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TIME MANAGEMENT   Study Time
                  …avoid
                  Procrastination
WHAT IS TIME MANAGEMENT?

 Time management is the way a student controls or schedules
  his or her time.
 Time management and goal setting are perhaps the most
  essential of all study skills .
 Learning good time management is an accrued skill and takes
  practice.
 Learning to use time management to balance your academic,
  work, and leisure time leads to greater productivity, more
  successes, and less stress.
 This is a lifelong skill that will benefit a student not only in
  college but in their professional and personal life after
  college.
WHY IS TIME MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT?

 Being able to accomplish your goals depends, in part,
  on your ability to make the most ef ficient use of the
  time that you have available for study. In college, most
  of your work must be completed outside of class.
   In high school, your study time was fairly well defined or
    structured…you had study hall during the day, hours before
    or after supper were set aside for homework, and parents
    and teachers may have been their to make sure you
    completed your work. In high school the amount of time that
    you were in class was set from early morning to mid or late
    afternoon
   In college, you do not have the kind of structure or
    monitoring and the amount of time that you are in class is
    much more variable.
 Learning to schedule your time is a complicated task
  but ultimately good time management skills can
  actually save you time.
ANALYZE YOUR USE OF TIME:
PIE OF LIFE
 The Pie of Life is a graphic representation that shows how
  much time you dedicate to each of the three areas of your
  life: school, work, and leisure.
 A balanced Pie of Life is not necessarily divided into three
  equal parts; the amount of time dedicated to school, work,
  and leisure vary according to an individual’s circumstances,
  goals, and values. A student who is not employed while
  attending school will have a dif ferent Pie of Life than a
  student who works a graveyard shift and attends college full -
  time. Likewise, a student who lives at home and attends
  school full-time while playing a sport will have a dif ferent Pie
  of Life than a single parent who is enrolled in college part -
  time.
PIE OF LIFE (CONTINUED)


   School   Work



       Leisure


    Pie of Life         Your Current Pie        Your Ideal Pie
 The first circle shows a Pie of Life divided into three equal
  segments. Divide the second circle into a pie that shows the
  estimated amount of time you currently spend per week in each
  of the three areas. In the last circle, adjust the lines to show
  your ideal Pie of Life that reflects the balance that you wish to
  obtain.
 Achieving your ideal Pie of Life requires a willingness to examine
  the ways you currently use time and to commit to exploring new
  strategies that will improve your time -management and goal -
  setting skills.
ANALYZE YOUR USE OF TIME:
HOW YOU USE TIME
 Creating a more effective balance of time in your
  life begins with an awareness of your daily
  patterns, habits, and priorities for using time.
  This can help you fill in your Current Pie of Life
   Try this activity to analyze how you currently use your
    time:
   1. Keep a log of how you spend your time for three complete
      days. Be sure to be specific and honest.
   2. After completing your three day log, count the number of
      hours spent each day in the areas shown on the final chart.
   3. Investigate how the results reveal where you are wasting
      time or where you need to focus more time?
THE INCREASE-DECREASE METHOD

 The Increase-Decrease Method involves increasing or
  decreasing time used in one area of life in order to
  make more time for another area of life so that you
  can achieve your Ideal Pie of Life.
   Begin by identifying the section of your Pie of Life that needs
    more time in order to create a better balance in your life.
   As you increase time in this section, you will need to decrease
    time allocated to one or both of the remaining sections of your
    pie.
   Using the increase-decrease method will bring you closer to
    achieving an ideal balance but will require you to learn new
    skills to change your old behaviors and routines and will
    require you to be more disciplined.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY:

1. Use a schedule or schedules to manage your
   time.
 Well-designed schedules serve as road maps to
  guide you
    through the months of a term,
    through the weeks,
    and through each day
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

2. Study in one-hour blocks
    As you schedule your study tasks, break them down
     so that they can be accomplished in one-hour
     blocks of time.
    Study, write, read, or do problems for fifty minutes.
    After fifty minutes, take a ten minute break.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

3. Take breaks
  After each study block, plan a ten-minute break,
   but be realistic about the kind of activity that
   you plan for a study break.
      Taking a ten-minute nap will NOT work or doing an
       activity that could lead to the “just one more”
       syndrome (like playing a video game) will NOT
       work.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

4. Switch subjects to maintain your motivation
   to study.
    For example, by alternating between reading
     psychology and working algebra problems you can
     get more done without becoming bored and tired
    If you have a large block of time to study, you
     should switch subjects every hour
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

5. Tackle difficult assignments first
        Think about the courses you are taking this
         semester. Is there one class that you really like? Is
         there one course that you dislike? Do you have a
         class that is really easy? Do you have a class that is
         really hard?
          It is very common for students to first do the coursework
           for the classes they love or the classes they think are easy.
          However, this isn’t the best strategy. Do the assignments
           you dislike first and get them out of the way.
          By leaving the assignments that you enjoy for last it is
           easier to complete your “to do” list.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

6. Plan rewards…like:
  ordering a pizza after finishing a tough assignment,
  work hard to complete your studying to watch a
   favorite television show,
  going to a party can be a reward for completing one
   or two specific study goals.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

7. Work until you finish scheduled tasks.
    In high school, you may have studied for a specific
     amount of time. You did whatever you could in that
     time period and then closed your books. In college,
     you need to get into the habit of working until you
     complete all the tasks that you scheduled for the
     day.
WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE
EFFECTIVELY

8. Work ahead
    You will find college much less stressful if you get
     out of the habit of doing Tuesday’s assignments on
     Monday. Instead, get in the habit of doing the work
     due Tuesday on Sunday or even on Friday.
    Being a little ahead of the game will give you a
     feeling of security.
    You should always work ahead on long-range
     assignments…schedule one to two hours each week
     to work on a research paper or project.
SOURCES

Wong, Linda. Essential Study Skills. 6 th ed.
 New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2009. Print.
Van Blerkom, Dianna L. College Study Skills:
 Becoming a Strategic Learner. 7 th ed.
 Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing, 2011.

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Time management

  • 1. Schedule your TIME MANAGEMENT Study Time …avoid Procrastination
  • 2. WHAT IS TIME MANAGEMENT?  Time management is the way a student controls or schedules his or her time.  Time management and goal setting are perhaps the most essential of all study skills .  Learning good time management is an accrued skill and takes practice.  Learning to use time management to balance your academic, work, and leisure time leads to greater productivity, more successes, and less stress.  This is a lifelong skill that will benefit a student not only in college but in their professional and personal life after college.
  • 3. WHY IS TIME MANAGEMENT IMPORTANT?  Being able to accomplish your goals depends, in part, on your ability to make the most ef ficient use of the time that you have available for study. In college, most of your work must be completed outside of class.  In high school, your study time was fairly well defined or structured…you had study hall during the day, hours before or after supper were set aside for homework, and parents and teachers may have been their to make sure you completed your work. In high school the amount of time that you were in class was set from early morning to mid or late afternoon  In college, you do not have the kind of structure or monitoring and the amount of time that you are in class is much more variable.  Learning to schedule your time is a complicated task but ultimately good time management skills can actually save you time.
  • 4. ANALYZE YOUR USE OF TIME: PIE OF LIFE  The Pie of Life is a graphic representation that shows how much time you dedicate to each of the three areas of your life: school, work, and leisure.  A balanced Pie of Life is not necessarily divided into three equal parts; the amount of time dedicated to school, work, and leisure vary according to an individual’s circumstances, goals, and values. A student who is not employed while attending school will have a dif ferent Pie of Life than a student who works a graveyard shift and attends college full - time. Likewise, a student who lives at home and attends school full-time while playing a sport will have a dif ferent Pie of Life than a single parent who is enrolled in college part - time.
  • 5. PIE OF LIFE (CONTINUED) School Work Leisure Pie of Life Your Current Pie Your Ideal Pie  The first circle shows a Pie of Life divided into three equal segments. Divide the second circle into a pie that shows the estimated amount of time you currently spend per week in each of the three areas. In the last circle, adjust the lines to show your ideal Pie of Life that reflects the balance that you wish to obtain.  Achieving your ideal Pie of Life requires a willingness to examine the ways you currently use time and to commit to exploring new strategies that will improve your time -management and goal - setting skills.
  • 6. ANALYZE YOUR USE OF TIME: HOW YOU USE TIME  Creating a more effective balance of time in your life begins with an awareness of your daily patterns, habits, and priorities for using time. This can help you fill in your Current Pie of Life  Try this activity to analyze how you currently use your time: 1. Keep a log of how you spend your time for three complete days. Be sure to be specific and honest. 2. After completing your three day log, count the number of hours spent each day in the areas shown on the final chart. 3. Investigate how the results reveal where you are wasting time or where you need to focus more time?
  • 7. THE INCREASE-DECREASE METHOD  The Increase-Decrease Method involves increasing or decreasing time used in one area of life in order to make more time for another area of life so that you can achieve your Ideal Pie of Life.  Begin by identifying the section of your Pie of Life that needs more time in order to create a better balance in your life.  As you increase time in this section, you will need to decrease time allocated to one or both of the remaining sections of your pie.  Using the increase-decrease method will bring you closer to achieving an ideal balance but will require you to learn new skills to change your old behaviors and routines and will require you to be more disciplined.
  • 8. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY: 1. Use a schedule or schedules to manage your time. Well-designed schedules serve as road maps to guide you  through the months of a term,  through the weeks,  and through each day
  • 9. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 2. Study in one-hour blocks  As you schedule your study tasks, break them down so that they can be accomplished in one-hour blocks of time.  Study, write, read, or do problems for fifty minutes.  After fifty minutes, take a ten minute break.
  • 10. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 3. Take breaks  After each study block, plan a ten-minute break, but be realistic about the kind of activity that you plan for a study break.  Taking a ten-minute nap will NOT work or doing an activity that could lead to the “just one more” syndrome (like playing a video game) will NOT work.
  • 11. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 4. Switch subjects to maintain your motivation to study.  For example, by alternating between reading psychology and working algebra problems you can get more done without becoming bored and tired  If you have a large block of time to study, you should switch subjects every hour
  • 12. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 5. Tackle difficult assignments first  Think about the courses you are taking this semester. Is there one class that you really like? Is there one course that you dislike? Do you have a class that is really easy? Do you have a class that is really hard?  It is very common for students to first do the coursework for the classes they love or the classes they think are easy.  However, this isn’t the best strategy. Do the assignments you dislike first and get them out of the way.  By leaving the assignments that you enjoy for last it is easier to complete your “to do” list.
  • 13. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 6. Plan rewards…like:  ordering a pizza after finishing a tough assignment,  work hard to complete your studying to watch a favorite television show,  going to a party can be a reward for completing one or two specific study goals.
  • 14. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 7. Work until you finish scheduled tasks.  In high school, you may have studied for a specific amount of time. You did whatever you could in that time period and then closed your books. In college, you need to get into the habit of working until you complete all the tasks that you scheduled for the day.
  • 15. WAYS TO ORGANIZE YOUR TIME MORE EFFECTIVELY 8. Work ahead  You will find college much less stressful if you get out of the habit of doing Tuesday’s assignments on Monday. Instead, get in the habit of doing the work due Tuesday on Sunday or even on Friday.  Being a little ahead of the game will give you a feeling of security.  You should always work ahead on long-range assignments…schedule one to two hours each week to work on a research paper or project.
  • 16. SOURCES Wong, Linda. Essential Study Skills. 6 th ed. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2009. Print. Van Blerkom, Dianna L. College Study Skills: Becoming a Strategic Learner. 7 th ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing, 2011.