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Teaching Children Organization and Efficient Study Habits (K-12)

This class is intended to provide you with tools that you can use to help your children or students develop organizational skills, which will augment and simplify their learning.

Teaching Children Organization and Efficient Study Habits (K-12)

This class is intended to provide you with tools that you can use to help your children or students develop organizational skills, which will augment and simplify their learning.
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Get answers to these questions (+more): Why are organizational skills important, can children of an advanced age develop them, and why do some children struggle so much establishing study habits in the first place? Most importantly, where do you even begin and what are the priorities?
An optional project that you can choose to complete as practice and a way to get started on implementing some of the suggested tools.
Before we teach students any skills, it is vital that we as parents, teachers or counselors acknowledge that each child learns in a unique manner and that not all children will respond to the same teaching methods or be able to use identical tools to develop their skills. In understanding this very important aspect of learning, we can begin to truly offer them the help they need.
This section will cover teaching students organization, time-management, note-taking and test-taking skills, as well as helping them in enhancing their concentration and ability to retain information.
In order for any learning to take place, a child must feel confident and at ease. Thus, it is important that we tend to their psychology before attempting to offer them academic assistance.
Important things to take with you as you leave this class.

Many students, despite their intelligence, grade level or academic experience, struggle in getting organized and developing organizational techniques that will enhance their performance in schoolwork.

Class Audience: Parents, Teachers, Tutors, Counselors

This class is designed for parents, counselors, teachers, or tutors who are currently working with such students and are seeking to find efficient ways to assist students in achieving their full potential.

Content: Study Skills Loading

The course involves learning how to promote skills including, but not limited to, time-management, test-taking, concentration, memory, as well as encouraging a positive attitude and academic motivation, which are fundamental to the learning process. No prior knowledge is required, and many tools that are instantly applicable will be shared.

Requirements

  1. There are no prerequisites or requirements for someone interested in taking this class.
  2. Just have an open mind and be willing to consider all perspectives and you will dive right in.
Get answers to these questions (+more): Why are organizational skills important, can children of an advanced age develop them, and why do some children struggle so much establishing study habits in the first place? Most importantly, where do you even begin and what are the priorities?
An optional project that you can choose to complete as practice and a way to get started on implementing some of the suggested tools.
Before we teach students any skills, it is vital that we as parents, teachers or counselors acknowledge that each child learns in a unique manner and that not all children will respond to the same teaching methods or be able to use identical tools to develop their skills. In understanding this very important aspect of learning, we can begin to truly offer them the help they need.
This section will cover teaching students organization, time-management, note-taking and test-taking skills, as well as helping them in enhancing their concentration and ability to retain information.
In order for any learning to take place, a child must feel confident and at ease. Thus, it is important that we tend to their psychology before attempting to offer them academic assistance.
Important things to take with you as you leave this class.

About the instructors

Markella Kaplani

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Other than my role as a psychotherapist, I have extensive experience working with students of all grade levels in the context of facilitating them in reaching their learning potential.

My teaching philosophy involves using my degrees in clinical-counseling psychology in combination with my accumulated experience and certification in special education so as to design programs that will enhance students' academic self-esteem, motivation, and learning efficacy.

In the past, I have held a position in a private school where I coordinated and taught in its Learning Support Program, and thus possess the skills necessary to address the needs of children who may learn differently.

Currently, I aid students in attaining the study skills necessary to augment their academic performance and efficiency on an individual level. Simultaneously, I continue to practice counseling via Skype (worldwide!) and in my office in Athens, Greece.

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