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Post by Evie on Mon Jul 18, 2016 1:41 pm


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Re: Doodling makes learning stick

Post by Night Eyes on Mon Jul 18, 2016 4:48 pm

hmmm well their version of doodling is different to mine

all my doodles were never relevant to my lesson, it sounds like in that article this helps if they're doodling what they're learning? i drew flowers and hearts and my crushes name laugh
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Post by Luney on Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:18 pm

Yeah I only doodled random patterns usually during lectures and my mind was always somewhere else, so no- nothing stuck for me Shruggy smiley
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Post by President Roosevelt on Mon Jul 18, 2016 11:19 pm

In high school I doodled lots of suns, stars, planets, supernovas, car crashes, explosions, trains, the Chicago skyline, rollercoasters, zombies, volcanos and mountains with dragons, and tanks and fighter jets shooting down other tanks and fighter jets. I think I doodled most in classes where I felt the most comfortable with my teachers. I mostly did well in these classes and doodled because the lectures were boring me or were already easy for me so I could afford to lose focus for a bit. My doodles did make studying over my notes more interesting so that helped and my teacher liked looking over my notes just to see my doodles and she even doodled over my doodles herself. I had to lay off the doodles in senior year literature though when my teacher peeked at a zombie doodle of mine with the accompanying text balloon: "This class is f###ing boring!!!" laugh
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Re: Doodling makes learning stick

Post by Luney on Tue Jul 19, 2016 12:40 am

You know the more I think about it the more I realize that at least in high school I NEVER listened or learned anything what was being told. My mind was just programmed to automatically switch off listening when they started the lesson. I was writing my own books so I was busy planning the plot, daydreaming about my crushes or writing letters back and forth with my deskmate. I just always somehow managed to study for the tests off the books later and pass somehow lol.
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