Student time management is one of the most important skills for students to manage their study and get good grades.

Any of these sound familiar?

- feel stressed and overwhelmed by a lack of time

- are studying at hours when you are not fresh and productive

- procrastinating on that must-do homework

- cramming the night before

- not getting assignments in on time.

Today’s student often has to juggle work, family, and a social life. They often have to "do more with less".

Effective student time management can become the Holy Grail leading to increased grades, reduced stress, and greater control.

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About the instructor


Kell Tremayne

I am passionate about all things time management and am also a unit coordinator at university to over 2000 students each year. As a student and as a teacher I notice that one of the big things that students can do to reduce their stress and improve their grades is to get on top of their time management. I have also noticed working in many organisations as a time management consultant that time management skills are a highly transferrable and valuable. My goal in bringing this course to you is to give you the start-up tools to take control of your time and your day.

Course Curriculum

  • 1


    • Part 1 - Introduction

  • 2

    Time Management

    • Get A Helicopter View

    • Academic Planner

    • Download of Academic Wall Planner

    • The Weekly Plan

    • Download the weekly plan template

    • The Daily Adjust

    • Discussion

  • 3

    Self Management - Overcoming Procrastination

    • Don’t Fall For Your Own Procrastination Pick-up Lines

    • Get Started With One Simple Question

    • How Do You Eat an bite at a time

    • Discussion

  • 4

    Studying Smarter

    • Introduction

    • Tip #1- Use Spacing To Increase Long Term Retention

    • Tip #2- Interweave Your Subjects

    • Tip #3- Prime Your Brain To Study

    • Tip #4- Use The Sq3r Method To Actively Read Your Notes

    • Tip #5- Turn Off Music And Other Devices To Improve Focus

    • Tip #6- Study When You Are Most Alert

    • Discussion

  • 5


    • Thank you