MUST BE TWO PARAGRAPHS EACH.You know that your students need to be organized and self- regulating to dowell in both their current and their future classes. But many of thestudents just don’t seem to know how to take charge of their own learning.They have trouble completing larger projects-many wait until the lastminute. They can’t organize their work or decide what is most important.Some can’t even keep up with assignments. Their book bags are disasterareas–filled with long overdue assignment sheets and class handouts fromlast semester crumbled in with school newsletters and permission slips forfield trips. You are concerned because they will need to be much moreorganized and on top of their work as they progress through their education.You have so much material to cover to meet district guidelines, but many ofyour students are drowning in the amount of work they already have..What organizational skills do students need to be successful in yoursubject or class?.What could you do to teach these skills, while still covering the materialthat will be on the proficiency or achievement tests the students will haveto take in the spring?.How would you help students develop an authentic sense of efficacy forguiding their own learning?