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Getting Organized & Good Work Habits for Students

Getting Organized & Good Work Habits for Students

Getting Organized & Good Work Habits for Students

All Kinds of Minds
All Kinds of Minds
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 09 Jun 2014
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Last updated: 11 Feb 2021

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Mrs Katherine Shimek (15 Oct 2020)
I loved being able to have course notes, in which I could refer to when taking the test, even though I didn't feel like I needed them.
Stephan Rybicki (17 Apr 2020)
I spent about 5 hours on this 2 credit hour course.
The test was horrible. In my opinion, I thought too many questions were asking for small trivial bits of information that had to be literally picked out of the course articles. I think that the questions should have asked about broader course information from the topics and sub-topics and not one-word vocabulary answers.
Heather Guijosa (18 Dec 2019)
Lots of good ideas for teaching kids to plan ahead, but I did need to reread a couple of sections due to wording being a little difficult to understand.

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During the early school years, students must begin to develop good work habits including preparing for schoolwork, organizing time and effort, and developing effective study skills. As children continue into middle school and high school their success depends, to a large degree, on refining and sustaining these work habits. Time management, organizational skills, and efficient study skills become especially important by this stage.

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Help students develop good work habits including preparing for schoolwork, organizing time and effort, and develop effective study skills.
Help students refine and sustain time management, organizational skills and efficient study skills.
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All Kinds of Minds
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

At All Kinds of Minds, we are passionate about learning. About giving teachers the knowledge to reach all their students. About the science of learning. About seeing every student reach their potential – fully!
By building expertise around how students learn, we can transform schools. We can put the knowledge of how to help students where it belongs – in the hands of teachers. And we can prepare all kinds of minds for success in school and life.

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Mrs Katherine Shimek (15 Oct 2020)
I loved being able to have course notes, in which I could refer to when taking the test, even though I didn't feel like I needed them.
Stephan Rybicki (17 Apr 2020)
I spent about 5 hours on this 2 credit hour course. The test was horrible. In my opinion, I thought too many questions were asking for small trivial bits of information that had to be literally picked out of the course articles. I think that the questions should have asked about broader course information from the topics and sub-topics and not one-word vocabulary answers.
Heather Guijosa (18 Dec 2019)
Lots of good ideas for teaching kids to plan ahead, but I did need to reread a couple of sections due to wording being a little difficult to understand.

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