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Nature Deficit Disorder Prezi 2.0
Transcript of Nature Deficit Disorder Prezi 2.0
Indoors Loss of Natural Surroundings Sensationalized
Media Limited Respect for Nature Depression Childhood
Obesity Attention Problems Pollution Limited respect
for Nature Loss of
Surroundings NDD Lack of Self-Confidence Unhappiness National Obesity chart by % Causes of NDD Effects of NDD Solutions for NDD Ideal Systemic Goals Group Member Solutions Step-Toward-A-Solution Restoration of children's interest and connection to Nature Barlow, Jim. (2004, 21 August). “Children with ADHD Benefit from Time Outdoors EnjoyingNature.” Retrieved from http://news.illinois.edu/news/04/0827adhd.html Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD).[FastStats]. Retrieved form http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/adhd.htm. Charles, Cheryl. (2009). “The Ecology of Hope: Natural Guides to Building a Children andNature Movement.” Journal of Science and Education Technology. EBSCOhost. 18April, 2013. Florida Wild Kids.org. (2012). “What is Nature Deficit Disorder?” Retrieved fromhttp://www.floridawildlifekids.org/whatis-nature-deficit-disorder.phpHansen-Ketchum, P., P. Marck, L. Reutter. (2009). “Engaging with nature promotes health: newdirection for nursing research.” Journal of Advanced Nursing. EBSCOhost. 11 April,2013.Kato, Joel & Louv, Richard. (2012). How ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ is Making Us Fat, Sick andDepressed. Retrieved from Good. Website: http://www.good. is/how-nature-deficit disorder-is-making-us-fat-sick-depressed.htm.Louv, Richard. (2005). Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature DeficitDisorder. Retrived from Google Scholar. Louv, Richard. (2009, 28 January). “No More ‘Nature Deficit’: The ‘No Child Left Inside’ Movement. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/people-in-nature/200901/no-morenature-deficit-disorder. Paker-Pope, Tara. (2008, 17 October). “A ‘Dose of Nature’ for Attention Problems” New YorkTimes. Retrieved from: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/17/a-dose-of-nature-forattention-problems/?pagewanted=printRockwell, Camilla. (2012). “Richard Louv on Nature Deficit” Retrieved fromhttp://vimeo.com/39108753Sherman, Carl. (2006 May). “Natural Remedies as Alternative ADHD Treatments”. Retrievedfrom http://www.additudemag.com/adhd/article/1537.html. Work Cited