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Strategic Time Management (for College Students)
Keith Allenon 28 October 2014
Transcript of Strategic Time Management (for College Students)
4 Steps of micro
1. List Goals
2. Organize & Prioritize
3. Formulate Plan
4. Schedule & Execute
the Most Critical step is
adapting semester perspective to a 2-week plan
For the next 2 weeks
List your goals for each class
Apply for Scholarships
Prepare for Food Sale
History Readings Ch11-14
Chemistry Lab Report
History Online hwk
1. Set the deadlines for the items
on your list
2. Estimate how much time you
need to finish each task
how much time you
Read/take notes on articles/book sections
Develop Q's for discussion
Formulate potential answers
Priority B or Category II: Important but not Urgent
Schedule first meeting
identify roles & goals
due diligence / complete individual tasks
final meeting & prep for presentations
perform program review
Maintain an accurate semester perspective
Identify best sources
Lead Class Discussion
contact / schedule participants
collect data / transcribe / pull themes
meet with client
finalize findings, write-up, and presentation of data
Final due: 03/24
Divide big jobs into smaller, workable steps.
Start big projects within the first week of being assigned
Set daily and weekly goals and reward yourself (appropriately) when you complete them.
Consider Your Study Environment
Learn to self-regulate
Effort & Energy
Fill in all the things you HAVE to do each week first.
Use small amounts of free / in-between time to study and review material.
Look at school like a full time jobi.e. 40hrs/week
Make sure your schedule is realistic and allows some room for flexibility.
Use to-do lists
Plan your effort in 2-Week Increments
Priority Schedule: A, B, C
A: Vital--Must get done (now/immediately)
B: Important--Needs to get done, but may be put off
C: Optional--Can be put off indefinitely
Urgent vs. Important