This study identified the time management practices (time management behaviours and time management skills) and time management challenges of Social Studies educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study was conducted at High Schools in Zone 2, DepEd Division of Zambales, Philippines during the 4th Quarter of the academic year 2020-2021. This study utilized a survey questionnaire as the main data collection/gathering technique. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used for data analysis and statistical treatment of data. The findings of the study revealed that the Social Studies teacher respondents strongly agreed on the appropriate time management behaviour at work during the pandemic. They also strongly agreed on the appropriate time management skills at work during the pandemic. They perceived that challenges sometimes occurred in time management at work during the COVID19 pandemic. Moreover, a significant difference in the perceived time management practices at work during the pandemic and a significant difference in the perceived occurrence of challenges in time management at work during the pandemic were established. A. proposed framework for an enhance time management practices of Social Studies teachers during the pandemic was developed. The present study presented a model/framework for an enhance time management practices during the pandemic to the Department and School Heads, Supervisors, and Education Specialist/Curriculum Planners of the Division of Zambales for further review, critiquing funding, and future implementation.