Time Management Strategies of the Students in the Faculty of Educational Sciences in the University of Jordan

Ahmad Ali Alsyouf

Abstract


The study aimed at investigating the time management strategies of the students on the faculty of Educational Sciences in the University of Jordan for the first semester of the academic year 2012/2013. The researcher developed a tool study which consisted of (45) items distributed within four levels, in which their validity and readability were tested. The sample of the study consisted of (237) male and female students in the bachelor and postgraduate levels. The researcher used the descriptive method, where the means and standard deviations were calculated. Moreover, the ANOVA and (SHEFFE) testes were used to calculate the post comparisons. The study concluded the following results:
1- There were no statistical significant differences in students time management strategies due to the educational level (bachelor and postgraduate levels) nor due the gender variable (male and female students).
2-There were statistical significant differences in students time management strategies due to the accumulative average and favour of (very good and excellent, thus higher the average were use of the time management strategy. Furthermore, the study concluded with some recommendations for better use of time management for the students.

Keywords


Time, Strategies, Time Management, University Students.

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