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Transcript of Time Management
"Mind Mapping" Method
By learning to manage your time well, you will be able to prioritize, organize, and succeed in your studies in the midst of competing activities of friends, family, work, etc.
copy and paste as needed and take advantage of an infinite canvas!
Write the primary idea of the mind map in the center. Use different color notes to differentiate between topics. Use lines and arrows to create branches that connect ideas to each other.
See how much time you spend on different activities each day
Go to this website and follow the directions
Continue with MY Weekly Schedule and Creating To-Do Lists
Blocks of Study Time & Breaks
-If you don't schedule a time to study your probably never will
-Make sure you study for a chunk of time to retain information
-But allow yourself a mind break to restore energy for continued studying
Dedicated Study Space
-Find a place free from distractions
(no cell phone & no texting)
-Have a back-up space ready
-Where do you study & what makes it a good study space?
Prioritize your assignments
-Begin with the most difficult task or subject to get it out of the way
-You will be fresh and have the most energy
Identify resources to help you
-Saves you time and energy
-A teacher, FMP, parent, friend, internet, library, etc.
Using your dead time
-Times in your day when you can't be doing another activity, but can be studying
-Examples: riding the bus, late start time, after football practice waiting for a ride, waiting in the doctor's office, etc.