Time Management and Organizational Strategies. Get It Together Presentation provided by UTPB West Texas Literacy Center an HSI funded program. HSI is a federally funded program granted by the Department of Education Title V programs. Developed by: Ana Miller, M.A.. Ed., Reading Specialist.
Time Management and Organizational Strategies
Get It Together
Presentation provided by UTPB West Texas Literacy Center an HSI funded program. HSI is a federally funded program granted by the Department of Education Title V programs.
Developed by: Ana Miller, M.A.. Ed., Reading Specialist
Will the way I am spending my time contribute to my college success?
Do I need to make adjustments?
Which college related areas will require more of my time?
Am I willing to make the necessary changes to achieve college success?
Holidays, vacations, special events
Set Up Your Own System
Set up a simple filing system
Academic information folders
Personal information folders
Organize your study area
Locate and regularly use an IDEAL
Minor disasters can be anticipated and avoided
Follow your schedule for approximately three weeks
Adjust as the semester
Developing this habit will increase productivity.
Syllabi: Your road map for each class
After first day in each course
fill in the Semester Map
Long-range planning begins on day one
LEARNING OVER A PERIOD OF TIME USING REPETITIVE PRACTICE IS A MORE EFFIECIENT AND EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR RETAINING INFORMATION.
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Feldman, Shattles, & McKenzie. (2004). Oracle EDU 1110. Unpublished manuscript, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX.
Leonard, E. (2007). What Every Student Should Know About…Study Skills. New York: Pearson.