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WEEK 1 Time Management Plan Guidelines PURPOSE The purpose of this assignment is to allow the learner to use effective strategies to manage time as a professional nurse and online student. COURSE OUTCOMES This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes. CO #3. Demonstrate effective verbal, written, and technological communication using legal and ethical standards for transferring knowledge. (PO #3) CO #4. Integrate critical thinking and judgment in professional decision-making in collaboration with faculty and peers. (PO #4) CO #5. Integrate application of professional values, service, and accountability when planning for personal, intellectual, and professional development. (PO #5) CO #9. Demonstrates responsibility for personal and professional development by assessing computer competence, implementing plans for upgrading computer skills, and using effective strategies for online student success. (PO #5) DUE DATE Submit the assignment to the Week 1 Dropbox by TT. POINTS This assignment is worth a total of 100 points. PREPARING THE TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN 1. Read this document (Time Management Plan Guidelines), including the Rubric. 2. From Doc Sharing, download the Time Management Plan Template. Rename that document as Your Last Name Time Management Plan.docx. Save it to your own computer or flash drive in a location where you will be able to retrieve it later. Type your assignment directly on the saved document. Remember that only Microsoft Word 2010 or a later version is acceptable. The document must be saved as a .docx. Save your work frequently as you type to prevent loss of your work. 3. As you prepare your Time Management Plan, consider your own life. When do you work, sleep, and spend time with family and friends? How will the addition of online coursework impact your time management? 4. Complete the Time Management Plan with your schedule for an upcoming course week. Be sure to consider all the activities you will do during that week. Work on this assignment during Week 1. Don’t wait until the due date to begin your work! 5. An example of a plan may be found at the end of this document. 6. When your assignment is complete, save and close the document. Enter the course and submit the document as an attachment to the Week 1 Dropbox. See the Week 1 Assignments page for step-by-step instructions on how to use the Dropbox. ? DIRECTIONS AND GRADING CRITERIA Category Points % Description: See Rubric for details. Categories Used 20 points 20% Use at least five categories for the week that clearly describe the activities in which you participate. You may add additional categories and labels. Logical Sequence 20 points 20% Plan for each day of the week follows a very logical sequence. Schedule 20 points 20% Schedule completed for 24 hours each day during 7 days of the week. New Student Orientation 10 points 10% Statement shows insight into how New Student Orientation will enhance your success at Chamberlain. Self-Evaluation: Challenges 10 points 10% Statements show insight into your own time management challenges. Depth and detail are used. Brief or vague statements are not acceptable. Self-Evaluation: Strategies 10 points 10% Statements show insight into your own strategies to overcome your time management challenges. Depth and detail are used. Brief or vague statements are not acceptable. Professionalism 10 points 10% Used Template provided. Neat and professional appearance without errors. Total 100 points 100% A quality assignment will meet or exceed all of the above requirements. ? GRADING RUBRIC Assignment Criteria A: (92–100%) Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance B: (84–91%) Very Good or High Level of Performance C: (76–83%) Competent or Satisfactory Level of Performance F: (0–75%) Poor or Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance Categories Used 20 points Uses 5 or more categories for the week that clearly describe your activities. (18-20 points) Uses 5 or more categories for the week that may not all clearly describe your activities. (17 points) Uses 4 categories for the week that clearly or unclearly describe your activities. (15-16 points) Uses fewer than 4 categories for the week that do not all clearly describe your activities. (0–14 points) Logical Sequence 20 points Plan for each day follows a very logical sequence with blocks of time devoted to activities. (18-20 points)) Plan for each day follows a somewhat logical sequence with blocks of time devoted to activities. (17 points) Plan for each day follows a somewhat logical sequence without blocks of time devoted to activities. (15-16 points) Plan for each day does not follow a logical sequence. (0–14 points) Schedule 20 points Schedule completed for 24 hours each day during 7 days of the week. (18-20 points) Schedule includes a few gaps in plans for 7 days of the week. (17 points) Schedule includes several gaps in plans for 7 days of the week. (15-16 points) Schedule includes many gaps in plans for 7 days of the week, or several hours or days are completely missing. (0–14 points) New Student Orientation 10 points Statement shows deep insight into how New Student Orientation will enhance your success at Chamberlain. (9-10 points) Statement shows some insight into how New Student Orientation will enhance your success at Chamberlain. (8 points) Statement does not consistently show insight into how New Student Orientation will enhance your success at Chamberlain. (7 points) Statements show limited or no insight into how New Student Orientation will enhance your success at Chamberlain. (0–6 points) Self-Evaluation: Challenges 10 points Self-evaluation statements show good insight into own time management challenges. Details and depth are excellent. (9-10 points) Self-evaluation statements show some insight into own time management challenges. Depth and details are good. (8 points) Self-evaluation statements do not consistently show insight into own time management challenges. Depth and details need to be enhanced. (7 points) Self-evaluation statements show limited or no insight into own time management challenges. Depth and details are minimal or absent. (0–6 points) Self-Evaluation: Strategies 10 points Statements regarding strategies for overcoming challenges consistently use effective strategies. Details and depth are excellent. (9-10 points) Statements regarding strategies for overcoming challenges mostly use effective strategies. Details and depth are good. (8 points) Statements regarding strategies for overcoming challenges use some effective strategies. Details and depth are fair. (7 points) Statements regarding strategies for overcoming challenges use limited or no effective strategies and need much further depth and details. (0–6 points) Professionalism 10 points Template used. Work is neat and without typographical or spelling errors. (9-10 points) Template used. Work has 2–3 typographical or spelling errors. (8 points) Template used. Work has 4 typographical or spelling errors. 7 points) Template not used OR work is not neat or has 5 or more typographical or spelling errors. (0–6 points) TOTAL: 100 points possible ? EXAMPLE: Times Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 12 a.m.– 1 a.m. Sleep Sleep Assignment Work Sleep Work Sleep Sleep 1 a.m.– 2 a.m. 2 a.m.– 3 a.m. Sleep 3 a.m.– 4 a.m. 4 a.m.– 5 a.m. 5 a.m.– 6 a.m. Prepare for work and drive to workPrepare for work and drive to work 6 a.m.– 7 a.m. Family Time Family Time 7 a.m.– 8 a.m. Work Work Family Time 8 a.m.– 9 a.m. Self-Care: Exercise Self-Care: Exercise Self-Care: Exercise Family & Friends Time 9 a.m.– 10 a.m. Drive home Church 10 a.m.– 11 a.m. Housework Housework Course Work 11 a.m.– 12 p.m. Sleep Sleep 12 p.m.– 1 p.m. Sleep Family Time 1 p.m.– 2 p.m. 2 p.m.– 3 p.m. 3 p.m.– 4 p.m. Family Time: Play and Homework Family Time Family Time Course Study: post in TDs Self- Care: Exercise 4 p.m.– 5 p.m. 5 p.m.– 6 p.m. Assignment Work Family Time 6 p.m.– 7 p.m. Family Time: Supper Prepare for work & drive 7 p.m.– 8 p.m. Work Course Study 8 p.m.– 9 p.m

 
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