Building Older Students’ Organizational Skills

By Judy Willis 
edutopia.org
5 min
January 12, 2023



Educators can help empower middle and high school students to independently manage their growing responsibilities.


You’ve no doubt had students who were repeatedly unprepared for class or late with incomplete assignments. Although frustrating, these and other inadequate organizational skills don’t reflect low intelligence or motivation. Like other executive functions, such as judgment, prioritizing, emotional self-management, or critical thinking, organizational skills aren‘t inborn in students. However, you can help your secondary students get skills they may not have had the opportunity to learn in their earlier school years.

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