“Behaviors that aim at achieving an effective use of time while performing certain goal-directed activities,” (Claessens et al. 2007, p. 262). The definition of time does not focus on time itself; rather it emphasizes behaviors that are goal-directed, to be accomplished within a frame of time or through the efficient use of time.
Time management has been defined in many ways; however, in a literature review conducted by Claessens et al. (2007), these definitions have been summarized by defining time management as “behaviors that aim at achieving an effective use of time while performing certain goal-directed activities,” (p. 262). In this way, the definition of time does not focus on time itself; rather it emphasizes behaviors that are goal-directed, to be accomplished within a frame of time or through the efficient use of time.
Time assessment is an awareness of the current passage of time as well as an estimation of...
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