Children should use the technology for studies in school time only. They should be given the amount of time by their parent of using their technology in a way that they can get profit from it. I believe that parents can forbid and advice their children to reduce the amount of time they use their technologies and the way of using them. The problem of students using technology in an effective way should be solved, in order to make them concentrate in class and on their studies effectively. Students should be given a limit time of using their technology so that they don’t waste their precious time on doing things that are worth in their
To begin with, students should pursue a brick and mortar education, because of the bonding experience with students and teachers. Ever wondered why long distance relationships don’t always work out? The same reasons for online education. They are far, hard to reach, and harder to know the person. That’s why couples meet each other in person, to know the person better.
If students were able to enjoy school rather than dread it, more of them would want to participate in learning and attending school. “One could say that having a cellphone in school could cause students to cheat, but even as teens advance their electronic cheating strategies, educators are beginning to fight back with their own anti-cheating technologies, such as text-matching software, biometric equipment, virtual students, and cheat-proof tests, experts say”(Miners). A lot of students do cheat, which is a valid statement, but educators are creating software’s (should be software, not software’s. Software can be both singular and plural) to prevent this from happening. “1 in 3 children use their devices to complete homework and to learn better” (Nielsen).
Cellphones in Classrooms Debate Cellphones in the classroom? Why debate over that? Couldn’t we keep the same method we have used for many years? Well, you’ll find out why soon enough. People are starting to suggest that using cell phones as a tool in classrooms will lower the amount of money spent on school supplies.
If you 're a student and you need to quickly research something for a project, you have your smartphone on you so go ahead, but you’d probably need to get permission from a teacher before you do that otherwise, they’d think you 're off task. Also, you
As I begin to look back over these past few weeks at Bethel University, I have learned a few things. A few of the things I’ve learned was this APA style of writing, which was something very new to me. I’ve learned how to do a correct in-text citation, proper grammar, proper comma placement, and also that this is not something I can procrastinate on and wait until the last minute to try and do. Next, as I review Unit One, the very first post for this class I had a few errors that Mrs. Cindy pointed out to me.
Connolly and Martinez-Alemán do a fantastic job at discussing reasons why social networking impacts student negatively and positively. However, I feel that they gloss over how social networking can help students form their identities in new and exciting ways. The ability to use and collaborate via social media and other digital communication tools is a competency laid down by ACPA and NASPA, making it part of our jobs as student affairs professionals to not only be able to use social media but how it impacts our students. Only time will tell if social media will have positive or negative effects long-term effects on learning and development. The technology is only getting more advanced and social media does not seem to be going
For example, the JWRC educates students (children), parents, and teachers on the following: internet and cell safety, cyber bullying, how to talk to your kids safely, recognizing risky behaviors and common lures (Prevention Education). This proves that the JWRC is trying to help solve the problem of child abductions because they are teaching people how to prevent child abductions. They have information online and on paper (phablet). The JWRC is truly trying to terminate this misfortune. Another example that shows the JWRC is working to stop child abductions is that they present on topics like about Jacob Wetterling, a boy who was abducted in 1989 which is also what this organization originated from.
Peter Kilpatrick explains this through an example in his speech, “The Relationship Between Technology And Ethics”, by proclaiming “the human history has led to a wave of of innovations and technology that is power, but can we create lesson plans in order to teach children to use this power properly?”(Kilpatrick). This speech demonstrates that although we may have an incredible ability to find astounding amounts of information in mere seconds, doesn’t mean we can just copy it onto a page. Students unfortunately don’t always agree and feel that just because they can hit a copy and paste button, they will. Students that follow the copy and paste example know entirely well what they are doing, but often times there are actually students that don’t understand that just copying down part of what some famous guy said from a history book is actually
That was the reason I gave up on it 3 weeks into the course when things started getting more complex. I grew this fear of programming that it was not for me. 2 years later I had a spark that interested me to make an iOS application and I gave programming another shot. I looked into
your reactions to what you did I installed the NetBeans and Java, it failed, thus I decide to ask my colleagues and instructor, additionally, I know the new website called Programr, I use it to handle the program via my smartphone, thus I open this page in the train. ・Describe any feedback you received or any specific interactions you had. Discuss how they were helpful In the last programming
Many Americans assume that technology in the classroom is purely a distracting device that can possibly socially disconnect students or encourage academic fraudulence on tests or assignments. While many others see it as a way to enhance education and make learning more fun and effective. We live in a digital world, technology surrounds us in every aspect of our lives. No matter how strongly some people may dislike the premise of the internet and texting in schools, these services are here to stay. Using these technologies in the classroom can prepare students for a future deeply rooted in technology.
In the article "The secret to Raising Smart Kids" I unaware of the complexities that came along with how to raise a child to have a passion for learning. Carol Dweck offers reasoning why students should be taught that success comes from effort, rather than how naturally brilliant or talented they are. Teaching professionals, and also parents should all become aware of the different types of praise can vastly effect a child 's mind set. Student should be welcoming towards a challenge rather than call it quits. This process of teaching students to rely more effort, and have more of a growth mind-set should become part of the teaching program, this could dramatically create a difference in the behavior of students struggle in school.
Being taught the proper way to speak about disabilities really helps, I am now trying to speak in “ Person first” so as not to discriminate or place a stigma upon a person’s shoulders. When I eventually become a teacher all the new information I learned about diversity and disabilities in SED 125 such as knowing that not all children learn the same way or that some children may have a bigger struggle than others, and how to build healthy positive relationships with my future student. I will try to apply all the new information to my classroom