TIME Management for students


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1 : TIME Management For Students Dr.T.V.Rao MD 1
2 : 2 Remember that time is money Ben Franklin, 1748 Advice to a young Dr.T.V.Rao MD
3 : Definition The predictable control an individual can exercise over a series of events. 3 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
4 : . The Present Yesterday is History Tomorrow’s a Mystery But Today is a Gift That’s Why They Call it The Present
5 : Why TIME Management Today’s Medical Education is complex, over loaded syllabus. The shortage of qualified teachers, lack of teaching materials, poor coordination in the system. Ever growing specialization in specialties puts the students at confused situation. However the Darwin's theory of Survival of the fittest continues to Dominate than in the past . A wise self management of TIME is more important than past Student is the master of Learning 5 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
6 : Introduction Time must be explicitly managed, just like money Much of this won’t make sense until later (too late?): that’s why this is on the priority list of students. 6 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
7 : What the Time Management means Time management entails more than keeping a calendar, however. It is requires identifying your obligations, carefully considering their importance, and making choices about how to use your time. 7 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
8 : Main objective of Time Management Review and describe common impediments to time efficiency Describe helpful time management principles and adjunctive tools Finish on time!!! 8 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
9 : Time is equal to all Some Progress others ….. 24 hours per day X 60 minutes per hour X 60 seconds per minute = 86,400 Seconds Dr.T.V.Rao MD 9
10 : Make TIME Productive Spend every second in an efficient and productive way If you fail to use the day’s deposits, the loss is yours. Dr.T.V.Rao MD 10
11 : 11 Learning Objectives When you have completed this module you will be able to define the key concepts associated with Time Management and you will be able to: Identify the main obstacles to effective Time Management in your daily role Understand the nature of Time Management Dr.T.V.Rao MD
12 : 12 Treat Time as a Commodity Time is the most precious thing we have Time is ultimately the most valuable resource Time and how we spend it within the organization must be managed effectively Time is totally perishable Time cannot be stored up for use later Dr.T.V.Rao MD
13 : Motivation makes you Better person What you accomplish during a 24-hour period depends on your own motivation, your energy, your skills and abilities, and other resources. Since there are always demands on your time, it may be helpful to think about what you will do with your time and to consider some strategies for more effective time management. Time management is not a way to make you work harder and longer, but a means to help you work smarter to accomplish your work more easily and rapi 13 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
14 : You are Creator of You Destiny Everything you are today and everything you become in the future will be determined by the way you think and the way you use your time. Your attitude toward time is a critical factor in all you do and everything you accomplish 14 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
15 : Time Consumers - How you loose your TIME Talking with friends Talking on telephone Daydreaming Watching television Sleeping Listening to music Drop-in visitors Reading (other than assignments) Playing sports, games, or hobbies Doing household chores Partying and goofing around Snacking and eating Hanging out Procrastinating or worrying Dr.T.V.Rao MD 15
16 : Create The Law of Clarity The clearer you are about your goals and objectives, the more efficient and effective you will be in achieving them. Clarity accounts for probably 80 percent of success and happiness. People with clear, written goals accomplish far more in a shorter period of time than people without them could ever imagine. 16 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
17 : The Law of Priorities Your ability to set clear and accurate priorities on your time determines the entire quality of your life. To achieve great things, you must always be concentrating on the small number of activities that contribute the greatest value to your life and your work. 17 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
18 : Rank order the following pursuits in order of importance to you. RANK ____ Class attendance ____ Relaxation ____ Volunteer service ____ Time with family ____ Exercise ____ Clubs/organizations ____ Required reading ____ Hobbies or entertainment ____ Time with girlfriend/boyfriend or spouse ____ Studying ____ Working at a job ____ Religious activities ____ Shopping ____ Grocery shopping ____ Preparing meals ____ Housecleaning ____ Non-required reading ____ Sleeping ____ Other: _____________________________ 18 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
19 : Weekly Expenditure of Time for Personal Needs, Classes, Job, Family Responsibilities, and Commuting Number of hours per week you need to sleep ________ Number of hours per week spent at work ________ Number of hours per week spent in class ________ Number of hours per week spent commuting ________ Number of hours per week used for meals ________ Number of hours per week used for personal grooming ________ Number of hours per week spent on household duties ________ Number of hours per week spent for church/volunteering ________ Total number of hours for personal needs ________ 7 days x 24 hours = 168 (Total hours per week) minus _____ (Total number of hours for personal needs = Number of hours available for study and leisure _________ 19 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
20 : What are your goals? Make your goals specific and concrete. Set long-term and short-term goals? Set a deadline for your goals. Monitor your goals. Change goals if needed. 20 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
21 : Follow The Law of Posteriorities Before you start something new, you must discontinue something old. You can gain control of your life only to the degree to which you stop doing things that are no longer as valuable or as important to you as other thing you could be doing. 21 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
22 : Procrastination Procrastination is a major obstacle that can prevent you from practicing good time management skills. It is the constant pushing aside of tasks that need to be completed and is the archenemy of all students. Dr.T.V.Rao MD 22
23 : CONCENTRATEand focus on the material!!! Beware of Distractions Talking Daydreaming & Doodling Worrying Keep Mind on Task and Stay Focused 23 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
24 : Create you own Notes 5 C’s of Note-Taking Take Charge of Your Lecture classes Concentrate and Focus on the Material Listen Critically Connect and Capture Key Ideas Dr.T.V.Rao MD 24
25 : Listen Critically Be Ready for the Message Listen to Main Concepts Listen for New Ideas Ask Questions Be all ears! 25 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
26 : Connect and Capture Key Ideas Identify key words, themes and main points Relate Details to the Main Point Listen for Clues Note when a topic comes up more than once Transition words signal the change in topics or new key points “In contrast to” “Let’s move on” “This will be on the next exam” “You will see this again” This one for sure! 26 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
27 : Note-Taking Styles Outline Method The Cornell Method Paragraph (Summarizing) Method Fishbone Diagram (Listing) Method Dr.T.V.Rao MD 27
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29 : The Cornell Method Divide your notepaper by drawing a vertical line 2 inches from the left margin. On the right side, take your notes from class. On the left side, write key words questions comments Examples On the bottom, write a summary These will make your work easier to review later Test yourself by identifying the lecture material on the right , prompted by your comments on the left. 29 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
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31 : The Fishbone Diagram The Problem or outcome is printed in the “head” of the fish. Identify the primary factors and connect as ribs to the backbone. Elaborate each rib with the details related to the primary factor. 31 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
32 : Other Note-Taking Tips Always date your notes! Paraphrase your notes! Don’t Erase Mistakes! For Lectures with fast talkers, consider writing in cursive or tape recording. Use Abbreviations! Be Organized! Evaluate your note-taking style strategy regularly! 32 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
33 : Time Wasters Phones and Pagers Visitors Meetings “Open Door Policy” Miscommunication Fatigue 33 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
34 : 34 Goals, Priorities, and Planning Why am I doing this? What is the goal? Why will I succeed? What happens if I chose not to do it? Dr.T.V.Rao MD
35 : TO DO LISTS Make a ‘to do’ list each day to remind you of what you have to do each day. Prioritize each item on the list, labeling the most important items A, the less important items B, and the nice to do items C. Be sure to start with the A’s so that you complete the most important items first. Go on to your B’s and C’s only if you find you have the time. 35 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
36 : 36 The Problem is Severe By some estimates, people waste about 2 hours per day. Signs of time wasting: Messy Table and cluttered Can’t find things Volunteer to do things other people should do Tired/unable to concentrate Dr.T.V.Rao MD
37 : Learn when to say “NO” You can’t do everything Don’t undertake things you can’t complete Remain consistent to your goals
38 : The Law of Planning Every minute spent in planning saves ten minutes in execution. The purpose of "personal strategic planning" is for you to increase your "return energy," and return on the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual capital you have invested in your life and career. 38 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
39 : Review Your Progress Set goals Prioritize Organize Learn when to say “NO” Use your waiting time Concentrate on the task at hand Consider your personal prime time Celebrate success Dr.T.V.Rao MD 39
40 : The Law of Sequentiality Time management enables you to control the sequence of events in your life. Your entire life today is the sum total result of the quality of your choices and decisions to this moment. If you are not happy with any part of your life, it is up to you to begin to make different choices and better decisions. 40 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
41 : Keep a Dairy of Day to Day Events Evaluate how you are spending your time. Keep a diary for three days to track tasks. Look for time that could be used more wisely, freeing up time to spend exercising or with family and friends. 41 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
42 : Rest and Relaxation are Foundation for Efficiency Get plenty of exercise and sleep. Improved focus and concentration help increase efficiency, so you can complete tasks in less time. 42 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
43 : Extracurricular activities keep your Clock update with the Society Even during their medical school careers, many students take on extracurricular activities and projects that are not covered at medical school. This has made many medical student groups around the world look hard at what the needs of their members are and how best to meet them with a training programme. 43 Dr.T.V.Rao MD
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