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Should Doodling Be Encouraged?
 

Should Doodling Be Encouraged?

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Doodling has been regarded as rude and distracting during class or meetings for a long time. However recent studies suggest otherwise. Learn why you should never be punished for doodling ever again.

Doodling has been regarded as rude and distracting during class or meetings for a long time. However recent studies suggest otherwise. Learn why you should never be punished for doodling ever again.

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    Should Doodling Be Encouraged? Should Doodling Be Encouraged? Presentation Transcript

    • Should Doodling Be Encouraged In Class? Ilde Gonzalez 8 th Grade Project The Walker School
    • Is Doodling Unreasonably Discouraged?
    • Types of Doodling VS Creative Mindless
    • Doodling Improves Grades?
      • Doodlers: 7.5/8
      • Non-doodlers: 5.8/8
    • Is Doodling Distractive?
    • Good or Bad? VS
    • Should be Encouraged? No Yes
    • The End
    • Sources
      • Andrade, Jackie. “What Does Doodling Do?&quot; Applied Cognitive Psychology Volume 24 Issue 1. 2009. Wiley & Sons. 2/7/10. <http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/122205124/abstract>
      • Cloud, John. “Study: Doodling Helps You Pay Attention.” 26, Feb. 2009. Time Magazine. 31, Jan. 2010. <http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1882127,00.htm>
      • Maron, Dina Fine. “Doodle Zone.” 26, Feb. 2009. Newsweek. 23, Feb. 2010. <http://www.newsweek.com/id/186738>
      • Spiegel, Alix. “Bored? Try Doodling to Keep the Brain on Task” 12, March 2009. NPR. 21, Feb. 2010. <http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=101727048 >