The effect of classroom organization on student success
Politte, Destiny Nicole
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The purpose of this study was to see how student organization affected success in the classroom and can the student take over their own education through organization. Students were provided with a unit binder organized by the teacher. This binder was not only be used for daily classwork but was also allowed to be used on formative assessments. To see if the organized unit binder was helping students actually learn, the formative assessment scores were compared to the scores of a summative assessment where the student were not allowed to use the unit binder. The results from this study showed no significant difference in the scores between the formative and summative assessments and that students completed more work during the treatment unit. This concludes that students did benefit from the use of the classroom organization.