Time Management: Doing More in Less Time


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Select one thing you can do to effectively make a plan.

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1. When it comes to time management, why is it important to set boundaries for others?

2. How may a person hold himself/herself accountable?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are tips you can use to help you with time management, and this quiz/worksheet will assess your comprehension of them. You will also see questions about time wasters.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The questions on the quiz/worksheet are about the following:

  • Meaning of holding yourself accountable
  • Benefit of organizing your space
  • Action to take to effectively create a plan
  • Reason why you have to set boundaries for others for time management
  • Example of a time waster

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - be sure that you can correctly define main phrases, such as holding yourself accountable
  • Information recall - use the knowledge you've received regarding examples of a time waster
  • Knowledge application - utilize your understanding to answer questions about how to effectively make a plan

Additional Learning

To find out more information about effective time management, check out the accompanying lesson titled Time Management: Doing More in Less Time. The lesson includes the following objectives:

  • Define time management
  • Explain why time management is beneficial to us
  • Describe the importance of setting rules for yourself