Struggling with time management?

We all know that teachers have to have great time management, to achieve this organisational skills are highly recommended to utilise. Therefore, as pre-service teachers and being university students, it’s important to put these skills into practice! Not only will this help in the future once you are an educator, but it will also help ease the workload and ultimately decrease your levels of stress. Sophie Lofthouse’s current blog post highlights excellent examples of how teachers can implement organisational skills to assist in time management.

Online there are numerous websites that offer and provide help and pointers to assist you in developing and enhancing your time management skills. This great website provides a few key points that can assist anyone with struggling with time management:

  1. Know how you spend your time.
  2. Set priorities.
  3.  Use a planning tool.
  4. Get organised.
  5. Schedule your time appropriately.
  6. Delegate: Get help from others.
  7. Stop procrastinating.
  8. Manage external time wasters.
  9. avoid multi-tasking.
  10. Stay healthy.
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