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time management

How to improve your time management for students at SFCC
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Teri Tucker

on 23 May 2016

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Time Management
Get ALL of your course syllabi and write down the due dates for ALL of your assignments.
TIP: check your courses in CANVAS--are the due dates listed there?

List all of your activities on your calendar and make sure to block out time to study for each class.
An easy way to stop missing due dates is to use Google calendar. Google calendar is free—all you need is a gmail account. (https://www.google.com/calendar)
TIP: some instructors use google calendar in their courses. You can add the course calendar to your own personal google calendar and the dates for the assignments will automatically populate into your calendar.

Your Task
GOAL: Improve Management of Time
reduce stress
academic success
"don't agonize, organize"--E. Franklin
Time Management is...
the art of arranging, organizing, scheduling, and budgeting one’s time for the purpose of generating more effective work and productivity
crucial due to the 24/7 culture in which we live
transferable skill for your personal, academic, and career life
Time, Place, Plan
Effective time management requires you to reorganize your life in order to meet all of your needs and goals.

Find a consistent place for you to study that is safe, clean, and well organized. Make sure it has everything you need such as computer, internet access, good lighting, etc.
Evaluate all the activities you participate in a week.
Write down every activity-- including time to take a shower, drive to class, be at class, work, eat, exercise, and socialize
Make sure you allow time to just be
Do you have time for studying? If not, reorganize your life.
How many hours should you schedule for homework and learning activities?
Generally, the rule of thumb is that you should study approximately 2- 3 hours for every one hour of classroom time.


If you are having trouble fitting everything into 24 hours, you may need to prioritize your activities.

Try ranking your activities on a scale of one to three-- one being the most important and three being the least.
Self-discipline

Keeping a calendar or a daily planner is helpful to stay on task, but self-discipline is also required.

The most efficient to-do list in the world will not help someone who does not follow their own plan.

Memento Vivere
”--Remember to Live!

Get on top of your time management, get organized, stay on task, but live your life.

Schedule some time off every day and one day off each week.
Don't think a critical task will get done in your spare time
or prioritize this way...
A = the list of items to do today;
B = things that need to be done in the next week
C = in the next month or so.
Next, rank the items in each list
Then, estimate how much time each item will take
Got time to sleep?
FOR MORE INFORMATION
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Time_management
Did you remember to schedule time to sleep?
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