or ‘How do you evidence that you have managed to spend time paying attention in class’
If you have done extensive research, you want to show it off, right? Evidence is an important part of the research process. It helps you reach informed decisions and measure success. Evidence backs up your ‘whys’ and ‘hows’; helps you get from A to Q or S (and beyond) and shows how you got there.
Manage your time wisely and you will have plenty of evidence to show off. When you divide your timeline into segments and organise the time for each segment separately, you leave space for your evidence from the previous fragment to inform the next stage of your process.
My question is: what is the magic formula for managing time when you are dealing with uncertainty, ambiguity, and a brain as chaotic and loopy as a Heironymus Bosch painting?