Organisation is the ability to be systematic and efficient. Organisational skills involve utilising time, energy, and resources in an effective way so that you achieve the things you want or need to achieve. Frequently we learn through trial and error. These are skills which people generally acquire over time through trial and error.
Some teenagers with have difficulty organising their thoughts, personal belongings and school resources as many students have difficulties with Executive Function and therefore may need to be taught organisational strategies.
The more organisational skills are practised, the greater the likelihood your teenager will succeed in their educational, vocational, and personal pursuits.