To allot equal time to several different tasks, each exclusively and in sequence. The opposite of multi-tasking, it encourages equal division of remaining time into regular chunks and assignation to each chunk a single task to be focused on exclusively. This is the opposite of the multi-tasking approach that tries to balance focus on all objectives concurrently.
"The human mind is not equipped to multi-task, but it can equi-task as though the software was written for the hardware in direct machine language."
"Equi-tasking is the load-balancing of executive time management."