I used time2track, and it was worth every penny. Others will tell you to use excel. I guess it depends on the value you put on your time. Many schools use time2track to keep your DCT updated. Some schools pay for it for you.Hi all! I'm starting my first practicum in a few weeks, and I was wondering if anyone could suggest an APP to track hours? Also, does anyone have a good template for tracking hours by hand/computer? Thank you!
Time2track was worth it for me, as annoying as it was to have to pay for it. I discovered it late in my grad program and had to go back and enter in old hours (luckily there was an easy feature to just add in total hours without having to go back and account for each day you saw clients), so very worth it. Had some handy pie charts and easy breakdowns of exactly what activities all the direct/indirect hours were and made it easy to enter in hours for internship apps for appic.Hi all! I'm starting my first practicum in a few weeks, and I was wondering if anyone could suggest an APP to track hours? Also, does anyone have a good template for tracking hours by hand/computer? Thank you!
Good point. I am looking to be eligible for licensure in as many states as possible so want to be sure to accurately count my hours in an essentially fee-for-service position. But I can see that the granular tracking is not necessary for this.IME, tracking intern & post doc hours was a much less rigorous endeavor than tracking hours for intern apps. T2T was great for practicums during grad school to capture client demographics and more precisely track total hours. For intern/postdoc the site had a fancy excel spreadsheet that had been passed down and it was plenty. I think even a non-fancy spreadsheet would work fine too.