Students
1 Course
Helping parents whose teens are struggling in school!

I have had a passion for education at a young age. I became valedictorian of my graduating class. I earned my undergraduate degree in 2 and a half years, and earned my Graduate degree by age 22. I have worked in schools as a preschool teacher, inventory manager, substitute teacher, and summer school coordinator. I have tutored many students ranging from high school to graduate school. I love education and I have a passion for learning.