Reflective Time Summary 15%
PDH 50 Section 010 Fall 2019
Assignments are to be submitted electronically. Write the name of the assignment, your name, the date of submission, course code, section number, and professor’s name on the title page.
Any papers not submitted properly electronically will NOT be marked.
Working individually, students are required to write a short personal time reflection essay based on the questions provided.
This assignment serves to assist students in recognizing how they spend their individual time, and reflect on areas that add or take away from the goals that they plan to achieve.
Compose a 2-3 page typed paper using APA format (no abstract or reference sheet required). Refer to APA folder in blackboard for resources.
Proper spelling and grammar are essential. PROOF READ AND HAVE SOMEONE ELSE PROOF READ!!
Ensure all questions are answered and expanded on. Refer to rubric for grading.
Assignment will be graded out of 100 and worth 15% of your overall mark.
Refer to attached Grading Sheet for allocation of marks. Ensure essay is written in a manner that represents the mark distribution.
This assignment is to be submitted as per requirements stated above. Late assignments will receive a
10% deduction after the due date and then 10 % per day up to 2 more days, before receiving a zero.
Feel free to use a calendar template or schedule with times such as Microsoft Outlook
Calendar if desired etc.
2. In essay form, write out the results of your time inventory. Example: “After logging the hours
that I slept for the last seven days, I found that I slept for 56 hours. However, they were not equally dispersed into 8 hours a night. I seem to catch up on sleep throughout the weekends.”
3. Identify 2 areas that you would like to improve upon, with regards to how you spend your time.
Explain why you would like to make those changes, and who will be affected by those changes
(family, peers, co-workers, etc). How will the positive changes benefit your future goals?
4. Write a SMART goal for 1 of the changes that you would like to make. Be sure that your goal is
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely (refer to class notes). Explain in detail every component.
5. Discuss how you plan to execute your SMART goal, and how your plan will help you moving