Improve your E-learning Time
Within a 24 hours day, tremendous problems, ranging from our work life to our social life are to be tackled. A good time management skill is the best manner to face this issue. In the purpose of improving our time management skills, here are some abilities we should equip ourselves with.
- Setting Goals
The ability to set comprehensive and feasible goals, by unfolding what exactly we intent to accomplish during a certain time frame is a valuable starting point of time management. Clair goals need to be thoroughly described for each and every task in your to-do-list. As a result, the only way to measure and conclude that your time has been well allocated to various tasks is through the observation that the previously set goals have well been achieved within the allocated time frame. Hence, goal setting will allow you to stay focused on the tasks that might require more time to be completed than others. This takes us to the next ability we should be mindful about which is Priority.
You will always get stuck in your time management if you cannot produce a good plan of the day while setting aside priorities. Priorities are understood to be activities that should benefit more attention than others. Lack of prioritization will tend to fill your daily plan with tasks that were not supposed to be schedule in that particular day. Setting priorities will help you organize your tasks from the most important and urgent to the least. Prioritization is therefore avoiding to place most of our focus and efforts on tasks that are not ought to be done in a specific time frame. This takes us to our next time management ability to be developed, said to be the focus.
- The Focus.
No matter what you are trying to accomplish within a day, there will always be other tasks that require your attention more than others. Focus is therefore referred to as the ability to depict that activity which needs you to stick to until it is finished before you can turn to others. So how is focus relevant to the improvement of our time management skills? The answer to this question is quite simple. Focus allows us to get one task done at a time, instead of trying to get 5 tasks started and none finished at the end of the day. Focus also enables quick accomplishment of a task, providing room to take more. When people do not stay focused, they multitask. Meaning that they execute many tasks at the same time, assuming more tasks are being completed through multitasking, it is proven that the efficiency and effectiveness of the task execution is always affected by the lack of focus for exemple, students exhibiting a good grasp of the focus concept would tend to effectively and efficiently accomplish their e-learning activities such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc.