This Planning and Organization: Crash Course Study Skills #4 video also includes:
A good, regularly maintained organizational system can be the difference between a stressful year and a productive year. Guide high schoolers and college students through setting up their own method for organizing classes, information, and time with an episode from a playlist focused on improving study skills.
- Show the video on the first day with a class set of tablets or in a computer lab, and help learners set up
- Briefly recommends the Bullet Journal method for paper notes and Evernote for digital notes; consider implementing a variation of these note-taking methods in the classroom
- Recommends the Todoist task manager app, as well as Trello, Microsoft To-Do, and Any.Do.
- Video moves quickly through strategies and tips, so learners may benefit from frequent pausing and jotting down notes or asking questions
- Video provides many solid examples of organizational methods
- Combines visual cues and narration to access multiple learning styles