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Course syllabus BMMD30310 - Time Management (FM - WS 2019/2020)


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University: Pan-european University
Faculty: Faculty of Massmedia
Course unit code: BMMD30310
Course unit title: Time Management
Planned learning activities and teaching methods:
lecture2 hours weekly / 24 hours per semester of study (on-site method)

Credits allocated: 2
Recommended semester/trimester: Media communication, 3rd semester
 
Level of study: 1.
Prerequisites for registration: none
 
Assessment methods:
Conditions for completing the course:
1. Continuous study of texts;
2. Final written exam.

Rating System:
Each student can receive a maximum of 100 points, with a less than 59 points earned if the student fails and the exam is not enrolled. The essay is a condition for obtaining the credit. The individual steps to get the test will be evaluated as follows:
25% - attendance and activity / max. 25 points /
75% - final exam / max. 75 points /

Assessment of students with an individual study plan:
Students with IŠP have the possibility to omit a total of up to 75% of the lectures, so they have to be present on at least 3 lectures out of a total of 12. Students with IŠP can use the tutorials to be consulted beforehand in electronic form. The final exam must be passed by students with IŠP similarly to others.

Students will be evaluated as follows:
100 - 91 points A
 90 - 81 points B
 80 to 73 points C
 72 - 66 points D
 65 - 60 points E
 59 - 0 points FX
 
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
The aim of the course is to improve the students' ability to plan their time and increase work efficiency. The course should help students change their behavior, avoid procrastination and be successful in professional life. The course should be the initiator of the inner transformation that will bring the students' superficiality, efficiency and satisfaction.
 
Course contents:
1. Seminar:
Origin and evolution of the universe: cyclic versus linear time concepts
Initial Concepts of Cosmogony, Pre-Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, Stoic, Middle Ages, Nietzsche


2. Seminar:
From the cyclical time to the concept of history
Scientific Theories of the 20th Century


3. Seminar:
Cyclic time as a framework for human survival
Time measurement


4. Seminar:
Time management
4 generations of planning


5. Seminar:
Organize a task list
Allocating importance


6. Seminar:
Time management software applications
Project management software


7. Seminar:
Techniques for setting priorities
Paret's analysis


8. Seminar:
Self-management
Self-learning


9. Seminar:
Self-Management
Self-scheduling


10. Seminar:
Time frame of day
Short, medium and long term planning


11. Seminar:
Testing students


12. Seminar:
Evaluation of student testing


Basic literature:
PACOVSKÝ, P. 2006. Člověk a čas. Time management IV. generace. 2. vyd. Praha : Grada Publishing, 2006. 260 s. ISBN 80-2471-701-8.
ASSLÄNDER, F., GRÜN, A. 2017. Time management jako duchovní úkol. Praha : Karmelitánské nakladatelství. 2017. 223 s. E-Kniha.
DAVIDSON, J. 1999. Jak hospodařit se svým časem. Praha : Pragma, 1999. 244 s. ISBN 978-80-7205-498-8.
GOLEMAN, D. 1997. Emoční inteligence. Praha : Columbus, 1997. 348 s. ISBN 80-8592-848-5.
GRUBER, D. 2017. Time management. Prokrastinace. konflikty, porady, vyjednávání, emaily, mobily, angličtina. Praha : Management Press, 2017. 264 s. ISBN 978-80-7261-480-6.
GRUBER, D. 2009. Time management. 3. vyd. Praha : Management Press, 2009. 232 s. ISBN 978-80-7261-211-6.
Kolektív autorov. 2012. Time management. Praha : Grada, 2012. 208 s. ISBN 978-80-2474-431-5.
 
Recommended or required reading:
Recommended:
PACOVSKÝ, P. Člověk a čas. Time management IV. generace. 2. vydanie. Praha: GradaPublishing, 2006. 260 p. ISBN 80-2471-701-8.
GRUBER, D. Time management. 3rd ed. Praha: Management Press, 2009. 231 p. ISBN 9788072612116.

 
Language of instruction: Slovak
 
Notes:
 
Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 142

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63,4 %18,3 %10,6 %1,4 %0,7 %5,6 %
 
Name of lecturer(s): doc. PhDr. Michal Vašečka, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, person responsible for course)
Last modification: 25. 11. 2019
Supervisor: doc. PhDr. Michal Vašečka, Ph.D.


Last modification made by Ján Lukáš on 11/25/2019.

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