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Organizing Your Study Time

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  1. Organizing Your Study Time You need good time management for you to organize your study time

  2. What is time management? It is a set of skills that enables a more effective use of personal or professional time. Few people master this skill, but it is one that most of us need It includes a set of tools that help in planning and scheduling activities

  3. Why is time management important? • Time is limited • Time is scarce • More is accomplished • Time is equal for all • Those who use Time effectively will succeed

  4. Interaction Why do you need time management? Give reasons.

  5. Why is time management needed for me? If you say • I never have enough time to do my work • I only work when there is pressure for a test • My work takes longer than I expected • I make plans, but I do not stick to them • I always end up cramming for exams at the last moment You Need time management

  6. Why is it especially important to you as a learner at a distance? • No scheduled study sessions as in class room teaching • Distance learner usually has other involvements. • No peers around you

  7. Activity 1 Where does Your time go?

  8. Where should I start? • Know your position in spending time • Time management begins with the use of a calendar or planner • Yearly • Monthly • Weekly • Daily

  9. About plans…. • Long term plan (year plan) • You should have some targets that you should do in the next 12 months. These could include important dates related your studies and family/social events. • Monthly • List specific tasks you need to do in the coming month • Weekly • List what you need to do in the coming week. Less likely to be avoided or changed or postponed • Daily • Write down what you have to do tomorrow. You should definitely do these.

  10. Long term plan (year) • Include important dead lines, examination dates, lab dates, family/social events you need to attend, events related to work place. • Use a wall calendar and put it in a place where you spend most of your time. You could also write them down in the year planner section of your business diary.

  11. Monthly/Weekly plans • At the end of each month prepare a plan for the next month/Week. • See whether you have kept to the work plan of the current month, now it is going to be over. • If some tasks could not be done think of reasons for that and be realistic for the next month. If you feel time was not enough, think of time wasters and get rid of them with determination. • For this purpose you could use a diary or a book.

  12. Activity 2 Refer the activity 1 on time usage and identify and mark time wasters.

  13. Time management tips

  14. Monitor your time If you feel like you don’t have enough time spend a few days monitoring your time to see exactly how it is spent.

  15. Making to-do lists Know your options • Do it now • The most important things with approaching dead lines need to be done first • Schedule it • Break up large tasks into smaller parts and schedule each part • Ask someone else to do it • In a study group or team, each person can be responsible for a portion

  16. Activity 3 Weekly Plan

  17. Practice Exercise Prepare a plan for the next week and a to-do list for tomorrow. By now you should have idea how much time is available for you to do your different activities after doing the Activity 2 Activity 4