Reflective Practice: Time Management for Teachers

Posted on 11/10/2014 8:18:02 AM

Want to learn how to handle the growing pile of e-mails in your inbox? Want to finally run your work schedule instead of it running you? Then this Reflective Practice Large Group presentation on Time Management techniques is for you.

“Do More, Worry Less: Time Management for Teachers” is a Reflective Practice large group presentation that will cover general principles of time and task management in a realistic, down-to-earth fashion. It will take place Wednesday, November 12, in the HUB’s Susquehanna Room.

Condensing the ideas of many published time management experts into a positive and comprehensive approach for managing multiple projects, tasks, and responsibilities, this presentation will cover time management philosophies as well as practical how to’s. Hands-on time management activities will also be covered as part of the session. 

Although this presentation won’t give you more hours in the day, it will help you to get more organized with the precious hours you already have! 

The presentation will be given by five English Department faculty members who have been studying time management strategies for the past three years: 

  • Tanya Heflin 
  • Chris Kuipers 
  • Gian Pagnucci 
  • Todd Thompson 
  • Dan Weinstein