Organizing Your Student to Success
In this issue of Organize! Kathy Jenkins recognizes that although organizing doesn’t come automatically to kids, it is obtainable and needs to become a critical role in everyday life. She said, “Just because a child is old enough to understand calculus, if they’ve never been taught the fundamental concepts, they’re not going to be able to do the work. Organizing is the same sort of thing.”
Students, especially high school students, are undertaking an increasing amount of stressful challenges during school, after school activities and commitments. We need to make sure our kids have all the opportunities to explore their high school experience. Two of the most important parts of achieving success is:
1. Being comfortable with fundamentals
2. Being organized
To read more about Kathy’s strategies, her workshop titled Reaching Your Full Potential and the rest of this article, pick up a copy of Organize!
“If they can get a sense that this goes beyond school… to college and career, then they have
an opportunity to embrace these concepts and not just apply them to school [right now]”.
Kathy Jenkins, The Organizing Tutor
If you are considering whether your son or daughter would benefit from working with a professional tutor, consider taking the The Organizing Tutor® Student Organizing Assessment & Recommendations Report! It only takes about 30 minutes to complete and you will be rewarded with a variety of recommendations for helping your child organize their space, manage their paper and time, and study effectively; all specifically tailored to the way they learn and think.
CLICK HERE and learn more or sign up to receive The Organizing Tutor® Student Organizing Assessment & Recommendations Report offered through The Organizing Tutor!
Kathy Jenkins is the President of Come To Order, a residential professional organizing company in Richmond, VA. As a Certified Professional Organizer®, Certified Family Manager® Coach, Love & Logic® Parenting Facilitator/Coach and Student Organizer, Kathy especially enjoys working with kids and their families to help them learn good organizational skills that will benefit them for a lifetime. To learn more about The Organizing Tutor® Student Organizing Assessment & Recommendations Report, visit Kathy at The Organizing Tutor.