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Time Management: A Class for Teens

A parent from our New York Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook group shared with me about a wonderful time management course her teen took via Zoom. I’m passing along the info and her comments for those who may be interested.

Note: This is not a Homeschooling for College Credit sponsored event and we have NO financial relationship with this product.


Class: Time Management / Organizational Skill Training

The process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities / the ability to stay focused on different tasks and to effectively and efficiently achieve your desired outcome.

Michael uses excellent techniques in teaching time management skills, and he is thoughtful, experienced and patient teacher. These are skills we still use today in handling our responsibilities. I would recommend, however, that parents join and/or follow the class with their student, since it can be very challenging… My son benefitted from a lot from my help and partnering with me in the assignments, and I gained a lot from the experience.

Betsy J. HS4CC Parent from New York

Class: Time Management / Organizational Skill Training

The process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities / the ability to stay focused on different tasks and to effectively and efficiently achieve your desired outcome.

Day: Mondays (10 weeks)
Time: 10:30 AM (EST)
Class Fee: $275
Location: Zoom
Class Dates: Sept 13,20,27 – Oct 4,11,18,25 – Nov 1,8,15

Course Description:
Two essential base tools for students, in their educational pursuits and their day-to-day life, are organizational skills and the ability to manage their time. This ten (10) week course is designed to improve and equip students with the basic skill sets for prioritizing, goal setting, planning, stress management, task scheduling, overcoming procrastination, and maintaining focus. Students will be assigned tasks related to all of the above. Each week they will share and discuss their successes and their difficulties. 
By the end of this course, students will be more efficient in every aspect of their day-to-day life. 


For Registration  – Please contact Michael Q.. Rhea at mq.rhea@earthlink.net. This class is taught by Michael Q. Rhea, PhD, MBA and JD. Michael is a practicing Psychotherapist who has been teaching in our community for over twelve years. Michael is also the coach of the Word Warriors Debate Team and has taught the humanities at both the high school and college level.

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