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Title: The effect of a personal organizer on students' self-perception of organization skills
Other Titles: Students' self-perception of organizational skills
Authors: Plessa, Anastasia
Keywords: Organizational skills
Learning difficulties
Personal organizer
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: Lack of organizational skills has been consistently found to be a factor increasing the risk of low academic achievement. Especially in the case of students with learning difficulties such factors tend to have a bigger impact in their academic achievement and performance. Therefore, the importance of organizational skills for studying are essential for achieving high levels of academic performance as well as personal self-confidence. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of using organizational tools, namely a personal organizer, on LD students' perception of organizational skills using self-report questionnaires. Ten students with an official diagnosis of learning difficulties were taught how to use a personal organizer. The results indicate that the use of a personal organizer significantly increased students' own perception of organization in their study.
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