Ashland Organizational Tutor

Ashland Organizational Tutor

From the moment you wake up to the moment you lay your head down to sleep, you spend a good amount of your day completing tasks that demand organizational skills. You may not even notice how much organization goes into filling your day with normal activities. However, for those who struggle with organizing, even accomplishing one or two tasks over the course of a day can be a challenge—especially in school-aged children. At Engaging Minds, we pair your child with an Ashland organizational tutor to help him or her learn to succeed through organization.

Different from an academic tutor, an Ashland organizational tutor focuses on time management and other organizational skills that apply both in and out of the classroom. A lot of children struggle with schoolwork, and often it is not related to intelligence or even ability. The goal of each Ashland organizational tutor is to hone in on those organizational skills that underlie accomplishments in school in order to help your child improve in those skills. Organization traces back to multitasking and time efficiency.

Every Ashland organizational tutor at Engaging Minds personalizes their skill development curriculum to accommodate the individual weaknesses and strengths of your son or daughter. Simple tools like backpack organization, color-coding schemes, and scheduling methods are pivotal in their teaching to better prepare the student for academic success in school as well as at home. An Ashland organizational tutor might work with your child on creating a task list that involves prioritization of tasks as well as grouping by subject. Just having a central location, like a 3-ring binder, where all pieces of paper are kept in order can prove a huge obstacle for some children. Not handing in homework assignments, missing take-home projects, and forgetting a section when studying for a test can all be avoided with better organization. Our Ashland organizational tutors work hard alongside your child to improve these skills and set him or her up for success both in and out of the classroom.