Last updated : 20 Oct 2016

Time Management for Students, Be Organized Get Better Grades

Summary

Are you exhausted and can't make time to study? Do you feel trapped because you are always busy and you have no time for friends? Are you frustrated because no matter how hard you try your grades keep falling?
You are not alone.
Transform your student life from chaotic to extraordinary in less than 3 hours.

Programme

Section 1: Success Study Skills

Lecture 1: Interruptions and Perspective

Lecture 2: Priorities

Lecture 3: Personality traits and Planning

Lecture 4: Setting Goals

Lecture 5: Scheduling and Debrief

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course you will:

  • Know how to get better grades by using these skills to set academic and personal goals, in addition to reducing stress while becoming a better student
  • Understand how your current activities affect your progress
  • Learn how to set priorities
  • Learn how to avoid procrastination by understanding your personality type
  • Learn how to set goals
  • Learn how to create a schedule that works

Teaching-Learning methodology

xMocc (based on transmission of contents through video, documents, tests)

Assessment

Unknown

  • Soft skills Self evaluation, Learning to learn
  • Language English
  • Other languages (eg. Subtitles) no other languages
  • Period of activation Self-paced
  • Date Unknown
  • Duration Over 5 lectures and 1 hour of content
  • Level of commitment required Unknown
  • Cost Paying * See platform for details
  • Providing institution Success Skills (Time Management Experts)
  • Mooc Platform Udemy
  • Target group High School students who need help in organizing their time to improve their grades and reduce stressCollege students who need help in organizing their time to improve their grades and reduce stressUniversity students who need help in organizing their time to improve their grades and reduce stress
  • Instructor Unknown
  • Level of assistance offered Availability of instructor (mail, discussing forum)
  • Keywords Management, priorities, setting goals, planning