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Time Management. An Interactive Presentation. By Charlotte Amenkhienan. for EDCI 5314 Spring 2001. Time Management. This is an exercise designed to teach students time management skills The only prerequisites for this exercise are: the ability to read the ability to do simple arithmetic

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time management

Time Management

An Interactive Presentation

by charlotte amenkhienan

By Charlotte Amenkhienan

for EDCI 5314

Spring 2001

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Time Management
  • This is an exercise designed to teach students time management skills
  • The only prerequisites for this exercise are:
    • the ability to read
    • the ability to do simple arithmetic
  • The purpose of this exercise is to enable students to do the following:
    • Assess their use of time.
    • Practice making a schedule
    • Learn time management techniques.
assessment of time use
Assessment of Time Use
  • The following activity will help you determine how you are spending your time
  • Doing this activity will enable you to determine:
    • how you are spending your time
    • how much time you have to study
where does time go
Where Does Time Go?
  • Examples of daily activities include:
    • Number of hours of sleep each night
    • Number of hours spent grooming each day
    • Number of hours for meals/snacks, including
    • Preparation/clean-up time
    • Travel time to and from campus, or residence hall
    • chapter meetings, leadership/service activities,
    • Intramurals, religious gatherings, etc.
    • Number of hours per day of errands, etc.
    • Number of hours of work per week
    • Number of hours of class per week
    • Number of hours per week with friends,
    • Social parties, going out, watching TV, etc.
how to assess use of time
How to Assess Use of Time
  • Multiply the number of hours you spend on each activity by 7
  • Add up the number of hours
  • Subtract the sum from 168 (the number of hours in a week)
  • The number of hours you have left, is the amount of study time you have in a week to study for your class.
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determining study time
Determining Study Time
  • The number of hours you have left, is the amount of time you have in a week to study for your classes. The general rule of thumb is 2 hours of studying for every hour spent in class.
  • If for example, you are taking 15 hours, your are supposed to spend 30 hours outside of class studying for that class.
  • In addition to the time spent in class, you will have a 45-hour work week. It is up to you to vary this based on the level of difficulty of your classes.
  • If you do not have enough time to study do the following:
    • Make a study schedule, and use time management techniques.
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