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Time Management During a Remote Quarter

In this workshop, we’ll help you plan for the myriad responsibilities you’re now faced with. We’ll discuss specific strategies to improve your focus and increase your accountability—and we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to practice them along the way!

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 from 5:30 - 6:30 PM PST
This workshop is open to Stanford undergraduate students.

Zoom Recording


About this Event

Are you struggling to deal with the onslaught of remote classes, extracurriculars, and various tasks that come from working at home? Do you find it difficult to focus when your phone is calling your name and your bed is begging you to take a nap? In this workshop, we’ll help you plan for the myriad responsibilities you’re now faced with. We’ll discuss specific strategies to improve your focus and increase your accountability—and we’ll give you plenty of opportunities to practice them along the way! Our time management exercise will help you address:

  • Daily needs
  • Classwork 
  • Extracurriculars
  • Random Responsibilities

Our other strategies will help to mitigate:

  • Distractions from technology
  • Feelings of isolation
  • Lack of accountability

You will also have a chance to share strategies that are working for you, and to ask questions. Our Peer Learning Consultants are happy to help!


This workshop is presented as part of the Peer Learning Consultant Program at the Center for Teaching and Learning. For more information about the program and upcoming events, visit studentlearning.stanford.edu.