March 26, 2020
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Newer School Psych Tip: Organization is Key
As we are approaching the spring rush in the field of school psychology, this may be a good time to rest, rejuvenate over your spring break and then make sure your organizational systems are set into place. Spend 30 minutes over your break thinking about all of your organizational systems.
Determine which ones are working smoothly, which ones slipped away from you, and which ones fell apart. Brainstorm some ways to improve your systems. Follow us on social media (see links at the bottom of the page) as we will be providing organizational tips in social media.
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