Teacher of Dyslexic Students Offers Comprehensive Approach to Organizational Skills

Marge Weiner, director of The Total Learning Center in Neptune, NJ, has been specializing in working with learning disabled students since 1982.  Marge believes that the lack of a systemic approach to organization for all students is the root of diminished success for students of all ages and abilities.  Her realization became a dedication to improving the organizational skills of her learning disabled students. Now, almost 30 years later, she is calling on reform throughout the education system by asking schools to adopt more formalized organizational training for all students.

The Organized School Binder was created by Marge to help her students learn proper organizational skills that can be applied to all aspects of their lives.  The binder teaches students how to categorize and encourages forming healthy habits that frown upon clutter and disarray. The system is especially helpful for learning disabled students who often need systems in place to ensure a structured and attainable learning experience.

Marge’s system is about simplicity and she says teaching students the Organized School Binder approach early in life provides an excellent opportunity to prevent them from failing later on. 

The Organized School Binder is a three ring binder that incorporates various useful organizational tools such as tabbed sections for each school subject.  Instead of buying dozens of folders for each subject, the Organized School Binder has ONE folder which students use during the day to store their paperwork.  At the end of each day, students must organize and file their papers behind the proper subject tabs. 

Marge believes that organization is the key to success in many areas of our lives, “We are trying to teach students how to organize their time and their materials. These skills transfer over to everyday tasks in life.  We categorize and organize all day long, sometimes without even knowing it,” says Marge. 

Marge is calling on schools nationwide to adopt her 3 ring binder system for students as young as 1st grade.  “It’s preventative medicine,” says Marge, “Let’s teach them organization before they become disorganized.”

The Organized School Binder is for sale on Marge’s website, . Schools may also contact Marge regarding bulk orders by sending an email to or by filling out a contact form online at

About Marge Weiner

Marge Weiner is the creator and founder of the Organized School Binder system and the Total Learning Center located in New Jersey.  She has dedicated her 30 year professional career to helping alternative learners reach their full potential.  The Total Learning Center was founded by Marge in 1982 and is the only center of its kind in NJ to offer remedial and enrichment programs for children and adults with learning disabilities.

She received her B.A. in Special Education from William Paterson University and her M.A. in Special Education from Loyola College. In addition she is a certified Academic Language Therapist with specialized training in the area of dyslexia.

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Marge Weinger, Creator of the Organized School Binder and Founder of The Total Learning Center

Marge Weiner, Creator of the Organized School Binder and Founder of The Total Learning Center

Get Rid of Clutter: How to Organize for School

Every year just around this time students and parents eagerly shop for back to  HYPERLINK “” school supplies.  They excitedly search the aisles of the school supply stores for colorful folders for every subject, brand new  HYPERLINK “” school binders and a variety of items to fit in the binder. Make this the year to simplify your child’s life.

Tips For Getting Organized for School

Tip #1: One three ring binder

Tip #2: One holding folder at the back of the binder

Tip #3: Less is better/ the more folders the more that can be lost and disorganized

Tip #4: A minimum of two tabs for each subject : class work and test section

Tip #5: Makes this a joint effort between you and your child and check the binder daily for the first month.

How does the simple organized binder system work?

One three ring binder

Two tabs for each subject : class work and test section

One holding folder at the back of the binder to be empties out at the end of the day and paper filed by subject

One bull frog clip in the front of the binder to hold homework when it is completed

One homework planner that fits in the binder

One 3 ring hole puncher

One tool kit(holds pens, pencils, highlighters)

One motivated parent and one motivated child determined to make this simple system work!

It takes 21 days to form a habit. Work together from the first day of school to make the commitment to make this the year to simplify your child’s life by remembering “less is better” when it comes to organizing a school binder.

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