RESEARCH RESULTS OF TIME MANAGEMENT TEACHING METHODS AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL AT TSU
The paper describes the results of implementing methods of developing time management habits among bachelor’s degree students. The research was carried out under the auspices of the Human Potential Management Laboratory of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, within the framework of the elective course ("Leadership - The Art of Management") of the undergraduate level of the Faculty of Economics and Business of the same university. The paper presents 2 practical methods of teaching time management and its results: 1. Assessment of students' time management habits through Haddon's test and results; 2. A method of developing time budget management habits by evaluating the actual day and week and determining the desired time budget for the week. Teaching students of time management skills are important, especially in countries where the school and university infrastructure does not provide an opportunity to be aware and totally introduce a healthy lifestyle among young people. Making students aware of the importance of a variety of activities in their time and showing them opportunities in this direction will teach them the skills necessary to balance life. Teaching time management helps the student to write down/plan his goals in time and take concrete steps towards success.
Time management, Teaching, Methods, Planning the day/week.
EKATERINE GULUA (2023). Research Results of Time Management Teaching Methods at the Undergraduate Level at TSU. International Journal of Teaching and Education, Vol. XI(1), pp. 31-46. , DOI: 10.52950/TE.2023.11.1.003
Received: 8 Feb 2023
Revised: 2 Mar 2023
Accepted: 17 Apr 2023
Published: 1 May 2023
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