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Music and fidgeting is helpful

Andrew Janeczek

Andrew Janeczek

Andrew Janeczek, Staff

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Students do all they can to get there work done. Some things can help them like fidgeting. Is working and listening to music more or less efficient? Some classes let you but is it helpful?

 

“People’s minds tend to wander, and we know that a wandering mind is unhappy,” Dr. Sood said. “Most of that time, we are focusing on the imperfections of life.”  Like he said minds tend to wander so if you’re multi tasking your brain has no time.

 

There’s another thing that can help students focus and that is fidgeting. Fidgeting is helpful because it is a break while getting work done. There are many types of fidgeting gadgets such as spinners, fidget cubes and slime.

 

Most students do it and some teachers let them. Should teachers allow it, it just depends on how the students progressively work with it. It either helps you or not.

 

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