High School Organization Binder

Definition:

A 3 ring binder for one subject with dividers for organization. Included are teacher prepared notes so the student does not have to rely on his own writing and note taking.

Situation:

I have a student in my Algebra class who participates and can do the work but his organization and writing is so poor he has difficulty studying for tests. I’ve tried using the computer, getting him folders but to no avail, what can I do to help him?

  • Situation

    I have a student in my Algebra class who participates and can do the work but his organization and writing is so poor he has difficulty studying for tests. I’ve tried using the computer, getting him folders but to no avail, what can I do to help him?

  • Summary

    Provide a 1 inch binder just for your class. Use dividers to label sections and provide any notes of your own that are typed so the student does not have to rely on his own handwriting and note taking.

  • Definition

    A 3 ring binder for one subject with dividers for organization. Included are teacher prepared notes so the student does not have to rely on his own writing and note taking.

  • Quick Facts
    • Child's Age: 11-13, 14-17, 18+
    • Planning Effort: Low
    • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Pre-requisites

    Teacher prepared notes, 3 ring one inch binder, dividers

  • Process
    1. Buy a 3 ring one inch binder with dividers.

    2. Provide the student with teacher notes, worksheets, papers to assist in studying and examples of problems covered.

    3. Check periodically to assist in cleaning out the papers that are no longer necessary.

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