This Guest paper was first submitted for publication in September. It is copyright to the authors © 2020.
Published here December 2020

Editor's Note | Introduction | Why Include Project Management in K12? 
Adopting a Project Management Program | Introducing the Use of Computers
Introducing Time Management | The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line

Introducing project management as a life skill into K12 education requires teachers to recognize that children can understand simple tasks if expressed in simple language. Teachers should identify the criteria for examining the success of a project. Information technology is the basis of managing all the other aspects of a project. It can enable the learners to work together as a team, manage time, communicate effectively and allocate the project's finances.

These project management skills equip learners on project-related matters such as problem-solving, critical collaboration, communication, and innovation. Assessing learning progress is needed to ensure feedback and enhance continuous improvement in the whole process.

For a more detailed graphical road map of the project management process, please refer to Project Management 101 at

Introducing Time Management  Introducing Time Management

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