- color coding: simple tricks such as color-coding notebooks, binders, and folders to match the subject area can be used for students to help organize their work
- agenda book/planner
- sticky notes/post-it notes
- to-do lists/memory aide lists
- digital organizers (free): tools such as the To-Do List app, Google Keep, Trello, can be used to help stay organized with homework, projects, and their daily schedules.
- digital homework agendas: Google Calendar (free) and My Homework Planner (free) are able to sync across devices to keep updated and cohesive log of the homework and projects assignments and due dates. Google Calendar is a bit more sophisticated and better for older students where My Homework Planner is a good tool for middle-high school students. Another option is a simple digital agenda through a Google Doc (e-mail the AT specialist for access)
- Rewordify.com (free): students can copy and paste text into the site and the tool will simplify the language and text to reduce frustration and increase comprehension and reading success
- TextCompactor.com (free) and SummarizeThis.com (free): Both of these websites can be used as summarizing tools to help students with academic organization. Students copy and paste the text they want to read, then the special algorithm will summarize the text with the most important information from the text