Technology has become more and more important throughout the decades. Humans have become more and more dependent on technology in their everyday lives, primarily using technological devices, like cell phones, for communication with friends and family. Most people, especially teenagers, carry a cell phone with them for most of each day. Unfortunately, people have become so devoted to their cell phones, they would distract themselves when they are driving on the road, causing extreme damage and increasing irrelevant casualties. That is why interacting with cell phones or other communication devices while driving should be illegal.
Cell phones can be used for tests or projects, reading, and taking notes in class. Cell Phones in classrooms can be used for many different things, such as large projects and tests. They can be used as finding facts or reasons for projects. In an article posted in 2015 “Both students and teachers can now find facts within seconds. This can be very useful when explaining and debating topics”(Leyden).
Aside from the fact that prohibiting cell phones while driving, may lower distractions behind the wheel and accidents that could result in death, it could also be a dangerous call to prohibit cell phone use while driving. Not only acting as a lifesaving precaution, but with new advancements in technology, cell phones are now less of a distraction behind the
Cell phones are often used as an effective learning tool. According to Kathy Boccella, teachers have found different ways to quiz their students. For example, the app Kahoot, provides a fun way that a smartphone has allowed teachers to quiz the students in a nontraditional way (2017). In addition, according to Kelley Beaucar, teachers have found new apps for many student needs such as to work together on projects, setting up polls, or providing teacher help (2014). While phones can be used as a learning tool allowing students to use them in a school environment opens the door for students to get distracted by them, use them to cheat, or use them to
There are many interesting work in school which will attract students from playing cell phone to studying. Furthermore, with the right guide by teachers and parents, students will control when and how long they play with phones, not be controlled by phones. Finally, when emergencies happen, it is always needed to respond and take action at the first time, so bring phones with students is the better solution rather than simply rely on school staff. Hence, students should be allow to bring phones to
If students are going to use their phones in class anyway, why not just allow it so they do not feel the need to conceal the fact that they are using their phones? A student on their phone in class would be more distracted by the need to hide their phone to avoid the consequences than they would be if they just were allowed to use the phone in the first place. Additionally, if students were permitted to have the devices out in class once they complete their work it could motivate students to accomplish all their assignments and increase productivity during the time allotted in the class
This is a question that everyone asks and the answer to the question is yes because it is an important device right now because it has many characteristics such as services and applications. However, there is a segment of people who say that the mobile phone affects people in all respects and there are other categories of people who see it as a very useful device but I support those who believe that cell phones have a lot of negative effects. On one hand, social benefits make it easy for everyone to communicate with others and shorten time and cost, particularly for people living in remote areas or living in a foreign country, so that parents can easily reach them. Mobiles phone are indispensable when a person is at risk of accidents, including hospital contact, and emergency. The doctor 's presentation, and many other studies conducted by the UAE University state that about 90% of adults use the mobile phone daily and the number of smartphones has reached 2.16 billion according to the magazine Times New (2017).
Some of the reasons are practicality, GPS tracking for parents to know where their kids are, and safety. The first main advantage for parents to consider buying their kids a smartphone is the practicality of phones. For example, in today’s busy world where parents work many hours of the day and teens busy doing their homework and school activities. Most parents want to be connected with their child due to being able to call them if there being late or picking them up from school. An easy way to do that is getting your child a phone Furthermore, I have personally dealt with this issue myself back when I did not have a phone.
Communication Technology Technology has changed our lifestyle and is continuing to alter it. Every aspect of our life has been somehow touched by technology. However, technology has made a significant impact on the way we communicate and new communication technologies are continuously improving and being used in everyday life. It has become an essential part of most our lives because we, as a human species, have always had this deep desire to communicate, and to communicate over distance. The obstruction of connecting two regions has drastically decreased due to the fact that we now have mobile phones, Internet, and social media to make life easier.
Both students and teachers can now find facts within seconds. This can be very useful when explaining and debating topics.” As we all know, kids in this day in age have so much power in the palm of their hands they can get any piece of information they need in seconds and they should be able to use that power. Another reason kids should be able to use their smartphones in class is that teachers now are able to create assignments which kids can complete on their phones. Of course, this brings up a completely different argument which has some very good points too. What if a child decides not to work on the assignment and uses their phone inappropriately when they aren 't supposed to?