Many individuals have set out to define the term “time management skills.” Time management is a skill necessary for any individual, but especially working individuals. As a program that offers an internship (Practicum) course, these skills are imperative for students to possess. Academic procrastination and lack of time management skills are becoming a norm. It is important to find out why student punctuality and timely submissions are going by the wayside. The project is designed to introduce three intervention activities throughout the Practicum course. Students were given pre- and post- assessments based on two different scales: Bandura’s Self-Efficacy for Self-Regulated Learning and Assessment of Time Management Skills (Swedish version). The overarching goal of the project is to help students improve time management skills and help decrease academic procrastination.
Starks, S., & Bower, J. (2021). Time Management Skills as a Tool for Reducing Academic Procrastination both in the Classroom and During Academic Internships. Journal of Interprofessional Practice and Collaboration, 3(2). Retrieved from https://repository.ulm.edu/ojihp/vol3/iss2/5