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TIME MANAGEMENT

STRATEGIES

BY

Amara, Rida, Nageen, Mishal, and Safeera


ABSTRACT
By
Rida
Present study
Methodology
Results
INTRODUCTION

TIME MANAGEMENT
STRATEGIES
BY
AMARA TOOR
CONSCIOUS DECISION
ABOUT ACTIVITIES THAT
OCCUPY THEIR TIME

BASIC
RECOMMENDATIONS ARE
TO IDENTIFY NEEDS AND
WANTS, RANK THEM IN
REGARD TO THEIR
IMPORTANCE OR PRIORITY,
AND THEN ALLOCATE TIME
AND RESOURCES
ACCORDINGLY
TIME IS VERY IMPORTANT AND
PRECIOUS WHICH NEVER WAITS
FOR ANYONE

VALUABLE PERSONAL
RESOURCES
ACADEMIC TIME MANAGEMENT
AND TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
TIME MANAGEMENT
STRATEGIES AND SELF EFFICACY
CONTROL , WORK FAMILY
CONFLICTS
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND
TIME MANAGEMENT
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND
TIME MANAGEMENT
TIME MANAGEMENT AND
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
COURSE
TIME MANAGEMENT AND
CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT
AVERAGE
TIME MANAGEMENT AND
STRESS
TIME MANAGEMENT AND
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-
FIVE STUDENTS
COMPLETED A
QUESTIONNAIRE
ASSESSING THEIR TIME
MANAGEMENT BEHAVIORS
AND ATTITUDES, STRESS,
AND SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF
PERFORMANCE AND GRADE
POINT AVERAGE.
METHODOLOGY
By
Safeera Adil
OBJECTIVE

RESEARCH DESIGN
SAMPLE
PROCEDURE
 Objectives
 To find effect of time management strategies
on academic performance.
 To find gaps in time management strategies.

 To find improvements in performance of


students, job holders by using time
management strategies
 Research Design
 Sample
 A. VENCES CYRIL used The population
consisted of 180 students and the sample
consists of 63 students [35 male and 28
female] taken from Peniel Higher Secondary
School, Natham, Dindigul District to explore
relationship between Time Management and
Academic Achievement of Higher Secondary
Students.
 Robert. L. Dipboye and Amanda Peek
Philiphs used sample of 165 undergraduate
students to explore time management behavior,
stress, attitude and grade point average
 Mourad Ali Eissa Saad used total of 60 students
which divided into control and experimental
group(n=60) 30 boys, 30 girls. The results of the
study revealed that implementing time
management strategies instruction was effective
in improving academic time management and
academic self efficacy of students in experimental
group, compared to the control group whose
individuals did not receive such training in time
management.
 Gary A. Adams and Steve. M. Jex used
sample of 522 workers in order to
demonstrate relationship between Time
management, Control, Work place conflicts
and strain. Including 522 working adults
ranging in age from 19 to 74 years. Of these,
64% were women and 36% were men. In
addition, 63% reported being married and
37% reported being not married. Survey
method was used.
Zafarullah Sahito, Mumtaz Khawaja,
Uzma Murad Panhwar, Abida Siddiqui &
Humera Saeed
 In their study30 primary teachers were
constituted as the sample. Interviews were
conducted on the Primary school Teachers of
Government / Public and Private School
Teachers in order to collect the data about
Time Management of teachers and the
Performance of the students. A qualitative
research design was used to collect data
from the sample.
 Abdülkadir PEHLİVAN used sample of total
168 students studied during the 2012-2013
spring term in Karadeniz Technical University
(KTU) -Public Administration, Labor
Economics and Industrial Relations,
Econometrics Departments taking financial
accounting courses. Time management
questionnaire and taking financial courses
scale was used.
 Karim Babayi Nadinloyia, Nader
Hajloob , Nasser Sobhi Garamaleki c,
Hasan Sadeghid used experimental
method. In study 70 students from university
of Mohaghegh Ardabili in Iran were randomly
selected and then assigned in experimental
and control groups. Time management
questionnaire (TMQ). This questionnaire
consists of 18 items. The subjects had to
respond to the items on the questionnaire
using a five point response scale: never (1);
rarely (2); sometimes (3); often (4) and
always (5).
Procedure

 We have taken ten articles on time


management strategies from Google. We
have selected different variables with time
management. These articles are published
after 2005
RESULTS

By
Nageen
Study Variables Relationshi Magnitude
p
Academic Time
Co relation Strongly predictive
1 Management

Control, Work
Co relation Strongly predictive
2 Family Conflicts

Academic Achievement Co relation Strongly predictive


3

Academic Performance Co relation Predictive


4

Financial Accounting
Co relation Predictive
5 Course

Cumulative Grade
Co relation Predictive
6 Point Average

Self-Efficacy Co relation Positively predictive


7

Co relation Predictive
8 Stress

Academic Time
Co relation Strongly predictive
Management
Study Metod Scales
1 Sampling 19-item TMQ 3-point Likert scale.

Time management behavior (33

2 Survey items) and perceived control of time

(5 items)

3 Survey Time management scale

Time Management Behavior Scale a


4 Survey
five-point Likert-type scale

“Time Management Questionnaire”

of 7 items in the short-range

planning dimension, 6 items in the


5 Survey
time attitudes dimension and 5

items in the long-range planning

dimension.
Study Method Scale

6 Survey Time management scale of 18 items

8-items Academic Self-Efficacy


7 Survey
Questionnaire for Children (SEQ-C),

8 Survey Time management scale of 5 items

18 items Time management


9 Sampling
questionnaire (TMQ).

Interview, Qualitative research


10 Interview protocol
Design
Study Limitations

Limited to disable students,


1

TMS and WFC dependent on type of WFC


2

Self Reported measure


4

Limited to disable students


7

Self Reported measure


8

10
DISCUSSION

BY

MISSAL
 Table1 Describe that variables with
time management skills relates and
strongly predictive. And Table 2
describes what methods were used in
researches and scales? And Table 3
describes the limitations of studies.
CONCLUSION
BY

MISSAL
IDENTIFIED WITH LD
PARTICIPATED. THE SAMPLE
WAS DIVIDED INTO TWO
GROUPS; EXPERIMENTAL
( N= 30 BOYS )AND
CONTROL ( N= 30 BOYS).
ANCOVA AND T .TEST WERE
EMPLOYED FOR DATA
ANALYSIS
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN
TIME MANAGEMENT,
CONTROL, WORK-FAMILY
CONFLICT, AND STRAIN

THE PARTICIPANTS IN THIS


STUDY CONSISTED OF 522
WORKING ADULTS RANGING
IN AGE FROM 19 TO 74
YEARS. OF THESE, 64% WERE
WOMEN AND 36% WERE MEN.
IN ADDITION, 63% REPORTED
BEING MARRIED AND 37%
REPORTED BEING NOT
MARRIED.
TEACHERS’ TIME MANAGEMENT
AND THE PERFORMANCE OF
STUDENTS:

A COMPARISON OF GOVERNMENT
AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF
HYDERABAD, SINDH, PAKISTAN
IN THESE CONNECTIONS 30
PRIMARY TEACHERS WERE
CONSTITUTED AS THE SAMPLE OF
THE STUDY. INTERVIEWS WERE
CONDUCTED ON THE PRIMARY
SCHOOL TEACHER AND
TEACHERS OF GOVERNMENT /
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL
TEACHERS