Author: Genesis B. Naparan
Institution: Saint Columban College – Pagadian City
Author: Ryan G. Tulod
Institution: Tabina, Zamboanga Del Sur
Year of publication: 2021
Source: Show
Pages: 59-68
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.21.63.1.05
PDF: tner/202101/tner6305.pdf

This qualitative phenomenological study was conducted to determine the school administrators’ time management strategies and how they helped them have effective school administration. The researchers interviewed school administrators of selected elementary schools in the Western Philippines. The study results disclosed that school administrators developed time management strategies such as delegation of authorities, setting clear priorities, managing distraction, making written plans, and setting time tables. These time management strategies were focused on the administrative supervision of the school administrators. These time management strategies could make the school operation smooth and easy and help them accomplish the administrators’ tasks efficiently.

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