Professional Development

Key Concepts in Time Management ©

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for time management. Time Management for teachers is far more complicated than in other professions. This online Time Management course is designed to enable you to better manage competing demands on your time.

During this interactive one-hour course, you will be given a few pointers to “being mindful” which is a state of active, open attention to the present. You will also be provided with visual metaphors to determine what is useful and what is not useful when it comes to setting priorities for daily life.

This course aims to provide validation about the modern pressures of balancing time and will encourage you as a Teacher to take a proactive mindset towards your use of time across all life quadrants.

Suitable for Proficient Level Teachers who teach students in Early Stage 1 to Stage 6.

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  • Course Duration: 1 Hour
  • Cost: $29.95 + GST

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