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Tag: Time management

Bullet journaling 2: Specific techniques I use

Tyll Zybura | 20 Mar 2019

Bullet journaling 1: How it works for me

Tyll Zybura | 19 Mar 2019

On ‘embracing mediocrity’

Tyll Zybura | 6 Mar 2018 | 1 comment

Students often have an unhealthy all-or-nothing attitude toward their work which increases stress levels. They relax a bit when they learn to prioritize their work and allow themselves to ‘embrace mediocrity’ on low-stakes tasks to save time and energy.

Downscaling course prep tasks

Tyll Zybura | 2 Mar 2018

When students don’t do my prep assignments, I teach them how to ‘downscale’ homework instead of not doing it at all. This leads to homework being done more consistently as it empowers students to consciously manage their resources and priorities.

5 Notes on time management

Tyll Zybura | 3 Nov 2017

Part 5 of the series on appreciate responses to student writing. Appreciative responses are not more time consuming than other forms of feedback, if the lecturer sets certain priorities.