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Prepared by:
Younes TAIA
Brahim ELOMARI
Aziz DRIOUCH
Nadia BAT
Mustapha ABOULAHASSAN
THE EROSION OF TIME :
•   School calender.
•   Intructional time.
•   The pace of instruction.
•   Teacher time-on-task.
•   Student time-on-task.
PRISONERS OF TIME :
The National Education Commission reported ,in
 April 1994, that schools were very much
 controlled by the clock and that true school
 reform must re-examine the allocation and use
 of time o, the schools. The report came up with
 eight recommendations as the rudder of a
 school reform:
Reinvest school around learning, not time.
Fix the design flaw: use time in new and better ways.
Establish an academic day
Keep schools open longer to meet the needs of
 children and communities.
Give teachers the time they need.
Invest in technology.
Develop local action plans to transform schools.
Share the responsibility: finger-pointing and evasion
 must end.
BLOCK SCEDULING:
• What is a Block Schedule?

   On a Block Schedule, the length of class periods gets
  doubled. For example, students attend four 90-minute
  classes each day rather than six 50-minute classes
  each day. Because of the increased time in each
  course, a student can complete a traditional year's
  worth of study in one semester. This allows students
  to take more courses throughout a school year and
  opens up the possibility to study either a wider range
  of elective subjects or more depth in a particular
  subject such as science, math or history.
Advantages of block scheduling:
 Extra time supports more project-based learning and more learning
  activities.
 Teachers see fewer students each day and know them better.
 Time permits more cooperative and hands-on learning.
 Greater depth and breadth of content is possible.
 Less time spent in between class transitions.
 Opportunity for providing more individualized instructions.
 Blocks allow time for more and more one-on-one teaching and
  evaluation.
 Teachers ‘planning time is longer and more feasible.
 Students have less homework each weekday.
 Blocks allow more time to integrate technology into instruction.
Disadvantages of block scheduling:

•   Teachers face the challenges of holding students’ attention.
•   Teachers must have a variety of instructional skills.
•   Teachers have to spend more time with exasperating classes.
•   Students lack daily reinforcement of content.
•   Students find it harder to catch up after absences.
•   Impact on achievement is still questionable.
•   Teachers may end up teaching more courses in a year.
•   Student transfers between schools are more difficult to handle.
•   Blocks may decrease participation in extra-curricular
    activities. (largely due to schedule conflicts with academic
    courses).
Six tips for minimizing classroom interruptions.

 Carry a stopwatch for a day or a week
 Let the world know that intrusions are not welcome
 Hang out a sign outside the doors, such as Important
  Learning in Progress or Please do not disturb : Learning in
  Progress
 If doors or windows provide too many visual distractions,
  rearrange the furniture to face away from the distraction
 Let other teachers know that sending students to borrow
  supplies during class is not welcome. Be tactful but assertive
 Conduct a well planned, organized lesson, have the necessary
  materials ready before class begins.
Teacher time robbers:
Teachers usually suffer from the activities that they most
  frequently cite as keeping them from doing their job better.
  The following are examples of those activities:
 filling out forms, paper work.
 repeating directions.
 dealing with unplanned interruptions.
 doing clerical tasks , photocopying.
 handling classroom behavior.
Classroom routines:
Here are some specific routines some teachers
 find helpful in running their classrooms daily
 activities.
Taking attendance.
Distributing and collecting materials.
Regaining students’ attention.
Storage solutions


A place for everything, and
   everything in its place
The challenge of paperwork
Challenges of producing paperwork are :


• Question of environment .
• Time consuming.
Causes of the paper Deluge
What are the causes of having a lot of papers?
 The number of publications has exploded.
 Many people are concerned with
  documentation.
 The invention of technology (photocopier and
  computer).
Some tips for handling paperwork
Never save papers because you might need them
 someday.
Set aside one day a year to purge all your files of any
 piece of paper you don’t need.
Save only one copy of papers you need in the future.
In your desk or at the front of your file drawer, keep
 three folders ; label the first Corespondence, the
 second Schedules, and the third Forms.
A computer has the potential to help with all kinds of
 paper work chores.
Communications
A teacher’s job entails hundreds of communications
  each day.
Tips fo effective use of communication channels:
Leave notes for teachers, administrators,or
  students_rather than taking time to wait for someone.
Use a Rolodex file to record important phone and fax
  numbers and email adresses …etc
Develop your own form of letters.
Teacher Time Log
Teacher Time Log is a record that reveals
 how class time is really spent.
The Log aims at :
heplping you get a good reflection on where
 your time really goes.
Developing new strategies that help you spend
 more time on doing higher-priority activites
To-Do List
List everything you need or want to get done.
Set your priorities.
  A - Must be done
  B – Should be completed if at all possible
  C – Low priority, completed only after doing A’s
   and B’s
  Prioritize tasks within each group.
Developing this habit will increase
 productivity.
Assessing Student Time-On-Task
How ?
Focus on decreasing noninstructional activites.
Increasing student engagement rates.
Using a systematic observation :
how long does it take to get a class started ?
how smooth are the transitions from one task
 to the next ?
Procrastinations payoffs
Different ‘reason’ for procrastinations.
Procrastinations as a life style.
Some of its ADVANTAGES !!!
Cases in which it occurs.
Attacking procrastination
Begin small and progress as you experience
 success.
Establish your own deadlines.
Set a definite beginning point.
Set priorities.
Reward yourself.
Tips
on
getting
                           Discover you
orginized
                        Plan for
                            prime time.
                        Know what
                         Are you an early

                        success.
                        you want!!
                        bird or a night owl?
                           When you are
                          most creative.


Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on an uncompleted
task.
  --William, Letters of William
Keep a personal Calendar.
Have a balanced life
Been to a good meeting
Look for alternatives to a meetig

• E-mail
• Telephone call
• Adapt the ’ Delphi technique’
Have an agenda




Distribute the written agenda a day or
 two before the meeting if possible.
Invite advance preparation.
Clear-cut goals for the meeting
Schedule discussion
Begin on time

Waiting for all the late comers to arrive
 punishes those who are punctual.
Make sure the meeting will begin on time
Suggest to the chairperson that the
 meeting begin.
Send out the notice and agenda for the
 begining and ending.
Try to begin off-hour times
Include only necessary people

Invite only those persons whose presence
 is directly related to the meeting goals.
Attend only those meetings at which your
 presence is essencial.
Select a conductive environment

Seek a location that avoids traffic flow.
Close the door
Be interrupted only for emergencies.
Don’t allow cell phones.
Rerrange the chairs to fit the meeting
 purpose.
Keep the meeting on task

Every meeting room must have a clock
Summarize segnificant points.
Remain sensitive to participats’s hidden
 agendas.
Record progress
Keep a written account of the
 discussion.
Use PERT to help manage large
 projects.
Summarize decisions and include a list
 of responsibilities for the follow up
 action.
If the groupis meeting again,Include the
 meeting time and agenda.
End on time

Agree on specific ending time at the
 begining and use back-to-back technique.
Set the time for your next meeting before
 the meeting
Student help
Give students to learn new skills.
Introduce student assistance the first
 week of school.
Ask students to complete specific
 tasks.
Video
Discussion
Activity3
Classify the following activities according to the categories in the table below:
•Educational Technology assignments ( lesson plan/ scoop it )
•classroom management assignment ( analyzing Episodes )
•ESP readings ( chapter 6)
•Educational psychology assignments( essays)
•the midterm exam of General English
•literature readings


   URGENT JUST DO                                        AT EASE
          IT!
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Time management and organizational strategies

  • 1. Prepared by: Younes TAIA Brahim ELOMARI Aziz DRIOUCH Nadia BAT Mustapha ABOULAHASSAN
  • 2.
  • 3. THE EROSION OF TIME : • School calender. • Intructional time. • The pace of instruction. • Teacher time-on-task. • Student time-on-task.
  • 4. PRISONERS OF TIME : The National Education Commission reported ,in April 1994, that schools were very much controlled by the clock and that true school reform must re-examine the allocation and use of time o, the schools. The report came up with eight recommendations as the rudder of a school reform:
  • 5. Reinvest school around learning, not time. Fix the design flaw: use time in new and better ways. Establish an academic day Keep schools open longer to meet the needs of children and communities. Give teachers the time they need. Invest in technology. Develop local action plans to transform schools. Share the responsibility: finger-pointing and evasion must end.
  • 6. BLOCK SCEDULING: • What is a Block Schedule? On a Block Schedule, the length of class periods gets doubled. For example, students attend four 90-minute classes each day rather than six 50-minute classes each day. Because of the increased time in each course, a student can complete a traditional year's worth of study in one semester. This allows students to take more courses throughout a school year and opens up the possibility to study either a wider range of elective subjects or more depth in a particular subject such as science, math or history.
  • 7. Advantages of block scheduling:  Extra time supports more project-based learning and more learning activities.  Teachers see fewer students each day and know them better.  Time permits more cooperative and hands-on learning.  Greater depth and breadth of content is possible.  Less time spent in between class transitions.  Opportunity for providing more individualized instructions.  Blocks allow time for more and more one-on-one teaching and evaluation.  Teachers ‘planning time is longer and more feasible.  Students have less homework each weekday.  Blocks allow more time to integrate technology into instruction.
  • 8. Disadvantages of block scheduling: • Teachers face the challenges of holding students’ attention. • Teachers must have a variety of instructional skills. • Teachers have to spend more time with exasperating classes. • Students lack daily reinforcement of content. • Students find it harder to catch up after absences. • Impact on achievement is still questionable. • Teachers may end up teaching more courses in a year. • Student transfers between schools are more difficult to handle. • Blocks may decrease participation in extra-curricular activities. (largely due to schedule conflicts with academic courses).
  • 9.
  • 10. Six tips for minimizing classroom interruptions.  Carry a stopwatch for a day or a week  Let the world know that intrusions are not welcome  Hang out a sign outside the doors, such as Important Learning in Progress or Please do not disturb : Learning in Progress  If doors or windows provide too many visual distractions, rearrange the furniture to face away from the distraction  Let other teachers know that sending students to borrow supplies during class is not welcome. Be tactful but assertive  Conduct a well planned, organized lesson, have the necessary materials ready before class begins.
  • 11. Teacher time robbers: Teachers usually suffer from the activities that they most frequently cite as keeping them from doing their job better. The following are examples of those activities:  filling out forms, paper work.  repeating directions.  dealing with unplanned interruptions.  doing clerical tasks , photocopying.  handling classroom behavior.
  • 12. Classroom routines: Here are some specific routines some teachers find helpful in running their classrooms daily activities. Taking attendance. Distributing and collecting materials. Regaining students’ attention.
  • 13. Storage solutions A place for everything, and everything in its place
  • 14. The challenge of paperwork Challenges of producing paperwork are : • Question of environment . • Time consuming.
  • 15. Causes of the paper Deluge What are the causes of having a lot of papers?  The number of publications has exploded.  Many people are concerned with documentation.  The invention of technology (photocopier and computer).
  • 16. Some tips for handling paperwork Never save papers because you might need them someday. Set aside one day a year to purge all your files of any piece of paper you don’t need. Save only one copy of papers you need in the future. In your desk or at the front of your file drawer, keep three folders ; label the first Corespondence, the second Schedules, and the third Forms. A computer has the potential to help with all kinds of paper work chores.
  • 17. Communications A teacher’s job entails hundreds of communications each day. Tips fo effective use of communication channels: Leave notes for teachers, administrators,or students_rather than taking time to wait for someone. Use a Rolodex file to record important phone and fax numbers and email adresses …etc Develop your own form of letters.
  • 18. Teacher Time Log Teacher Time Log is a record that reveals how class time is really spent. The Log aims at : heplping you get a good reflection on where your time really goes. Developing new strategies that help you spend more time on doing higher-priority activites
  • 19. To-Do List List everything you need or want to get done. Set your priorities. A - Must be done B – Should be completed if at all possible C – Low priority, completed only after doing A’s and B’s Prioritize tasks within each group. Developing this habit will increase productivity.
  • 20.
  • 21. Assessing Student Time-On-Task How ? Focus on decreasing noninstructional activites. Increasing student engagement rates. Using a systematic observation : how long does it take to get a class started ? how smooth are the transitions from one task to the next ?
  • 22.
  • 23. Procrastinations payoffs Different ‘reason’ for procrastinations. Procrastinations as a life style. Some of its ADVANTAGES !!! Cases in which it occurs.
  • 24. Attacking procrastination Begin small and progress as you experience success. Establish your own deadlines. Set a definite beginning point. Set priorities. Reward yourself.
  • 25. Tips on getting Discover you orginized Plan for prime time. Know what Are you an early success. you want!! bird or a night owl? When you are most creative. Nothing is so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on an uncompleted task. --William, Letters of William
  • 26. Keep a personal Calendar.
  • 28.
  • 29. Been to a good meeting
  • 30. Look for alternatives to a meetig • E-mail • Telephone call • Adapt the ’ Delphi technique’
  • 31. Have an agenda Distribute the written agenda a day or two before the meeting if possible. Invite advance preparation. Clear-cut goals for the meeting Schedule discussion
  • 32. Begin on time Waiting for all the late comers to arrive punishes those who are punctual. Make sure the meeting will begin on time Suggest to the chairperson that the meeting begin. Send out the notice and agenda for the begining and ending. Try to begin off-hour times
  • 33. Include only necessary people Invite only those persons whose presence is directly related to the meeting goals. Attend only those meetings at which your presence is essencial.
  • 34. Select a conductive environment Seek a location that avoids traffic flow. Close the door Be interrupted only for emergencies. Don’t allow cell phones. Rerrange the chairs to fit the meeting purpose.
  • 35. Keep the meeting on task Every meeting room must have a clock Summarize segnificant points. Remain sensitive to participats’s hidden agendas.
  • 36. Record progress Keep a written account of the discussion. Use PERT to help manage large projects. Summarize decisions and include a list of responsibilities for the follow up action. If the groupis meeting again,Include the meeting time and agenda.
  • 37. End on time Agree on specific ending time at the begining and use back-to-back technique. Set the time for your next meeting before the meeting
  • 38. Student help Give students to learn new skills. Introduce student assistance the first week of school. Ask students to complete specific tasks.
  • 39. Video
  • 41.
  • 42. Activity3 Classify the following activities according to the categories in the table below: •Educational Technology assignments ( lesson plan/ scoop it ) •classroom management assignment ( analyzing Episodes ) •ESP readings ( chapter 6) •Educational psychology assignments( essays) •the midterm exam of General English •literature readings URGENT JUST DO AT EASE IT!