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Core Two: Time Management

Prezentace na theory session, seznámení publika s time managementem.

Meghan Juuti

on 11 August 2013

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Transcript of Core Two: Time Management

Some reasons for procrastination:
fear of failure
fear of success
too much of a perfectionist
task is boring and seems irelevant

Time Management Tools
Time Management
How do YOU measure up?
Agree? Disagree? Don't Know?
I set academic and personal goals to guide how I prioritize my time
I can focus on the task at hand
I use a planner, to-do lists, or other planning devices
I can balance my social, personal, and academic commitments
Knowing your goals
Setting priorities to meet your goals
Managing Time Involves:
Taking control of your time
Making a commitment to punctuality
Carrying out your plans
Set priorities based on long term values and personal values
Rank tasks:
What tasks best align with goals and values?
What tasks are needed to meet objectives?
Consider your whole person when setting priorities
Major Topics
Time management is a key factor in achieving academic success
and includes the following:
Taking control of your time
Creating a workable class schedule
Organizing your day
Overcoming procrastination and respecting others' time
Planners have many styles and prices
Find a planner that can work for you
The college may have a calendar with important dates and events
Start with the big picture
Organize Your Days
Set realistic goals for study time
Use waiting time well
Know the best times to study
Control distractions
Avoid multitasking
Enter the details in the planner

Use a planner that is convenient for your style

Back up your planner

Revise schedule as needed
Be flexible
Don't overextend yourself
Determine a realistic workload
Learn to say "no"
Adjust your schedule if you have overextended yourself
Identify Conflitcs &
Assess Priorities
Set due dates ahead of time
Break up large assignments
Plan time based on value
of assignments
Set due dates to complete
parts of tasks
Anticipating the unexpected
Find time for classes, study time, exercise,
work time, family time, and social events
Don't forget to include details
Maintain daily to-do lists
Align to-do lists with time expectations
Note when things are done for a sense of accomplishment
Brainstorm: ways to fight procrastination?
Click Me!
How to concentrate:
plan time and space to concentrate
schedule time
minimize interruptions
read in an environemnt in which you can concentrate best
Respecting Others' Time:
Be on time for class
Meet due dates for assignments
Avoid disrespectful behaviour in class
Don't "hog" the discussion
Keep appointment times with instructors
Read Chapter 2 before attempting the quiz!
Click me to learn how to budget your time!
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