Optimization of faculty time-management: Some practical ideas
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University teachers should devote time to three tasks: teaching, research and management. Some teachers do not know how to manage their time well so teaching tasks take too much time. In order to conduct research or fulfil their management responsibilities, they are obliged to work more hours than those stipulated in their contracts. Furthermore, they often have the feeling that, despite the long hours devoted to teaching, their students fail to obtain the results desired, and this feeling leads to frustration. Some ideas for helping teachers to optimize their teaching time are presented in this article, so that by improving their quality of teaching the number of hours can be reduced and, at the same time, better results can be achieved by their students.
CitationSánchez, F., Millán, E., González, J., Escribano, J., García, M. Optimization of faculty time-management: Some practical ideas. "International journal of engineering education", 2018, vol. 34, núm. 5, p. 1467-1478.
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