Using the Pomodoro Technique to Change how you Approach Multi-Tasking!

Kevin Jonguitud, Smart Weirdo

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5 Videos (15m)
    • Introduction and Outline

      2:22
    • Pomodoro Technique and Multitasking

      3:54
    • Focused v.s. Diffuse Thinking

      3:23
    • Project and Last Foundations

      4:36
    • Recapitulation

      1:13

About This Class

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In this class, the students will learn about three main things: 

1. What is the Pomodoro Technique and how it changes the approach to Multitasking

2. Application after understanding the Focused v.s. Diffuse Modes of Thinking.

3. How to Change the Technique to include the Hard Start Jump to Easy Technique.

The main skill learned from this class is the ability to engage in a new variant of the Pomodoro Technique in its process.

Secondary/Implicit skills obtained are the ability to critically think about the difficulty and time consumption of activities, as well as to break down bigger goals/projects into attainable steps. Finally, the skill to self-discipline in order to follow a strict path with rewards and setbacks.

**Credits**
All music was retrieved from http://www.hooksounds.com

  • Introduction and Outline:
    Artist: Nicolai Heidlas
    Song: The Best of Us
  • Pomodoro and Multitasking:
    Artist: Nameless Queen
    Song: Waveland
  • Focused v.s. Diffuse Thinking or How and Why to Pomodoro:
    Artist: Alvaro Angeloro
    Song: Clouds in Space
  • Project and Last Foundations
    Artist: Nicolai Heidlas
    Song: Easy
  • Recapitulation
    Artist: Nazar Rybak
    Song: Inspiring Business

5 of 5 students recommendSee All

Great teaching of how our brains work and how to use whole capacity of learning by using right kind of techinique.
Jarmo Tikka

Teacher, Designer, Carpenter, Artist

Useful tips and well communicated!
Chris V

Artist, Designer, Maker

It was great to see the pomodoro sheet set up and the diffused thinking vs focused thinking really hit home for me - thanks!
April Merl

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