Organization of Ideas
Tools for learning. Skills for life.
Organizing ideas for learning impacts writing, reading comprehension, studying and math problem-solving.
Organization extends beyond just physical materials; idea organization can also pose a challenge to many students. Students who struggle to organize their ideas may have trouble sorting, categorizing, and ordering information while reading, note-taking, outlining and planning their writing, studying, and problem-solving in math. They may also have trouble following the organization of a lecture or reading assignment.
Organizational tools like graphic organizers, writing templates, note-taking structures, problem-solving approaches, and active reading strategies can help cultivate organized thinking. We ascribe to the notion that “one size does not fit all.” There are many ways to organize ideas in writing, reading, studying, and problem-solving. Engaging Minds executive function coaches guide students through step-by-step problem-solving solutions, allowing each student to determine which organizational tools work best for them.