Time Management

Time Management is the thinking skill that helps children to prioritize tasks and complete duties in a timely fashion. It involves accurately judging the amount of time it will take to complete a task and knowing how to stick to a schedule.

Objective :

An example of good Time Management skills would be when a child decides to finish their homework and chores immediately after school so they have time to watch TV later in the evening.Because no student has more time than another, sometimes good time management can make all the difference in achieving great exam results. This is another skill which we are not taught as we grow up, but now it’s time for you to learn how to control your time – and how to spend it wisely. If you can achieve this, you will be able to make sure that the time you spend studying gives you the maximum amount of learning possible

Outcome:

While some kids come by the ability to organize their time naturally, others do not. The good news? Time management is a skill that can be taught and learned. Through practiced exercises, we can help toddlers to teens learn tangible ways to manage their time independently, rather than be hounded into getting something done — a strategy that never works. Adults have to get out of the position of being the nag. The ultimate goal is to help children build internal self-discipline and a capacity to manage themselves

Learning Outcomes

Upon course completion, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the way the you currently use your time
  • Crystallize your personal life vision, goals and objectives
  • Describe the difference between urgent and important tasks
  • Prioritize your tasks
  • Apply a range of time management techniques to your life
  • Examine how technology can help you manage your time

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