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					    Time Management
       for Teachers
                Prof. Reima Sado Al-Jarf
                     King Saud University
                     Riyadh, Saudi Arabia



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     LITCON Conference. Penang, Malaysia, August 15-17, 2005
        Goal of Workshop
 to introduce participants to strategies
  that maximize use of available time
 To assist participants in alleviating time
  management problems.




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                           Goal of Workshop Cont’d


• It will focus on time awareness,
• time wasters,
• getting the right things done,
• setting priorities,
• planning, handling interruptions,
  disorganization,
• dealing with procrastination,
• dealing with (or avoiding) crises,
• controlling your life.

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                     Steps
After attending the workshop, participants
should be able to do such things as:
    write a personal mission statement,
    state and follow long- & short-term goals.
       After 20 years
       10 years
       5 years
       One year
       One semester
       One month
       One week
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 analyze use and misuse of time.
 record daily activities for one week on
  a time use inventory.
 use daily records and logs.
 trace patterns of procrastination,
 identify time wasters


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                       Weekly Schedule
           Sat   Sun     Mon    Tues     Wed   Th   Fri

6-7

7-8

8-9

9-10

10-11

11-12

12-1

1-2

2- 3

3- 4

5-4    6
• develop a realistic "to-do" list,
• decompose tasks into sequentially,
  temporally ordered activities,
• prioritize tasks and classify activities
  according to importance and urgency,




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           Daily activities
7-8
8-9
9-10
10-11
11-12
12-1
1-2
2-3
3-4
4-5
5-6
6-7
7-8
8-9    8
• use a time management system such as a
  planner or computer program,
• use a calendar, wristwatch or clock;
• practice punctuality,




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                                  Aug 2005                               Aug              2005


          Sun        Mon        Tue          Wed        Thu        Fri              Sat
31              1          2            3          4          5                6




7               8          9            10         11         12               13




14              15         16           17         18         19               20




21              22         23           24         25         26               27




28              29         30           31         1          2                3




4               5          6            7          8          9                10



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• maintain an organized work
  environment (organize desk, office,
  briefcase, and computer files),




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• schedule uninterrupted time to engage
  in important tasks,
• control paper work, visitors, meetings,
  and telephone calls,




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• undertake energizing activities.
• Take an afternoon nap.




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