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What if an hour of your time could increase your chances of academic success in college? Of getting good grades? Feeling less stressed? Ending your habit of all-nighters before an exam? Saving money by graduating on time?
With 4 high-impact videos, and 4 real-world activities, this time management for college students crash course helps students regain control of their busy college lives. If the same old time management advice hasn't worked for you, try this different and creative approach aimed at students in today's distraction-heavy world.
Either complete it by yourself, with a friend, or with your parents (to prove how committed you are to making the most of your higher education!)
Instructor Emily Schwartz, college educator and author of "The Time Diet: Time Management for College Survival," guides students through four, 10-15 minute video modules on this time management for college students course. Each module is packed with useful, time-tested tricks and a chance to apply the information to real-life scenarios for long-lasting retention.
1. Categorizing Your Tasks
Prioritizing and planning
Using a calendar, avoiding procrastination, conquering Syllabus Overload
Eliminating Time Killers, reading efficiently, the problem with perfection
Stress, busy vs productive, self-discipline, managing a tough semester
The trick to this module's effectiveness is The Time Diet method. Everything students to during the day is either a Meat, Vegetable, or Dessert based on how difficult or enjoyable it is. The trick to having excellent time management skills is to plan a "balanced diet" or tasks each day.
This approach makes time management more...digestible and easier to understand and implement. Don't let another day go by without these simple strategies that can make a dramatic difference in your academic experience.
Take this Time Management for College Students course now and learn how to manage you time effectively in college life.</p>
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|Welcome to Time Management for College Survival. I'm your instructor, Efficiency Expert Emily Schwartz with The Time Diet. Take a look at what you'll be learning!
|Section 1: Categorizing Tasks|
Everyone tells you to prioritize your tasks, but what do you do when everything is important? This module shows you how to categorize your tasks, before you prioritize, to complete them the most efficiently.
|Section 2: Organization|
Tame that backpack full of clutter and learn this simple way to keep all of your obligations organized so you never miss a deadline.
|Section 3: Focus|
|You started off with a productive afternoon of homework...and then Facebook called out to you. Time Killers steal our focus and make our work take longer. Learn how to eliminate them while you're working!
|Section 4: Motivation Management|
|Staying motivated in college is tough, especially when it seems like stress continues to pile on no matter what you do. Learn how to conquer stress and stop it from interfering with your productivity.
|Section 5: Bonus Material|
|Enjoy the first chapter of "The Time Diet: Time Management for College Survival" read by...me, author Emily Schwartz. This chapter tells the story of how a classmate's poor time management skills almost cost me a good grade, and what you can do to make sure it never happens to you!
|A more in-depth look at Parkinson's Law from a Time Diet workshop in Phoenix, Arizona
|Is your motivation management interfering with your time management? Take a minute to reconnect with your goals and reflect on why you're working so hard!
|Congratulations! You're done! Good luck in your academic careers as you apply these time management strategies.
Dr. Emily Schwartz, author of "The Time Diet: Time Management for College Survival," is an educator committed to helping students of all ages find simple strategies to manage their time so they can meet their academic potential. Her advice comes from years of experience in the classroom, both as a student through three college degrees, and as a teacher in both a K-12 and university environment. Emily founded her company, The Time Diet, to offer a more "digestible" approach to the otherwise boring subject of time management. She now speaks to students and businesses around the country about how to stay focused and organized in today's distraction-heavy world. Her seminars have been praised by both students and teachers for their energy, innovation, and most of all, their results.