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10/22/2018



How Students Can Stay Organized With Technology

Technology may seem like it's just for fun, but it can actually help students in many ways. In fact, technology can provide your child with great organization tools which they can use to manage their time and tasks much more efficiently. Below are some examples of how your child can use tech to stay organized this school year.

Time Management Tools

Students who have a lot going on can struggle with time management. Keeping track of homework assignments, projects, test dates, social commitments, and other activities can get overwhelming. Luckily, technology offers students the ability to keep a calendar with them at all times. Encourage your child to use an online calendar where they can keep track of all of their commitments. Find a calendar that they can sync all of their devices to, so they can always update it from wherever they are. Using timers is also a great option that will help keep them on task while they study or do homework. Knowing that they're timing themselves will help them keep distractions at bay so that they can finish on time.

Managing Tasks

Using the cloud to store assignments is a great option for students who are constantly on the move. Instead of having to carry around their laptop or a USB with the assignments they're working on, they can instead save their work on the cloud and access it from any computer. Electronic to-do lists are also a great option that they can use to keep track of what they need to achieve each day.

Tutoring in Orlando Is a Great Option for All Students

If your child could use some extra help with their academic, tutoring in Orlando is a great option. Contact The Tutoring Center, Orlando FL at (407) 777-8229 for more information about their tutoring programs and how these can help your child reach academic success.

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