There are lots of negative things to say regarding the effect of social media in learning. One basic example is that social media according to is taking over the time of students in their studies. Seomworld had in fact stated that social media had become a major destruction to students, causing the overall performance of the students to decline; especially the ones who tend to check their Facebook and Twitter while studying. Jeff Dunn supported the idea and he had something to say about this matter. He reported that students who attempt to multi-task, checking social media sites while studying, show reduced academic performance.
Teens are most likely wasting time on social media instead of using that time wisely on school work, or things that need to be done. For example, according to an article titled " Social Media Can Be Both Bummer And Boon For The Brain." The University of California, Berkeley 's Greater Good Science Center published a column but within a sort text it said, "Social media platforms have become a huge part of the lives of young adults and teens: 45 percent of teenagers report they use apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram every day." Also this article states, "When we accept that it is here to stay, we can also see it as a new opportunity for connection and mindfulness." Social media is harmful to out society.
Multitasking is one of the key advantages of them, they can be used to communicate across the world, entertain you, or even with your schoolwork and help you achieve good grades. However, theoretically these devices are the fundamental cause of grades dropping from A’s to F’s. The research show that 44% of all teens who take their smartphones to school have texted at least once a day or more while studying in the class. Furthermore, this tells us that students aren 't paying attention to their studies, despite their grades falling, reducing their chances to get into good universities. Given various disadvantages of smartphone use among students, there are some important benefits that have changed the way students learn in a relatively positive manner as well.
Despite the fact that most of the schools and universities use technology in almost every aspect, there are some students who dislike technology as they consider themselves computer illiterates (p. 362). Therefore, this proves that studying with the use of a laptop is useful. But, not for those who are against technology. Technophobia is not something new that has been introduced out of nowhere. If you go back to the early centuries when technology was first introduced, you can see that technophobia followed it directly.
“Studies showed a relationship between excessive internet use and loneliness antisocial values and lower emotional intelligence and depression and also the persons’ relationship especially with their mothers and peers deteriorates as a result of internet addiction.” (Binnaz Kıran Esen 2010) People who have social barriers are easily to get Internet addiction. They think the virtual world is more comfortable, in this world they can escape from the pressure of real world. For example, in China teenagers more like to play computer games to escape from the study pressure. Some even chose to live in cybercafé for a few days. There is a case.
Greater use is compeer with less self-control in a figure of important areas. According to Halis (2012) the most important argument of that problem is regarding on how to assimilate technology in the environment of the classroom that they do not usually do in their diurnal lives. However, social networking sites may alter this. One of the teachers and incoming teachers especially from the millennial age usually use the social media in their day-to-day
On the other hand, Acheaw and Larson(2015) proposed that Facebook has the highest percentage when it comes to social media usage with an average of 66.4%. Moreover, about 80.1% of their respondents answered that the usage of social media affects their academic work negatively. This study of Achaew and Larson(2015) confirm Choney's(2010) and Enriquez's(2010) who believed that social media really had a negative effect to the academic performance of students. Choney(2010) says that a Facebook user has an average "GPA of 3.06,while the non users have an average GPA of 3.82". The said studies strongly proposed the different effects of the time spent on Facebook to the academic performance of
Communication has grown extremely by using social networks as facebook,twitter and blogs and survey new cultures . It 's provide the education and the industry ...etc. Some sais argue that Social networks is an addict and could harm and causes varies problems to the youth and the teens without awareness and bad using .Social media and networks provide the quality of education by using it in schools and universities it helps the students in researches, study and saving the time and effort by doing the homeworks and assignments online as turnitin can be uploded on it . Social networks improve the mental process by watching videos and learning new skills help students in their own future life. Students could make communication groups for sharing information and recent news and the summaries of the topics and lessons so it helping in studying and there is sites that can the teacher and the students can communicates for helping and its facilitate the study for the students and widing the students knowledge .
On the other hand, the limitation of ICT use in education is related to student behaviour. Appropriate use of computer and the internet by students have significant positive effects on students’ attitude and their achievement. Unfortunately, it is very common nowadays to see that the students misuse the teachnology for leisure time activities and have less time to learn and study. Instead of using the computer provided for their studies and online tests, they get distracted to visit social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, Youtube or Twitter. Yousef and Dahmani (2008) described online gaming, use of face book, chat rooms, and other communication channels as perceived drawbacks of ICT use in education, because, students easily switch to these sites at the expense of their study.