Guidance and Counseling

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Republic of the Philippines
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Don Claro M. Recto Campus
Marawoy, Lipa City

I. TITLE: BEATING PROCRASTNATION: A PROPOSED PROJECT DEDICATED IN ALTERINGPROCRASTINATION AMONG FRESHMEN COMPUTER-GAME-ENTHUSIAST STUDENTS

II. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:

The proposed action plan will consist of activities wherein the developers prepared a preventive approach. The first part will cover the introduction of time management and procrastination and its consequences. This is only the initiation of orienting the target subject by means of conducting a half-day seminar. Followed by uniting the students through team building and workshop, this is to understand and know their feelings and thoughts about the said program. Lastly, evaluating the students of what they have learned from the previous activities.The developers believe that the said activities are necessary and applicable to prevent as well as to help them learn how to manage time wisely and effectively.

III. OBJECTIVES:

1. Recognize self-defeating problems such as; fear and anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and poor time management. 2. To give awareness among the selected participants about the benefits that they will gain from the program. 3. Identify your own goals, strengths and weaknesses, values and priorities.

IV. RATIONALE OF THE PROJECT:

Procrastination is the avoidance of doing a task which needs to be accomplished. No matter how well-organized and committed you are, chances are that you have found yourself frittering away hours on trivial pursuits (watching TV, checking your Facebook status, shopping online) when you should have been spending that time on school-related projects. Procrastination is behavior of delaying doing a task that can be done earlier but chooses to do it last minute. This behavior problem exists in almost every aspect in our…...

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